Great activity to do ..... really engaging up Close with animals and a beautiful clean zoo to experience
Breakfast in the zoo might be a common thing, but breakfast with Orangutan? That would be one kind of an experience! As the first one in Indonesia, Bali Zoo has launched a ‘Breakfast with Orangutans’ program. Now, guests are not only able to eat breakfast like a king, but also with some of the kings in the jungle: orangutans. The package comes with a hotel pick-up around 7 a.m., and the van that picks up the guests will then head straight to the zoo. Once arrived, guests can still breath the fresh air of Gianyar, feel the breeze, embrace the light morning fog, and hear the chirpy birds and other animals that are just awake and ready to snooze off your sleepy mode on.
The Zookeeper will guide guests to Gayo Restaurant at Kampung Sumatra, see the orangutans play in the playground. Other fauna’s will also be joining the hearty breakfast. A scrumptious breakfast is served during Breakfast with Orangutan. Start with assorted tropical fruits or fruit juice, followed by freshly baked bread, and optional choices of main course that ranged from Fried Rice, Buttermilk pancake, Classic Cereals and more. Complete your morning with a cup of Balinese coffee or warm English breakfast tea to compote a perfect ending to your breakfast quest.
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We went on a Monday and it didn't seem very busy at the zoo although there were a lot of people at the Breakfast with the Orangutans. Apparently, they assign you a table number on your receipt/ticket, but they didn't tell us so we sat...More
What an amazing experience. Get in early to beat the lines and begin enjoying the most variety you could ask for in a breakfast. The way it works is you’re assigned a table number, approx 30 in total and once the trainers are ready, they...More
Breakfast was very good (wide variety of good-tasting food)! Unfortunately the actual breakfast with orangutans experience wasn’t. The picture on the website displayed at least 4 orangutans hanging around the breakfast tables as you feast, with elephants bathing in the background. Reality: there was only...More