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Gianyar Regency - Includes Ubud

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Gianyar regency has an area of 368 square km; it is the second most densely populated district in Bali (after Badung). Although Badung Regency, Denpasar and Gianyar Regency are the three richest regions in Bali and most of their wealth comes from tourism, in February 2012 Gianyar Regency officially banned the construction of new increasingly popular condominium hotels (condotels) and apartment facilities in order to prote... Read more
A lush two-hectare sanctuary to around 1000 birds of 250 species
from Indonesia, South Africa and So
Bali Bird Park

A lush two-hectare sanctuary to around 1000 birds of 250 species from Indonesia, South Africa and South America as well as flora featuring 2000 tropical plants.  Divided into regions that emulate the natural eco-systems of the jungle and rainforest habitats of the birds via large walk-through aviaries, the species that may be seen here include...

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A member of Taman Safari Indonesia as well as a number of
accredited zoological and conservationist
Bali Safari And Marine Park

A member of Taman Safari Indonesia as well as a number of accredited zoological and conservationist associations, Bali Safari & Marine Park is actively involved with the preservation and well being of the country’s indigenous endangered species including Sumatran tigers and elephants and Bali mynah birds.  This award winning Animal P...

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Located centrally in Bali’s cultural Gianyar Regency, the Bali
Zoo has the distinction of bein
Bali Zoo

Located centrally in Bali’s cultural Gianyar Regency, the Bali Zoo has the distinction of being the island’s only Balinese-owned private zoo that opened in 2002 as the first and only dedicated zoological park licensed by the Ministry of Forestry and government conservation institute, which still holds true today. It is located on 12 acr...

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Ex
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and wife Cherie, Dolph Lundgren, Jean Claude Van
Elephant Safari Park

Ex UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and wife Cherie, Dolph Lundgren, Jean Claude Van Damme and even the Beckhams have all visited this multi-award winning elephant park set with 3.5 hectares of lush national forest just north of Ubud. And if that doesn't recommend it to you, then the immaculately cared for, the Sumatran elephants su...

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Directly adjacent to the Bali Bird Park and admittance granted
with the same ticket, the Bali Reptil
Rimba Reptile Park

Directly adjacent to the Bali Bird Park and admittance granted with the same ticket, the Bali Reptile Park, means stepping back into the dawn of time, is home to almost 200 reptilian and amphibian specimens that is said to be one of the largest collections of reptiles in South East Asia. The atmosphere turns from open meandering parkland full of bi...

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