The 6 Best Things to Do in Tegalalang, Bali
Discover the best top things to do in Tegalalang, Indonesia including Elephant Safari Park, Alas Harum Agro Tourism, Uma Pakel Agro Tourism, Gallery Ada Garuda, Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple, Manik Abian Bali Agriculture.
1. Elephant Safari Park
4 based on 1944 reviews
Get up close and personal with Bali's largest herd of 31 Sumatran elephants at the island's premiere interactive and intimate elephant experience set among lush botanical gardens and jungle. Our resident giants can be seen immersing themselves in the park lake, in between riding, painting or other activities. Guests can observe, hand feed, touch, and take photos with our elephants, all the while learning more about them along the way.
Reviewed By teresa1365 - Gladesville, AustraliaGladesville, Australia
Lovely but disturbing
What a beautiful experience to touch and look an elephant in the eye. Such magnificent creatures who deserve so much respect. Unfortunately I found it quite disturbing when I watched a couple riding on one and the trainer had a piece of timber with a hook
2. Alas Harum Agro Tourism
4 based on 102 reviews
We are located in tegallalang street so went you going to rice teracce you must try our coffee we have some tea & coffee combination beside best our product luwak coffee.
Reviewed By shaem2015 - Brisbane, AustraliaBrisbane, Australia
Totally over rated
Yep, the photos of this place look pretty good.... but we were totally unimpressed with our visit 2 days ago. The luwak are in small cages & look stressed out (passing the cage) Our ‘guide’ unenthusiastically mumbled his way through his talk about how the
3. Uma Pakel Agro Tourism
4 based on 74 reviews
Reviewed By Marinaintheworld - Auckland, New ZealandAuckland, New Zealand
Got dragged here with my driver. Nice setting but just a tourist trap. LUWAK coffee you can try for IDR 65,000, which is really nice but I felt sorry for the poor Luwak’s in the cages. There are around 4 Bali swings which cost IDR 20,000 for a swing. Not
4. Gallery Ada Garuda
5 based on 12 reviews
Reviewed By 676dave - Colorado, United States Colorado, United States
Monumental, Epic and Fascinating
Mr. Made Ada is an internationally renowned woodcarver artist famous for his Garuda (fire dragon) carvings. The fire dragon is the national symbol of Indonesia. Mr. Ada comes from a long line of wood carvers and from a wood carving village (Tegalalang). H
5. Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple
4.5 based on 863 reviews
Reviewed By zuzanak62 - Pardubice, Czech RepublicPardubice, Czech Republic
Nice temple in the rice fields
The temple is in the valley surrounded by rice fields. It has interesting rock carvings/statues. Be aware of stairs, the way from the temple is little bit exhausting because of hot and humid conditions.
6. Manik Abian Bali Agriculture
4.5 based on 58 reviews
Reviewed By Mark R
Favourite activity for us all in Bali
Our driver brought us here as we'd been unable to see the mountain due to bad weather...so glad he didPersonal walk through the forest plantation with a guide showing us the coffee and cacao plants they grow and a captive Luwak animal which poops out spec