Things to do in Gianyar

Top Things to Do in Gianyar

Things to Do in Gianyar

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  • The Bali Reviews
    Denpasar, Indonesia157 contributions
    Pro: The only bird park in Bali, nice birds too see. Some shows & stuff.

    Con: It's not as big. Just found it quite boring, TBH.

    Best for families with kids

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    Written 26 March 2022
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  • Febry B
    Bali, Indonesia32 contributions
    Toke my son and my mom there.... The marketing make great offer and we got one for two tickets plus free for children under 2yo. Was great just like the opening, although I didn't see big show in the theater. My son love the rabbit ness and reaching the fish ponds wherever he goes. The staffs always helpful and it's a nice place to walk around. Yes it's pricy, but come on for the knowledge and meet animals around the world? To me it worth it. We'll be back when my son bit older.
    Written 15 December 2021
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  • Tom
    London, UK13 contributions
    We had a private driver for the day and put this on the list for on the way home to fill a gap, it ended up being one of our better things we done that day, really interesting guided and free samples at the end
    Written 12 May 2022
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  • Old Pro
    Seattle, WA2,457 contributions
    We were there in September and at the time there were lots of baby butterflies being born. That was probably the coolest thing cuz you could watch them pull out of their cocoons and turn into something beautiful. The rest of the Butterfly Park you couldn't really see you too many butterflies and hence no five star rating. But I would go again
    Written 15 February 2022
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  • Northern Natters
    Chorley, UK8 contributions
    If you want to experience the real Bali, you have to visit this street market. There were only a few tourists which made the experience really authentic. We had a fantastic time getting to speak to locals and they recommended different things to try. We loved the chicken satay sticks that were cooked on a BBQ and the Bakso soup (Indonesian meatball soup).
    Written 11 June 2020
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  • Agus Sukertha
    Gianyar Regency, Indonesia31 contributions
    Waterfall tours are different from other waterfall forms, because the shape is sloping, not shaped like a waterfall usually. So that is why this waterfall is very aesthetic in the form of tourist attractions. In addition, there is a river found for tourists to try their adventure with the cliffs surrounding it.
    Written 17 January 2021
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  • nazm1503
    London, UK22 contributions
    Beautiful waterfall and well worth the visit. Make sure to bring a spare change of clothes as you will get absolutely drenched when going up close and taking photos. People are quite respectful and take it in turns to go up and take photos.
    Written 12 May 2022
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  • Tina R
    18 contributions
    Nice place for souvenir shopping.very good prices for f u bargain well.some are always ready to cater for your needs. Do visit before buying at Ubud market
    Written 8 December 2019
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  • Renevayesha E
    11 contributions
    Love the view, the people works there were very friendly and helpful.
    The swing highly recommended.

    Coffee's were interesting, I guess it's good to try different things .
    Written 13 January 2020
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  • sanjiwanitravling
    Kintamani, Indonesia17 contributions

    Gunung Kawi temple is still famous' with its unique graphic that is still in its original form, there hasn't been any changes made, beautiful water flow, which is good to be used to treat the disease of the local community's trust, bali

    Written 28 August 2019
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  • Scuba2013
    Perth, Australia617 contributions
    Only 30 mins from Sanur, it's well worth a visit. Lots of steps to walk up and down but worth it. $2 entrance fee. We did this on the motorcycle so it was a cheap trip. You would probably only want to spend 1 hour here unless you booked a tour which included lunch. Probably better to get here before the crowds if you want good pic's.
    Written 28 February 2020
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  • IshDewyn
    KL, Malaysia637 contributions
    Just like every other marketplace in any major tourist destination, this place is filled to the brim with everything you could possibly want to buy when you’re in Ubud.

    Every dress, bag, sandals, souvenir, carving, mask, you name it, that can be found in any other shop in Ubud Central, you can find here in the market. Yes, the sellers can be pushy but if you remain friendly and know how to bargain, you can get whatever you want for the cheapest price possible here.

    Attempting to speak Bahasa Indonesia will get you even further discounts. I definitely saw some tourists being patronising and insulting the vendors in an attempt to come out on top.. that’s definitely not the right way to bargain.

    Personally, this is where I go for fresh fruit, spices, and small knickknacks for souvenirs. You can get small packets of spices for as low as IDR5,000 (USD0.50) if you’re sharp enough.
    Written 9 July 2019
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  • Bali Alle Vous Tour
    Denpasar, Indonesia12 contributions
    Great dance and great performance, nice ambience, and nice story, foe package including safari journey and animal show
    Written 21 March 2020
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  • Kaye
    Long Beach, CA33 contributions
    This beach was great to visit, it was beautiful during sunset. A lot of locals come here to watch the sunset and sit on the rocks. They also have a variety of warungs with great food selections!
    Written 20 January 2020
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  • Wildcat7400
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia876 contributions
    Bali has been promoting its coffee plantations as one of its newest tourist attractions & most of these coffee plantations are located in Temen Village, the home for organic coffee.

    However, our tour guide brought us to Cantik Agriculture Luwak Coffee which was located in Gianyar. A local lady guide from the establishment greeted us warmly. She asked us where we were from & we answered “Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.” Upon doing so, she changed her Balinese accent & adopted to one which was similar to Malaysian. She further explained that she had received many Malaysian tourists in the past & had learnt our local twang. Then, we walked through a narrow path & was shown a lone civet, sleeping in its cage & thereafter, a pair, sleeping as well. She explained that the civets are nocturnal creatures & they can’t really see in the day. It is known that civets are the producers of the world’s most expensive coffee named “Luwak Coffee.”

    The civets are known to eat only the best coffee beans which will pass through their digestive system. The beans will be defecated, collected, washed, sun-dried & roasted. That is how Luwak Coffee is being made.

    There are only 3 species of coffee planted in the plantation, Arabica, Robusta & Bali. The Arabica coffee leaves are smaller than Robusta’s. We were also shown cocoa & ginseng trees. Not long after, we came to a hut & saw coffee beans in their respective stage, from the defecated stage til the roasted stage. We also saw a woman roasting & grinding the coffee beans. We were invited to taste some cocoa & had found them sweet.

    Next, the lady guide ushered us to an open-air sitting area. She had told us to choose a table while she prepares the 15 types of complimentary coffee & tea for us. We had the plantation view ahead of us. It was very peaceful & serene. On our table was a laminated placemat with descriptions & benefits of the various coffee & tea produced in the plantation. Not long after, our lady guide appeared with 15 small cups of coffee & tea which were laid on top of each description window. All of them tasted delicious as most were mixed with sugar. The Luwak Coffee was not part of the complimentary tray. Hence, my partner had requested for a cup at IDR50,000. The Luwak Coffee was strong in flavour, taste & smell in comparison to the others.

    Next, we were invited to shop at their gift store for souvenirs. The coffee & tea powder were sold in various weight. The cheapest was sold at IDR60,000 enough for 3 cups which was pretty expensive! They come either with sugar or without sugar for the health conscious.

    Since my partner & I enjoyed most of the coffee & tea, we ended buying quite a bit. I had also bought some body scrub & bath soaps as souvenirs.

    This is one tour that I strongly urge not to miss. It’s an opportunity to taste all 15 types of coffee & tea which are beneficial to the body.
    Written 16 March 2020
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