Taman Nusa, Indonesian Cultural Park

Bali’s newest cultural attraction – Taman Nusa, Indonesian Cultural Park

“See Indonesia in One Afternoon”

Perched on a cliff along the Melangit River is Taman Nusa – the Indonesian Cultural Park that showcases the richness of different ethnic groups from 17,000 islands in the archipelago of the magnificent Indonesia. The Cultural Village of Indonesia displays more than 60 traditional buildings, some of which are more than a hundred years old. Taman Nusa is the only place in Bali to see Indonesia in just one afternoon!

Situated on 15 hectares of land, visitors are invited to experience Indonesia’s journey throughout the ages, beginning with the old and primitive nature of the prehistoric age, then pass through Bronze Age and towards the kingdom age with one of its masterpieces in the form of Borobudur Temple. In the cultural village, visitors are given the opportunity to experience the modest village life of the diverse and distinct ethnicity from all over Indonesia and see various crafts and performing arts. From the cultural village and going through Chinatown, visitors enter the early Indonesia era. Once again visitors can experience a touch of Indonesia’s age of kingdom through a bronze figure of Gajah Mada declaring the “Sumpah Palapa” oath in front of Trowulan temple.

Passing through the gate of “Sumpah Pemuda”, guests get a glimpse of revolutionary era, with the bronze figures of Indonesia’s first president and vice president declaring the nation’s independence. Visitors have the opportunity to observe the socioeconomic development of present day Indonesia through miniature train diorama, set against the backdrop of Indonesia’s cities and rural area. At the end of the journey visitors finally arrive at the future era of Indonesia, which comprise of two museums and a library that showcase the various cultural heritage and legacy of the nation such as wayang, batik, weaving and embroidery.

 

Visit includes :

  • Entrance to Taman Nusa from pre-historic age until early Indonesia and the future of Indonesia
  • Enjoying stunning Borobudur temple replica with magnificent scenery
  • Free time exploring over 60 traditional houses
  • Experience dancing & playing traditional music at traditional sanggar /workshop
  •  Entrance to Future of Indonesia (museum ethnography, batik & traditional puppet)
  • Downloadable visitors guide app

 

[gdl_icon type=”icon-map-marker” color=”#222″ size=”14px”] Location:
Jalan Taman Bali, Banjar Blahpane Kelod, Desa Sidan, Gianyar, Bali
Open daily 8.30 – 17.30

Closed Nyepi Day
Prices inclusive of tax and service.
This activity can be combined with a Private Car & Driver. Contact us to arrange transport and additional day tour itinerary.

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