Bali’s first and biggest butterfly park and insect kingdom. It is the largest of its kind in Asia with an area of 3000 square meters and houses hundreds of different types of butterflies and other insects. They welcome thousands of visitors each year.
Visitors have the privilege of seeing colorful protected specimens such as the birdwing, Bali peacock, and the majestic paradise birdwing. There are also other insects on display including scorpions, stick insects, spiders, and beetles. An interesting and very educational part of the tour is the opportunity for youngsters to see closely the many stages of the metamorphoses of different species – from egg, larvae, and pupae, to cocoon and large life-size butterflies. Besides a tourist attraction, this park is also a research center focusing on the conservation and collection of endangered species of insects.
Location in Tabanan
The location (Taman Kupu-kupu) is located in Jalan Batukaru, Br.Sandan Lebah, Sesandan village, Wanasari, Tabanan subdistrict.
Distance from the city of Denpasar is around 28.4 km or approximately a 1-hour drive. It is open daily 8 am – 5 pm (the last entry is 4 pm)
The entry fee for adults is – Rp 50,000, and children are admitted at no cost.