Bali Botanical Garden

A NICE PLACE FOR PICNIC AND LEARNING ABOUT THE PLANTS

Bali Botanical Garden or known as Bedugul Botanical Garden by the local community is one of the largest botanical gardens in Indonesia. This botanical garden is one of the favorite vacation spot for the families in Bali.

BALI BOTANICAL GARDEN

Bali Botanical Garden or Bedugul Botanical Garden is one of the largest botanical gardens in Indonesia which was established on July 15, 1959. Bali Botanical Garden has an area about 157.5 hectare. This botanical garden is a place for conservation and research on various types of plants, as well as a place of educational and recreational tourism. There are thousands of plants in this Botanical Garden, some types of plants that exist such as orchids, cactus, bamboo, and more. From Bali Botanical Garden you can see the view of Lake Beratan.

ACTIVITIES IN BALI BOTANICAL GARDEN

Bali Botanical Garden is a favorite family vacation spot on holiday. They came to this botanical garden to relax and picnic because the place is nice and also it has fresh and cold air. Besides that, Bali Botanical Garden is also an educational place to study the various types of plants that available there.

LOCATION OF BALI BOTANICAL GARDEN

Bali Botanical Garden is located in the tourist area of Bedugul in Candikuning Village, Tabanan. Because of its location in the mountains, the air in Bali Botanical Garden is fresh and cool. It takes about 90 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport to Bali Botanical Garden. If you want to visit Bali Botanical Garden while on vacation in Bali, you can contact the local travel company to arrange it. We recommend you to contact Bali Star Island as a reliable travel company in Bali Island.

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