Bali Safari & Marine Park

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Place Category: Play and Animal ActionPlace Tags: Animal Action, Culture, Kids Clubs & Fun Activities, Spa Dates & Pampering, Splish Splash, and Temples & Nature

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  • More than just a zoo!

    At this interactive zoo slash water park slash theme park you can ride a camel or elephant, buy a bunch of bananas to feed the elephants, see the beautiful white tigers, go for a spin on the Merry Go Round, have a splish and a splash in the swmming pool, zoom down the waterslides, take in a cultural show, participate in a traditional Balinese dance class or even have your photo taken with a baby Lion or Orangutan. The options here are endless for a jam-packed day out!

    The word “marine” in the name can be slightly misleading as a few fish tanks makes up the marine part of the park. Sorry, no dolphins, whales, sharks or other marine life here, but stay tuned as apparently there is a dolphin encounter coming soon.

    The huge on site dining area, Uma Restaurant, offers everything from Indonesian fare, a BBQ grill, burgers, sandwiches, cold drinks, ice cream and other sweets. Some packages and entry prices also include lunch.

    You can BYO your own pram for bubba or stroller for toddlers with tired legs or can hire a pram for the day here for just Rp 100,000, which is both affordable and convenient.

    Don’t forget your swimming togs and towels so the kiddies can make good use of the Water Park – just like a mini Waterbom located inside the zoo.

    Open every day from 9am – 5pm, with different ticket prices and packages on offer depending on what extras you want to include.