Taman Nusa is an Indonesian cultural park that aims to offer a comprehensive and interactive experience on the cultures of Indonesia’s many ethnic groups, set against the natural backdrop of Bali. Situated on 15 hectares of land, visitors will feel as if they have traveled around Indonesia – with more than 70 traditional houses and some that are hundreds of years old. Guests are invited to see traditional arts and crafts being made by talented craftsmen as well as participate in traditional dances and music, such as the Kolintang from North Sulawesi and the Angklung from West Java.
Taman Nusa is an Indonesian cultural park that aims to offer comprehensive information on the cultures of Indonesia’s various ethnic groups in the most attractive and interactive ways while enjoying the natural beauty of Bali. Its mission is to provide a conservation, didactic and recreative means for both domestic and foreign visitors to accurately understand the depiction of Indonesia. The landscaping of exuberant Gianyar hills in Bali and Indonesian architecture enhance each other harmoniously to form a paradise of breathtaking spectacle. This project is a testament that a sustainable environment can be accomplished. Anchored on a cliff, along Melangit river, overlooking verdant hills filled with natural vegetation, senior architects familiar with the progression of Indonesian architecture design the Taman Nusa complex to accommodate unity between nature and edifice.
Address: Jl. Taman Bali – Banjarangkan, Banjar Blahpane Kelod, Desa Sidan, Sidan, Kec. Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582
Opening Hours: 9 am – 5 pm