Itinerary: Taman Nusa Park - waterfall Tukad Cepung - waterfall Kanto Lampo
- Entrance tickets
- Professional guide
- Private air-conditioning car
- Mineral water
- Parking and toll fee
If you do not have a lot of time to spend in Bali, and you wish you could see everything that wonderful Indonesia has to offer, we invite you to visit the ethnic park of Taman Nusa. Spread out across 15 hectares of tropical, at this cultural park, you get to see more than 70 traditional houses, buildings and temples from around the Indonesian Archipelago.
You will learn about indigenous tribes and their traditions when entering the houses and observing authentic utensils and craftworks brought over to Bali from different parts of Indonesia. Some of the houses were assembled on site, and other parts were built by local architects who came from the Islands of Java, Sulawesi, Sumatra, Papua. There is even a small replicate of the famous Borobudur Temple.
The founder of Taman Nusa is a Javanese man called Santos who traveled across the archipelago in search of suitable buildings, ideas, craftsmen and assistants without whom this park would never be built. The entire construction took around 7 years. In addition to geographical diversity, the park also shows its visitors how Indonesia has developed over the years. The Park begins with the prehistoric era, continues to the bronze age, the kingdoms and smoothly it flows into modern Indonesia and it even gives a glimpse into Indonesia of the future.
Other than visiting this amazing park, we will also take you to see the incredible cave waterfall Tukad Cepung.