Database Colletions

More than 2000 species of plants are preserved at Bali Botanic Garden, represent plants from montane areas of the eastern Indonesia: Bali, Nusa Tenggara, Sulawesi, Maluku and Papua. New plants are acquired from commercial nurseries, arboreta, botanic gardens, plant breeding programs and collecting expeditions. Read more



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Partisipasi Peneliti KRBali dalam Science Fair and Book Celebration 2014

26/03/2014. Jasa pendidikan yang ada di Kebun Raya Bali kini sudah mulai dikenal oleh masyarakat dan lingkungan sekolah. selengkapnya...

CPNS 2014 Perkuat Peneliti Kebun Raya Bali

26/03/2014. Diraihnya sertifikat ISO 9001:2008 adalah wujud komitmen Kebun Raya Bali dalam menjamin kualitas produk serta selengkapnya...

Kedeputian IPH LIPI Gelar Rakor Tahun 2014 Di Kebun Raya Bali

27/03/2014. Kedeputian bidang Ilmu Pengetahun Hayati (IPH) LIPI menyelenggarakan Rakor tahun 2014 di Kebun Raya Bali. selengkapnya...

Teknologi SELF GUIDING Di Kebun Raya Bali

27/03/2014. Ada yang baru di Kebun Raya Bali. Kini Kebun Raya Bali semakin memanjakan pengunjungnya dengan menyediakan selengkapnya...

Seminar Indonesia Outlook 2014-2019 oleh Himpenindo

28/03/2014. Himpunan Peneliti Indonesia (Himpenindo) menyelenggarakan Seminar Indonesia Outlook 2014-2019 selengkapnya...

RAT KPN Bina SejahteraKRBali Tahun Buku 2013

28/03/2014. Sebagai wujud pertanggungjawaban pengurus kepada anggotanya, Koperasi Bina Sejahtera Kebun Raya Bali selengkapnya...















Location, Hour & Admission

thumbnailThe Bali Botanic Garden is located at Bedugul area in the middle of Bali island about 60 KM from Denpasar. Public transportation is not convenient due to irregular schedule, visitors adviced to use tourist bus, car, taxi, or motorbike.


Domestic visitors IDR 7,000

Foreign visitors IDR 18,000

Motorbike parking IDR 3,000

Car parking IDR 6,000

Bus parking IDR 12,000

Car is allowed to drive around the garden with additional fee IDR 12,000. Read more




The Bali Botanic Garden displays plants from around the world within different landscape themes that are complemented by glasshouse conservatories, buildings, water features, and statues.

Schools can use the garden as a living museum to learn about the fascinating world of plants and their importance to all life on earth. Our environmental education programs (known as REPLING) include science, environment, and culture, using a discovery based learning across the curriculum approach. Programs are available for Elementary, Junior and Senior High School.

Please click here for reservation and contact us detailed programs.





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