Taman Nusa Indonesian Cultural Theme Center Open in Gianyar 2013.07.22

long Want to visit Indonesia in one day? That's now possible at Taman Nusa, an Indonesian cultural theme center that recently opened its doors to guests in the Gianyar hills in Bali. taman-nusa-ganyar The buildings in the park represent various eras in Indonesia’s history. There is a complex of at least 59 traditional houses showing the cultural richness of ethnic groups across the archipelago. Some were built on site, while others are historical artifacts that were delivered to Bali.

Not only can guests enjoy the architectural beauty of the houses and the nature of the island, but they also have the chance to learn the art of batik in the park’s cloth museum, one of three museums on site.

Situated on 15 hectares of land, visitors are invited to explore and experience Indonesia’s journey throughout the ages, beginning with: ・Prehistoric Era ・Bronze Age ・Kingdom Age ・Cultural Village ・Early Indonesia ・Indonesian Independence ・Present Day Indonesia ・Future of Indonesia

At the end of the journey, visitors are treated to a scenic cliff view, overlooking verdant rice terraces and lush jungle, with the waters of Melangit River rushing below.

Venue Taman Nusa - Indonesian Cultural Heritage Center
Opening hours 8:30AM - 5:00PM
Entry fee Adult / US$25 Child / US$20 * This is a promo price until 11th Aug, 2013
Tel +62 361 952952
Access Nusa Dua:90 min Jimbaran:90 min Kuta, Legian:80 min Seminyak:90 min Sanur:60 min Ubud:40 min
Facilities ・Auditorium ・Exhibition space ・Souvenir Shops ・Indonesian Restaurant (Dapur Nusa Restaurant) ・International Restaurant (Royal Sidan Restaurant) ・7 rest area ・6 performance stages, with scheduled dance performances throughout the day
Tourist destinations nearby Safari & Marine Park, Semarapura Place, Bukit Jambul, Goa Lawah Temple, Kusamba Village

More Information http://www.taman-nusa.com/

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