Educational Show

10.30 AM and 04.00 PM everyday at Hanuman Stage

ANIMAL EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATION

Watch an educational presentation about the different animals in the park for a better understanding of these creatures and their natural habitats. Our Safari Ranger will share informative stories together with fun animal facts as an essential introduction to the wonders of wildlife.

11.15 AM every day at Harimau Amphitheater Stage

02.00 PM (Go Tiger) at Harimau Amphitheater Stage

HARIMAU, FROM PREDATOR TO PREY PRESENTATION

A compelling story of the world's vanishing tiger population. Opening with a grand pageant relating the role of tiger in Balinese history and mythology, the show reveals the native skills of these big cats at play, hunting, climbing and swimming.

11.45 AM and 04.30 PM Everyday at Elephant Stage ( Kampung Gajah )

ELEPHANT CONSERVATIONAL & EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATION

A show where our gentle giants connect to the audience and tell their story through an Elephant Educational Show. This inspiring performance by the park's Sumatran elephants conveys the importance of maintaining harmony between nature and mankind.

 2.30 PM at Bali Agung Theatre (Every Saturday & Sunday)

BALI AGUNG SHOW

The Legend of Balinese Goddesses 

A spectacular, cultural, colossal dance and show performance that features more than 180 Balinese dancers and musicians. The show is a fusion of traditional and modern theatrical arts.

Bali Agung is a timeless journey through a magical theatrical performance that highlights the rich culture and traditions of Bali. It recounts the tragic and heroic legend of King Sri Jaya Pangus and his beloved Chinese wife, Kang ChingWie.

Let’s get ready to witness this spectacular show of Bali Agung. For the show schedule, please contact us for more information on WhatsApp.

Things To Do

Boasting a lovely view of Mount Agung in the distance, the property is embraced by pristine nature and rare tranquility.

Adventurous travelers will have great fun watching and even feeding the wild animals from their own balcony. Leisure travelers may want to explore the traditional Balinese architecture on the premise or lounge around the Kiboko Pool.