Bali Bird Park
Bali Bird Park
4.5
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
About
Enjoy walking around and get along with a thousand birds and its habitat. The Park is divided into seven regions that recreate the natural habitats of our birds, complete with indigenous plant life. You can travel from the deep misty jungle of Sumatra to Far East Indonesia and Papua to discover the native birds from these remote regions. Venture to other tropical continents too. See the South American exotics such as the Golden Macaw and the Congo Grey Parrot from the African Savannah. Enter into their real living environment and see how they play with their colony, how they breed, and feel their happiness. You'll love them. Be entertained with our various bird shows and feeding activities and also many special programs made only for you. Take photos from lots of incredible scenes and taste the richness of local Balinese culinary and international cuisine from our fantastic menus in the restaurant.
Duration: More than 3 hours
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  • Olga
    Auckland, New Zealand76 contributions
    Great for all ages, worth a visit!
    Amazing place, with so many different birds to see and interact with! I went there twice, and both times it was awesome. It's truly lovely to see that the birds are very relaxed there, and a lot of them have plenty of space to move around. All the birds who are not caged, not afraid of people and happy to interact with you, if you being respectful enough of their space. The park is very well looked after and it's a pure joy to visit.
    Visited February 2023
    Written March 7, 2023
  • Rikke Rose
    Bali, Indonesia11 contributions
    Would highly recommend
    We went here without any expectations, but we were pleasantly surprised! The animals were nicely taken care of, and we enjoyed the shows so much. Really worth a visit! I don’t support places with animals normally but here they have a good life and is well cared for.
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written September 29, 2023
  • bgtoca
    Vancouver, Canada117 contributions
    Bird Lovers' heaven
    Bali Bird Park, located close to Ubud, is a place to learn about, enjoy, and appreciate gorgeous exotic birds. It's fun for people of all ages, not just kids. If you've always wanted to see the birds of paradise, this is the place for you. The admission ticket for 2 adults was around IDR 700 000, so it's pretty expensive but worth it. Please note that if you would like to visit the Reptile Park right next door, you need a separate ticket for that. The bird park has beautifully landscaped greenery with some free range birds like peacocks, swans, and others whose name I don't know. Most birds, like the endangered Bali starling are in caged enclosures. There is a large enclosed free-range area, where the birds can roam freely. In this area we saw the stunning Victorian Crowned pigeon, many small parrots, and other small birds, a white peacock etc. We got to feed the parrots with the help of the staff, which was really fun. Other cool birds that you will see here are some of Papua New Guinea's birds of paradise (Lesser bird of paradise, Red bird of paradise, Victorian crowned pigeon, and King bird of paradise are the ones I am aware of). You may not be able to spot all of these glorious birds, however, as they may be hiding in the greenery of their enclosure when its really hot out. There is a cool traditional Balinese house, which houses a few species of owls. Other birds that I saw were South American parrots, cockatoos, flamingoes, ibises, egrets, raptors, grey crowned cranes, golden pheasants, Australian pelicans, and many more. I loved the collection of hornbills. Such incredible birds. You can have professional photos taken of you with parrots with no obligation to buy. There are educational bird shows and kids' activities like egg painting. There is an on site restaurant to cool off as there is not much shade as you walk through the park. Bathrooms are clean and well maintained. There is a gift shop so you can get some nice souvenirs to remember your visit. We spent around 3.5 hrs. here, including time to have lunch. Definitely worth a visit!
    Visited October 2023
    Written October 13, 2023
  • Vlad G
    Bucharest, Romania31 contributions
    Friday at Bali Bird Park
    Our visit to Bali Bird Park was an enchanting and immersive experience. The park offers a unique opportunity to see a variety of birds, including many colorful parrots, flying freely in their natural habitat. This setting allowed us to closely observe and appreciate these beautiful creatures. It was a delightful way to spend time together, surrounded by the vibrancy and life of the bird world. The park's layout and the freedom given to the birds made our visit truly memorable. Highly recommended for anyone looking to connect with nature and enjoy a peaceful yet engaging experience.
    Visited January 2024
    Traveled with family
    Written January 11, 2024
  • harryzac
    Oldham, United Kingdom383 contributions
    Totally wonderful and worthwhile experience
    It’s definitely worth the trip. You can stay all day as there are timed and themed shows throughout the day, but realistically three hours will get you through everything. All of the shows, apart from the Komodo Dragon (obviously), are hands on. The walkways through the aviaries get you up high with the most beautiful birds. The cafes are reasonably priced and the smoothies are delicious. There are lots of discount ticket sites…most of them not viable but do persevere there is always one that works. Headout worked for me. Also, be aware there’s an Indonesian resident price and a much more expensive tourist price…however, it’s definitely worth it and helping their conservation work.
    Visited January 2024
    Traveled as a couple
    Written January 15, 2024
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Webbse
Masterton, New Zealand74 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
Yes I am a bird lover but this park is brilliant . You can see the high standard of the whole park and also their focus on breading. There was no overcrowding of birds and the free flight show and Lorikeet feeding and other bird interactions where great. This is a great medium sized bird park and I would highly recommend that you visit when in Bali.
Written January 18, 2020
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skiNebraska
Kearney, NE1,553 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
Almost shocking to walk in and see a 4 foot tall pelican walking toward you. A lot of the birds are free to roam. Colorful birds in a great display with a walking tour of the place with fountains and streams. Some bird shows as well. Appropriate for all ages.
Written January 23, 2020
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Kai R
Tampa, FL98 contributions
Feb 2020
If you love animals, this is a worthwhile visit. If you love birds, this is a can't miss activity. We really loved seeing rare birds we've only seen on tv shows. This was one of the more expensive things we did in Bali, but considered it a highlight.

Tip: Be sure to catch any bird shows. They are really well done with an opportunity to see some of the birds fly.
Written February 24, 2020
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harryzac
Oldham, UK383 contributions
Jan 2024 • Couples
It’s definitely worth the trip. You can stay all day as there are timed and themed shows throughout the day, but realistically three hours will get you through everything. All of the shows, apart from the Komodo Dragon (obviously), are hands on. The walkways through the aviaries get you up high with the most beautiful birds. The cafes are reasonably priced and the smoothies are delicious. There are lots of discount ticket sites…most of them not viable but do persevere there is always one that works. Headout worked for me. Also, be aware there’s an Indonesian resident price and a much more expensive tourist price…however, it’s definitely worth it and helping their conservation work.
Written January 15, 2024
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bgtoca
Vancouver, Canada117 contributions
Oct 2023
Bali Bird Park, located close to Ubud, is a place to learn about, enjoy, and appreciate gorgeous exotic birds. It's fun for people of all ages, not just kids. If you've always wanted to see the birds of paradise, this is the place for you. The admission ticket for 2 adults was around IDR 700 000, so it's pretty expensive but worth it. Please note that if you would like to visit the Reptile Park right next door, you need a separate ticket for that. The bird park has beautifully landscaped greenery with some free range birds like peacocks, swans, and others whose name I don't know. Most birds, like the endangered Bali starling are in caged enclosures. There is a large enclosed free-range area, where the birds can roam freely. In this area we saw the stunning Victorian Crowned pigeon, many small parrots, and other small birds, a white peacock etc. We got to feed the parrots with the help of the staff, which was really fun. Other cool birds that you will see here are some of Papua New Guinea's birds of paradise (Lesser bird of paradise, Red bird of paradise, Victorian crowned pigeon, and King bird of paradise are the ones I am aware of). You may not be able to spot all of these glorious birds, however, as they may be hiding in the greenery of their enclosure when its really hot out. There is a cool traditional Balinese house, which houses a few species of owls. Other birds that I saw were South American parrots, cockatoos, flamingoes, ibises, egrets, raptors, grey crowned cranes, golden pheasants, Australian pelicans, and many more. I loved the collection of hornbills. Such incredible birds. You can have professional photos taken of you with parrots with no obligation to buy. There are educational bird shows and kids' activities like egg painting. There is an on site restaurant to cool off as there is not much shade as you walk through the park. Bathrooms are clean and well maintained. There is a gift shop so you can get some nice souvenirs to remember your visit. We spent around 3.5 hrs. here, including time to have lunch. Definitely worth a visit!
Written October 13, 2023
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radhika b
10 contributions
Jun 2022 • Solo
Really horrible experience to see birds in tiny cages with no foliage. Also the park has exotic birds with their wings and claws pinned down with metal clips so that visitors can pose and show off with the birds. Little to promote the "conservation" the bird park claims. The only area worth a see was the Papua Aviary which had ample space and birds roaming freely.
Written June 10, 2022
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Manohara Raditya
1 contribution
Jun 2022 • Family
We went to the Courtyard Nusa Dua who collab with Bali Bird Park last month. I came with my uncle and his 2 kids. The kids really enjoyed play there. There are many kinds of birds of any species. Besides Increase knowledge for the children, children can add insight into play with the color and canvas and also they can express their hobbies. The place is comfortable safe for families and this event placed beside the pool of this resort, the pool really amazing. We love to be there. We hope Courtyard Nusa Dua could collaboration again with Bali Bird Park. Happy holidays
Written July 17, 2022
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A.Spence
1 contribution
Jul 2022 • Family
An amazing place to learn about birds and for humans to interact with them in a sanctuary that is professionally operated. Being a person who generally does no support animals being kept in captivity to entertain humans, I left feeling the birds were being incredibly well looked after and cared for. There was a genuine love for the birds by all staff. Great place to visit.
Written August 7, 2022
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Suparmiti M
5 contributions
May 2022
We went here for a school field trip. We were introduced to one of the programmes called "Bird Keeper for a day". The Bali Bird team was very cooperative in tailoring their program and rundown to our needs. As a result, we learned a lot and had great fun that day.
We learned how to prepare bird food, and see how the beaks adapt to the food as we learned in class, we cleaned the exhibits and fed the birds. We learned about some nocturnal birds, saw the nesting area and learned many more from the keeper's explanations.
We also learned that the Bali Bird Park is involved in conservation by breeding the birds, taking good care of them and doing some releases.
We definitely will work together and try to get involved more in their conservation program.
Written June 20, 2022
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Kharisma Widias19
Bandung, Indonesia8 contributions
Jan 2022 • Family
Our favorite park to visit with kids. Now are kids are growing and the birds are still there. The birds who use we take for photo
The ambience are peaceful, love to come back again and again. Our kids really enjoying the pelican feeding at noon
Written February 5, 2022
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