Did you know that swings are a typical part of Balinese culture? Discover it for yourself at Bali Swing, an adventure park that combines picturesque nature with the most original attractions. Come and swing through the jungle! 

When you first arrive at Bali Swing, you’ll see a typical Balinese style adventure park. Do you want to enjoy the most popular attractions? Locals, as well as tourists, come along to swing among the treetops.

You’ll be able to swing over the jungle at 10 to 78 metres high! You’ll have unforgettable experiences on the adrenaline swing and the single bed swing, but if you need some moral support, you can also have a go on the family swing!
Afterwards, you can relax for a while in the Bali Swing nests that hang over the idyllic park or a sky bed overlooking the waterfall. You’ll get some incredible pictures!

You can also take pictures at the heart-shaped rock. And if you thought it couldn’t get any more paradisiacal, wait until you see the view of the canyon, the river and the waterfall!

Lunch
On the day of the activity, you can choose between two lunches:

Classic lunch: served between 11 am and 3 pm.
Vegetarian lunch: served between 9 am and 5 pm.

Pick up
When you book, you can choose between the tour with hotel pick up from hotels in Ubud or the tour including free transport to Bali Swing. 

The tour with hotel pick up includes Ubud, Payangan, Sanur, Canggu, Seminyak, Kuta, Legian, Nasadua, Jimbaran and Benoa. This option requires a minimum of two people per booking.

The tour with free transport from Ubud includes pick up and drop off at the Queens of India restaurant, next to Ubud Palace, for which there are four different times: 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm or 3 pm.

Important information
To take part in the activities at Bali Swing, the maximum weight per person is 200 kilos.

Included
Tickets to Bali Swing.
Lunch and drinks.
Hotel pick up and drop off or free transport (depending on booking).

When to book?
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities.
You can book up until the previous day (8:00 AM local time) if there are still places available.

Ticket
Once your booking has been confirmed, you will receive an email containing your booking voucher. Please print it out or download on your smartphone/tablet to show on the day of the activity.

Accessibility
No (not advisable for people with reduced mobility).

Non refundable. You may not cancel this activity.
When the minimum number of participants (2) is not reached, we will contact you to offer you other alternatives.

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Don’t want to spend $35 on a swing? try Tegalalang Rice terrace.

Where to find it?

Address: Jl. Raya Tegallalang, Tegallalang, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80561

Tegalalang Rice Terraces are located in in area called Tegallalang, which is about a 25-minute drive from the center of Ubud Town.

Ubud is located just over an hour from Kuta and Seminyak! You can get to Ubud by motorbike, taxi, private car, or a shuttle that you can organise with your hotel or villa in Ubud.

How to get there?

Unlike other destinations in Bali, the road to Tegalalang Rice Terraces is nicely paved making your trip to the Rice Terraces a piece of cake!

RENT A MOTORBIKE
You should be able to rent a motorbike in Ubud for around 50,000-70,000 IDR per day.

Once you reach the terraces, you’ll see many restaurants with multiple entrances to the rice fields. It doesn’t really matter which entrance you choose as they will all get you down to the fields.

BALI RENTAL CAR WITH DRIVER
If you are just focused on transportation and will be your own tour guide than you can easily arrange a Bali rental car and driver. The average price for this is 500k IDR for 6 seater minivan. The diver will take you sightseeing anywhere you wish to go in Ubud.

Just don’t forget to tip!

BOOK A TEGALALANG RICE TERRACE TOUR
If you’re not comfortable riding a bike you should be able to hire a private tour at any travel agent throughout Ubud at an extremely negotiable price.

Most tours will include transportation, the Tegalalang rice terrace entrance fee, and a meal.

Tour prices can range anywhere from 400k to 800k IDR per person depending on the length of tour. Try to find tours that include the popular Ubud Monkey Forrest as well.

When to go?

It’s best to visit Tegalalang Rice Terraces Bali in the morning in time for sunrise! This way you can experience the sun peaking through the palm trees and shining blissfully on to the rice fields making the terraces look that much more magical.

If you don’t make it in time for sunrise, don’t fret. The Ubud Rice Fields never stop being beautiful no matter what time of the day you visit.

Pro Tip

Please be aware that tourists start to arrive at around 10am, and we all know how flocks of tourists can hinder the vibe and serenity of a nice place… let alone having them in the background of your travel photos!

If you get here early, say before 10am, you won’t have to wait in any lines to get on the swing! We’ve heard stories about people waiting up to 4 hours in line just to have a swing and snap a photo for the ‘Gram!

If you’re looking for that famous picture of a human sized birds nest, it’s located at these Ubud Rice Fields!

Again, it makes for another Insta worthy photo to add to your feed that screams nothing but tranquillity.


Discover an adventure park that combines picturesque nature with the most original attractions

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Bird nest at Tegalalang rice terrace

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