Bali Botanic Garden
The Bali Botanic Garden (Indonesian: Kebun Raya Bali) is the largest botanic garden in Indonesia and is located in the mountainous region of Bedugul, central Bali, around 90 minutes drive north of Denpasar. The Garden was established on 15 July 1959 and is situated around 1300 metres above sea level overlooking Bratan Lake and the Ulun Danu Temple on the slopes of Tapak Hill.
The garden is made up of both open areas for recreation and remnant mountain rainforest. Attractions include a large orchid display, carnivorous plants, bamboo garden, cactus greenhouse, a fern garden, traditional Balinese medicinal plants, and ceremonial plants, Rhododendron garden, a rose garden, aquatic garden, conservatory and one of the world's largest begonia collections. On a clear day, there are good views to Lake Bratan and one of the most photographed trees in the garden is a giant ficus or fig tree located on the upper slope of Tapak Hill.
The garden is home to at least 79 species of birds, treeshrews are regularly seen and occasionally macaques can be spotted entering from the adjacent Batukaru Nature Reserve.
Three Hindu temples are also accessed from within the Garden.
Opening hours: Open Everyday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Jalan Kebun Raya, Candikuning, Baturiti, Tabanan, Bali 82191