JUNGLE HOPPER PACKAGE
INCLUDES: Entrance Ticket, Animal educational show, Bali Agung Show “Silver seat”, Elephant educational show, Freshwater aquarium, Fun Zone, Safari journey trip, and Water park.
Excludes transports and Lunch
USD 61.50 / Adult
USD 49.00 / Child
05-12 Years Old
ABOUT BALI SAFARI AND MARINE PARK & BALI AGUNG SHOW PACKAGES
Welcome to Bali Safari and Marine Park and Bali Theater in the park - Gianyar Bali
Home to hundreds amazing animals representing more than 50 species, including some of rare and endangered species. Combining Balinese cultural ambiance with African Savannah, Bali Safari and Marine Park features the following exhibits featuring Sumatrapan elephant, Sumatran tiger, white tiger, leopard, komodo dragon and cheetah are just some of the fascinating creatures that can be seen at the Bali Safari and Marine Park.
"Bali Agung Show - The Legend of Balinese Goddesses" features a cast of 150 people, 40 puppets and more than 30 animals, including ten elephants – all sharing a huge 60 by 40 meter stage. The story tells the true tale of a 12th century Balinese king who marries a Chinese princess and fathers a child with another woman, regarded as Bali's Goddess of fertility. The Executive Director of the production, Hans Manansang said: "Our vision was to create a story of epic proportions that captures the true essence of Bali, presenting an evolution in the perspective of Balinese culture. The show is also part of our commitment to the conservation of Bali's unique culture." "Bali Agung" is the result of a unique cultural collaboration between talented Balinese artists and a world-renowned production and creative team from Australia. The Director, Composer and Production Designer bring to the production impressive theatrical credentials that include large scale celebration productions at the Sydney and Doha Olympics, and the Asian Games. A long-standing professional admiration between the show's creative director, Peter J. Wilson, and the show's artistic director Balinese puppet-master, I Made Sidia, have resulted in a piece of theatre that is destined to form a permanent part of Bali's cultural legacy.