In Short

Imagine swinging over lush green forests, rice fields, river valleys, and towering cliff. That’s what you will get from Bali Swing — the latest activity from Bali tourism that will give you an adrenaline rush and Insta-worthy pictures.

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Best For: Adventure lovers, scenic beauty
Opening Hour: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Entry Fee: Starting from 10 USD- 35 USD depending on the provider
How Much Time To Spend: 30 minutes on the swing per person


What’s So Awesome About It

Situated at picturesque locations, these swings sometimes even resembling a bird’s nests hanging way up in the sky. Bali swing allows the travellers to suspend between two enormous and sturdy palm trees. With this, people are able to capture many breathtaking sights of the terraced rice fields, deep canyons, and the tropical jungles as you glide in mid-air. Safety has always been given top priority. Hence, the swings are well maintained and the travellers are safely harnessed before each ride.

The uniqueness of enjoying this activity would be in choosing the position setting of the swing rides, namely the natural view, daring cliff view, symmetric plantations view, or a romantic river view.  Different heights of swings are available like the 15 meters, 20 meters, and 78 meters above the ground depending on the individual’s preference. Ubud Swing Park offers 15 different swings along with three tandem swings.


What’s The Catch

While Bali swing is safe for all tourists, participants who are pregnant or suffering from any heart ailments should avoid this adrenaline boosting activity. Trekking down the steep slopes to reach the place can be tricky during the rainy seasons. Ensure that you wear comfortable footwear to avoid ankle sprains. Although the entry fee for children below 5 years is free, infants below 2 years are not recommended to ride the swing due to safety reasons


Pro Tip

  • Due to its growing popularity, the waiting queue for this activity could be long, so try to reach this place before the opening time, the earlier the better.
  • Morning is the best time to visit this place as the light is soft and not too bright. Try to avoid late afternoon swings as pictures don’t come out nicely during this time.
  • Wear bright coloured dresses that stand out from the evergreen Balinese jungle background.