Bali Birds Park and Ubud Village Tours

The Tour begins to visit Bali Birds Park and Bali Reptile Park, are located at stone carving village, Batu Bulan. First it was opened in October 1995, the Park is the realization of a life-long dream and ambition. With more than 1.000 birds of over 250 different species housed within lush tropical gardens, the Park is renowned for its dedication to perfection and has already become one of Bali 's most visited destinations. Birds’ collection such as Green Peafowl (Pavo muticus), Asian Pied Hornbill (Antbracocerus albirostris), The Javan Kingfisher (Halyon cyanoventris), Bali Starling (Leucopsar rot).

Second stop is silver smith, woodcarving and painter village. The gold and silver smith is mostly come from Celuk Village, located next to Bali Birds Park. There are a lot of silver factory in this village. The woodcarving Village are called Mas and Kemenuh Village, both village produce very good quality of woodcarving made from very hard wood such as teak, mahogany, ebony and hibiscus wood. Those are imported wood from another island such as Java, Sumatra and Sulawesi. And the Painter village is called Batuan or Lod Tunduh Village. The people who are living in this village are very artistic. Majority of the people are artistic painter.

Third stop is Ubud Painting Museum; there are 4 different arts museum around Ubud area. They are Neka Museum located in western Ubud center Campuhan Road (Sanggingan Village), Puri Lukisan Museum located just western side of Ubud market, Rudana Museum and ARMA (Agung Rai Museum of Art) in south of Ubud. Neka Museum has more collection of Arie Smit, I Gusti nyoman Lempad, Han Snell and many other collections from overseas artist and local artist.

Fourth stop is Ubud Market and Ubud Palace, the market has two different parts, traditional market is located in the west side and it sells daily food and open at earlier hours. The arts market sells variety of handicrafts, arts and textiles. Next to Ubud market is Ubud Palace where is the Royal Family live, in evening the outside yard use by the local group dance performance to held Legong Dance, Barong Dance, Ramayana Ballet and Mahabrata Ballet. Beside of the palace there is Ibu Oka Warung famous with the suckling pig (Babi Guling).

Fifth stop is Elephant Cave (Goa Gajah), this cave was built in 11 century by the king of Udayana. The name came from the name of the small river nearby, it's name Lua Gajah (Female Elephant). In front of the cave there is place for bathing with six figures (Sapta Gangga). Inside of temple there is a place of meditation.

The last stop is Monkey Forest Ubud, The monkeys within the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal are commonly called long-tailed macaques. Their scientific name is Macaca fascicuiaris. In Bali, there are Balinese long-tailed macaque troops (populations) that live in areas where they have little contact with humans. In west area there is Dalem Temple (temple dedicated to Siwa Gods), and in the east side, there is cemetery and Merajapati Temple dedicated to Goddes of Durga (wife of Siwa God).




  • 2 – 4 pax : USD 85 /pax
  • 5 – 8 pax : USD 75/pax
  • 9 pax - UP : USD 65/px


  • Include: Entrance fee/donation, English speaking guide, Air-conditioned car + driver
  • Optional: Lunch: USD 10-15/pax, Dinner : USD 15 – 30/pax
  • Nusa Dua & Turtle island is not include boat fee to the island.

Terms & Conditions:

  • Rate is net; in US dollar and per person
  • Group booking (13 above) will be quoted on ad-hoc basis
  • Tour will be as per program, unless there are few factors such as bad weather or time, which not permitted for tour to continue. In this case no refund can be allowed. Therefore it is important to follow the tour guide instruction in time constraint to visit each places of interest.