Taman Nusa

Taman Nusa, Sidan: Hours, Address, Taman Nusa Reviews: 4.5/5

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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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See Indonesia in One Afternoon! Taman Nusa is a cultural park that aims to offer a comprehensive information on the cultures of Indonesia's various ethnic groups in an attractive and interactive way, while enjoying the natural beauty of Bali. Situated on 10 hectares of land, visitors are invited to explore and experience Indonesia's journey throughout the ages beginning from the prehistory, bronze age, kingdoms, and an archipelago of Indonesian cultures with more than 60 traditional houses. The journey continues to the early national era, independence, modern times and finally to the nation's future.
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Valentin Trofimovich
Bali, Indonesia31 contributions
Apr. 2021
Wonderful collection of Indonesian houses from different island. Over 60 different original building to have a look for all the culture of this country.
50% of houses are heavy damaged and it is no t possible to go inside anymore. But even this situation that place is MUST visit!
Due to pandemy most activities are closed. Ticket price goes down from 350k IDR to 200k IDR and 85k for locals. Price looks little bit high, but if you can go - it worth it. Inside only 3 people near the houses. From Papua, Sumbawa and Sulawesi. They will explain you about their work and traditional arts if you ask them.
Aslo nice mini-copy of borobudur temple.
If you will go on weekdays you have huge chanse that you will be alon in this place - no other visitors. With the ticket you will get free-drink coupon that you can use in the end of the street with houses. From the cafe you have amazing view to the forest and river.
For all way you will need not less than 2 hours if not hurry.
We not reccomend to use wooden bridges - they looks not to strong enough to use them safe(but we had and was ok, just be careful).
Anyway this is hidden diamond on the side of the road. Hope it will be renovated in the future.
Written 24 April 2021
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petertaylor57
Auckland Central, New Zealand305 contributions
Jan. 2020
If you have even the slightest interest in Indonesian culture, Taman Nusa is a must see! The 35k rupiah seemed a lot, but better than the rip-off we had at Bali Zoo yesterday. There are approx 60 buildings re-assembled here from all parts of the island chain. All authentic too, some in better repair than others, but a great selection. Most tickets include dressing up for a photo in Indonesian costume, AND Balinese dancing, AND making a small batik print which you can take home, AND making your own keyholder - again, same deal, AND a free drink half way round the course, so what is there to not like? The only surprise was that it wasn't jam packed with people, but it was the off season. Basically, a great half day out and a place I'd definitely recommend!
Written 25 January 2020
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Dear petertaylor57, Thank you for your visit and kind feedback. We always try to improve our park, and we hope that you would visit Taman Nusa again in the future. Regards, Taman Nusa
Written 28 January 2020
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Adam C
South Fremantle, Australia20 contributions
Nov. 2019 • Couples
Clearly had its day, feels abandoned. None of the warungs were open and it definitely needs some maintenance.
Written 28 November 2019
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Dear Adam_Ant76, Thank you for visiting Taman Nusa. We are sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your visit. Taman Nusa is undergoing revitalisation and renovation, and we'll try to better maintain our park. We sincerely hope that you would visit us again in the future. Thank you. Regards, Taman Nusa
Written 28 November 2019
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lawsonkoh
Singapore, Singapore128 contributions
Oct. 2019
it suppose to be a showcase for the multiple ethnic diversities in indonesia, it does. Only the bad, dysfunctional side that is! The chinese temple or showcase the roof has collapsed. it was abandoned! Many of the foot steps (wooden) have rotten. It was a safety hazards - a very expensive safety hazards! No guests deserted. It was pitiful and eerily quiet. A grand dream gone bust! For 300000 there are million places to go in Bali that are worthy and even fun.
Written 3 October 2019
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Dear lawsonkoh, Thank you for your visit to Taman Nusa. We are sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your visit. Taman Nusa is in the middle of renovation and revitalisation, and we'll try to improve our park and experience. We hope that you would visit us again in the future. Thank you. Regards, Taman Nusa
Written 5 October 2019
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kelledstyle
Montreal, Canada833 contributions
Sep. 2019
This park is a great way to have an overview of the Indonesian culture throughout the ages. At the end of the visit, we were treated with the scenic view of a cliff, overlooking verdant rice terraces and Melangit River. Taman Nusa is located in Gianyar’s Sidan village, about 45 minutes away from Ubud center. Visit my Instagram (IG: kelledstyle) for more pictures :)
Written 3 October 2019
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Dear kelledstyle, Thank you for your visit to Taman Nusa. We are always trying to improve our park, and we hope that you would visit us again soon. Regards, Taman Nusa
Written 5 October 2019
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TartineSingapore
Singapore10 contributions
Sep. 2019
We went to Taman Nusa in Sept. We did read reviews the place was abandoned and deserted but we didn't expect it to represent safety hazards for visitors and their own staff! Houses stairs and floor planks are wobbly with some falling apart...we decided to stop entering into any house as we felt pretty unsafe and fear for an accident. It is honestly a pity and shame because this place and concept is great and there is such a great potential. The staff, in spite of terrible place where they work, keep on playing their roles with a smile and welcoming attitude. Not sure how they manage doing so.
This place should be audited and subject to prompt renovations for critical safety reasons. Charging such a large amount to visitors who could be injured is intolerable.
Written 20 September 2019
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Dear TartineSingapore, Thank you for your visit to Taman Nusa. We are sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your visit. Taman Nusa is in the middle of revitalisation, and we'll try to maintain and take better care of our houses. We hope that you would visit us again in the future. Thank you. Regards, Taman Nusa
Written 20 September 2019
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Sergiu
Cluj-Napoca, Romania141 contributions
Sep. 2019 • Couples
Nice place to visit and se all the houses from indonezia.it is a big place and you need about 2 hours to see it all.the bad thing is that it looks abandoned.about 5 staff in all the park and no tourist.this could be an amazing place if there were more interactive stuff to do and maybe promote it more for more turist to come...and the ticket price is really hight for bali standards..its start from 29 usd.
Written 5 September 2019
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MIL78
Moscow, Russia80 contributions
Aug. 2019
We spent practically the whole day there, the place is worth visiting, now they have not so many shows or displays, but still we enjoyed some.we came by the opening by 9 am and stayed there till 4 pm, it was exciting to see all those places, the interior of some of them is also great! the shows are good as well. there are 2 or 3 cafes there where you can have a drink or a snack, there are toilets so you don't have to worry about that. Just enjoy your stay there!. we really loved this place. Besides, it is not crowded at all, we met just 4-5 couples during the whole visit.
Written 4 September 2019
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Andy C
Landgraaf, The Netherlands12 contributions
Apr. 2019 • Family
Wow, great for kids, interactive about the Indo history. A great walk in the nature, so quiet, haven't seen more than ten tourists.
Written 25 April 2019
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rk-art
Lombok, Indonesia295 contributions
Mar. 2019 • Friends
Entrance fee is quite expensive, about $35 for tourist which include costume trial, batik painting and a small souvenir and refreshment. Local have a choice of full culture package which include the same at $12 or just an entrance at $8. The houses are old and not well maintain, staffs are sleepy and not so eager to receive guests. It is a huge place where we can enjoy the walk but not really looking into the cultural mater. Once visit is more than enough and the place is really need to have an upgrade in every possible way.
Written 21 March 2019
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Dear rk-art, Thank you for visiting Taman Nusa and taking the time to write your feedback. We are currently planning maintenance work for the buildings at the park. We will also try to provide better service in the future. We hope that you would visit us again soon. Regards, Taman Nusa
Written 21 March 2019
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