Tourists visiting the northern part of the island can make a quick stop at Bali Butterfly Park where they can embark on an educational tour which features hundreds of butterflies from 15 different species, and various insects and arachnids on display. Visitors will have the chance to see some of the exotic and endangered butterflies like birdwing, Bali peacock and paradise birdwing, along with insects such as beetles and hairy spiders all from Indonesia’s archipelago. Butterfly and insect enthusiasts can take home fancy souvenirs that include dried butterflies and insects set on glass frames.
Bali Butterfly Park is located in Wanasari, 6.5 kilometres north of Tabanan Regency.
Opening Days and Hours
The butterfly park is open from 8:00 to 17:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Admission fees are waived for children. Adults are charged 50,000 (USD 3.5) entrance fee.
How to Get There
- From Denpasar Airport, hire a taxi, a private car, or a scooter to Tabanan.
- You can also take the bus from Ubung Terminal to the outskirts of Tabanan.
- From the outskirts, board a bemos to Bali Butterfly Park.
- Backpackers/solo travelers
- Group of friends
- Families with kids
Time to Spend
You can spend a total of 2 hours in the park.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The park is usually packed with visitors from 9:00 to 13:00. To avoid the crowd, schedule your visit between 13:30 to 17:00.
- Guided Tour which includes seeing butterflies up close.
Avail of food and drinks from nearby restaurants such as Warung Jepun, Warung Lemo, Balinese LifeStyle, Warung Dayu Manu, and Warung Ampik.
- Taman Ayun Temple
- Telaga Waja River Rafting
- Sangeh Monkey Forest
Hotels and inns offering accommodations near Bali Butterfly Park include Puri Taman Sari Resort, Villa Taman Di Blayu, Alam Taman Villa, Campuhan Guesthouse, Ubud Raya Hotel, and Ananda Cottages. Rates start from USD 35 to USD 150.