Full Guide: The Awesome Bali Swings in Ubud
You want the Bali swing entrance fee, location, price, photos, and review, right?!
By the end of this post, you will have everything you need to visit one of the top things to do in Ubud. I’ve also heard you can do a dual swing and volcano tour – which is pretty cool!
Are you ready to rock your Instagram account with awesome photos?! Do you want to know about the Bali swing entrance fee, review, accident and opening times? You have come to the right Ubud blog.
The Bali swing in Ubud (Bongkasa) is an epic day and one you will remember. There is also the Zen hideaway swing and the Tegallalang rice terraces swings. Also, if you’re looking for amazing Instagram locations in Bali, check out the Jungle Fish Ubud on your travels.
Bali swing in Ubud price?
The Bali swing price is $35. Also, you can pay an extra $5 or $9 for pickup from your hotel in Ubud. This cost includes access to the love nests, butterfly garden, helicopter, and the heart-shaped rock in the jungle.
You can book a ticket here.
Are the Bali swings in Ubud safe – or scary?
The Bali swing accident and deaths are common topics amongst some travellers.
There has been a death at the swings and this seems to be a common question among tourists about the safety of the swings. There was a French tourist that died on this activity. But this not represents safety here.
Take it from me that the swings are very safe and you’re in good hands with the guys that work there. If you’ve been on other tours in Ubud or Bali, you may expect them to be a little rough around the edges. But this activity is well maintained.
so to answer your question: Are the swings in Bali safe and are you secured in? Take it from me they are completely safe and you are well looked after.
How far is the swing from Ubud?
The Bali swing park is 4km from the centre of Ubud. This is why I recommend hiring a scooter, or using the transportation service.
The Park Dress rental
A lot of the women turn up in very fashionable dresses for that perfect photo, with the surreal jungle backdrop. However, don’t worry if you haven’t got one with you, there’s a dress rental available on site!
You can rent a dress for a couple of dollars whilst you enjoy the swings, then you just have to give it back when you’re finished!
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Best time to go?
The best time to visit the Jungle swing in Bali is in the morning between (10am-11: 45 am). You should arrive at the swing before it opens. This way you will have to the best time and a free roam on all the swings before the tourists get there.
As the day goes at the Bongkasa Jungle swing, more and more tourists pour in to get part of the action. so for the question when is the best time to visit? This is why I say get there for the morning.
For example, 2 pm in the day is just unbearable! the ques for the swings are crazy. You can be waiting 30 minutes just to get on one of the swings.
How to get to there?
Here is how to get to the Bali swing from Ubud;
- Free transport provided by the swings company –There is a free bus to the Ubud swing from the centre of Ubud.
- Scooter rental in Ubud – We used the scooter and personally I think this is the best way of getting around Ubud if you are comfortable at driving scooters. You can rent a scooter for $5 a day. And fill it with a full tank of gas for $2. There is also free parking at the Tegalalang swing.
- Taxi – You can, of course, take a taxi to the Ubud swing and back, however, this will most likely be the most expensive option.
- Walk it through Ubud town centre – You could walk it if you wanted, but it would take you around 2 hours. This would be a great way to see the best things in Ubud up close and personal.
The Address: Jl. Dewi Saraswati No.7, Bongkasa Pertiwi, Abiansemal, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80352, Indonesia
Phone Number: +62 878-8828-8832
If you have a scooter, then I highly recommend visiting the Tanah Lot which is an awesome seaside temple in Bali.
The Bali swing opening times
The swing opens at (8 am) here is the actual opening and closing time;
- Monday: 8am – 5pm
- Tuesday: 8am – 5pm
- Wednesday: 8am – 5pm
- Thursday: 8am – 5pm
- Friday: 8am – 5pm
- Saturday: 8am – 5pm
- Sunday: 8am – 5pm
We were the first ones there and had a choice to go on all the best swings first, so I would recommend getting there early as possible for the Ubud swing opening time.
How to book the Bali swing?
There’s plenty of travel agents in Ubud and around who sell the Bongkasa swing tickets.
The best way to book the swing package is online. It’s easier and you know you will have your ticket ready so you can avoid the ques.
Book online – You can pay for the swing Bali by booking online and they will collect you from your accommodation in Ubud. This will include pick up in the morning to get to the Ubud swing for opening time and then take you back to your hotel or hostel in Ubud. There will be an extra $8 charge on top of the jungle swing cost.
Book tickets: tour package
Bali Swing Review and Instagram Photography
This is some of the best photography of the swings that we took;
The swing is an amazing jungle setting and this is why it’s one of the most popular things to do in Bali on your visit. The green forestry is stunning and it’s a surreal feeling to be swinging up to the top of the trees.
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Another awesome place to visit near the swing is the amazing Bali monkey forest. A sacred forest in Ubud that you can meet and feed free-roaming Balinese monkeys!
All these rocks and nests at the Bali swing get very crowded as the day goes on, these pics are awesome but you will have to queue for a quick picture if you visit the swings later in the day!
On the image above, you can see the restaurant at the bottom of the Bali swing adventure park. This is where you have to walk down to grab your buffet lunch.
The guys that work there are very helpful when taking pics, they do have professional photographers taking photos that you can buy. However, if you want a picture on your phone, you can just ask them to take a quick snap and they’re more than happy to that for you.
It’s a very romantic scene and if you’re on a honeymoon to Bali, then you need to come here to get some romantic photos that you can take back home with you.
One of the places best in Bali for Instagram and chilling out is the Jungle Fish Ubud infinity pool. This is also one of the best places to stay in Ubud if you’re on a luxury holiday.
The 6 other best swings in Bali
There are lots of swings in Bali to try out. Everyone has an amazing setting and is a mega experience.
Here is a list of all the best swing in Bali;
1. The Ubud swing at Zen Hideaway
This is another great swing other than the original one in Ubud. This one is cheaper than the main swing in Bali. To use this swing you will have to stay at one of the three Zen Hideaway accommodation rooms.
The Zen hideaway rooms get booked early in advance, so make sure you get booked in early as possible to avoid disappointment. Also Staying at the Zen hideaway would be a cool experience.
2. Kaja Swing
LeKaja Swing is located in the village of Carang Sari, around 8 kilometres north of Bali’s famous centre of arts and craft.
The company who owns this swing also provides an exciting day out doing white-water rafting and FlyingFox in Ubud. I did the white-water rafting, it’s epic.
- LeKaja ticket price is $30 – Not the cheapest of the swings in Bali.
3. Wanagiri Hidden Hills Swing
This epic tourist place is located in the highlands of Wanagiri and Munduk village, Sukasada district, Buleleng regency.
It will take you around 2 hours by taxi from Kuta area or Bali airport. Do you love amazing Instagram photos? Then, Wanagiri is for you, you will have plenty of sweet photo opportunities.
4. Alas Harum Swing
Want to visit one of the more popular swings in Bali?
Alas Harum Swing is one of the most popular swings in Bali which located in the village of Alas Arum. This swing is a sweet place for tasting the famous Luwakee coffee in Bali. This is amazing! Also, this swing is really popular among tourists, I mean really popular! So make sure to get there before the tourists flood the swings.
5. Bali swing Tegalalang
The sweet Tegalalang Rice Terrace Swing, which hangs between two palm trees, is located in the village of Tegalalang, north of Ubud, Gianyar, Bali.
This amazing swing is located in a typical jungle setting in Bali and you will want to make some new Instagram photos here. It is amazing.
There are two swings at Tegalalang Rice Terrace, they are both cheaper than the Ubud swings and probably offer better photo opportunities.
- Tegalalang Rice Terrace Swing Price (130.000 IDR per person)
- This swing open daily from 08:00 to 19:00.
The Tegalalang Rice Terrace Swing Price: (150.000 IDR per person)
What time does the Tegalalang Rice Terrace Swing open?
The Tegalalang opens daily from 08:00 to 19:00. This swing does have a harness, so it may not be the best swing in Bali for your Instagram photo.
6. Uma Pakel Swing
This is a less popular tourist spot in Bali. The Uma Pakel Swing is located in the village of Tegalalang, Ubud, Bali.
After your swing finishes at the Uma Pakel, you should take the opportunity to take some sweet Instagram photos of Tegallang Rice Terraces. This would be perfect for some drone photography.
- The price for an entrance fee usually is 150.000 IDR per person.
- This Uma Pake Swing Open Hours: from 08:00 to 19:00.
7. Aloha Ubud Swing
Have you got time to visit another awesome swing? The Aloha Ubud swing is one to put on your bucket list for things to see in Ubud!
Where is the Aloha swing? It easy accessible and it’s located 4-6KM from the Arjuna statue in Ubud near the awesome Tegallalang rice terraces.
The Aloha swing is a perfect Instagram location and you will more than likely see girls wearing dresses for that perfect photo with an Ubud jungle backdrop. Also, after all that thirsty swinging, you can grab yourself some famous Bali coffee at the Aloha coffee plantation.
What is the Aloha entrance fee? The price of the ticket cost is around ($20).
Check out the Google map below for the exact location of the Aloha swing;
Where to stay in Ubud
There is plenty of lush places to stay in Ubud. You can find luxury and cheap places to stay in Ubud. The hotels and homestays in Ubud cater to all types of visits. Ubud is a perfect place for backpackers and honeymoon holidays. The accommodation in this amazing place offers epic budget rooms and some amazing luxurious hotels for those of you wanting to experience a more luxurious stay in Ubud. You can also check out the Ubud Village Hotel, Kamandalu Ubud, and Alila Ubud for an epic stay!
We had an amazing day on the swings in Ubud in it’s one of the best things to do in Ubud. We would probably say that is the best activity to do in Ubud and you will have the most fun of these super cool swings.
You get to play on adult-sized swings, relax in a super-cool location, dine on a free tasty buffet and take photos you can save forever. Furthermore, the price of the swings maybe a little high, but I promise you it’s worth every penny. After you fun-packed day you can head back into Ubud for some cheap tasty food. The swing cost maybe a little expensive, however, it is worth it.