Providing fascinating close encounters of the bird kind, this atmospheric park is a highly interactive tourist attraction and great day out for the family. As well as operating a conservation and breeding program, Bali Bird Park has the largest collection of Indonesian birds in the world, as well as a colourful assortment of winged creatures from Africa, Australia and South America.
Lush palm-filled gardens are home to exotic sights, including a stunning albino peacock, which struts around in a dazzling display of white feathers, and a white-crested hornbill that oddly resembles a punk rocker with a fantastic white crest and long, dark eyelashes. Cheeky macaws and black cockatiels play up for cameras, while flamingos prance along the lake edge. Wander through the cool, dense Papuan Rainforest – a giant walk-through aviary shrouded in jungle foliage. Make time, too, for the Basic Instinct Bird of Prey Show, which features majestic falcons, eagles and owls.
Batubulan is on the main road to Ubud, about a 45-minute drive from Seminyak. This traditional arts village is well known for its Barong Dance and elaborate stone sculptures.
Bali Bird Park | Jalan Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir, Singapadu, Batubulan | +62 361 299 352