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 10 hectares of land, visitors are invited to explore and experience Indonesia’s journey throughout the ages, beginning with…
  • Prehistoric Era

  • Bronze Age

  • Kingdom Age

    With one of its masterpieces in the form of Borobudur Temple.

  • Cultural Village

    With more than 60 traditional houses, some of which are hundreds of years old. Visitors are given the opportunity to experience the modest village life of the diverse and distinct ethnicity from all over Indonesia and see various crafts and performing arts.

  • Early Indonesia

    With the statue of Prime Minister Gadjah Mada, the Trowulan Temple and the Gate of Sumpah Pemuda.

  • Indonesian Independence

    With the statues of President Soekarno and Vice President Hatta, who read the Proclamation of Indonesian Independence.

  • Present Day Indonesia

    Present day Indonesia is shown through miniature train diorama in HO scale (1:87) in a 200m2 area, set against the backdrop of Indonesia’s cities and rural area. The exhibit will be comprised of over 50 locomotives along with 300 passenger and goods carriages.

  • Future of Indonesia

    This area has a library and three museums that showcase the various cultural heritage and legacy of the nation such as wayang, batik, weaving and embroidery.

At the end of the journey, visitors are treated with scenic cliff view, overlooking verdant rice terraces and lush jungle, with the waters of Melangit River rush below. Taman Nusa has supporting facilities such as:

  • Bima Theatre

  • Exhibition Space

  • Souvenir Shops

  • Dapur Nusa Restaurant

    Indonesian Food

  • Royal Sidan Restaurant

    International Cuisine

  • Seven Cafeterias

  • Two Performance Stages

    With scheduled dance performances throughout the day