To all who want to go here, I went here yesterday and had a great time. Not because of the garden though, the garden is more of a jungle. The lady that used to run the place was very friendly and explained me her situation....More
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If you love wending your way through a delightful, spacious naturescape, then you have finally discovered the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! Here you will encounter stone Buddha statues amidst a plethora of dangling vines. Here too you can wander along...More
While spending 2 days in Lovina, this was one of the stops on a tour that also included the Gitgit Waterfall and Pura Ulun Danu Bratan. Other than a few large statues at the entrance, there isn't much to see. With so many amazing sights...More
We saw this in the rough guide and forgot to check tripadvisor!! Big mistake 🤣. We walked about three miles from our home stay in the blazing sun to visit. Hilariously, all that remains is a life sized dinosaur model and a tumbledown shed with...More
Honestly, as stated in the title, which I will once again blame on rain season, the garden was not flourishing with gorgeous flowers. It was actually quite bare save for the trees and one particular green house with flowers. And the walking you have to...More
The clerk warned me that people complained because there were no flowers. I paid the 50,000rp, and went it. The problem isn't that the flowers are gone. The problem is that the "garden" looks like a vacant lot. Complete with trash and overgrown paths. The...More
A must see when in Ubud. The rice fields are beautiful but you haven't; seen enough green until you visit the Botanic Gardens. You will definitely feel 'one' with nature.
Nice park but could be so much more. Lots of nice plants. They also have flee market and food stands on the weekend. The original artwork and carvings are amazing. Worth a stop.