by Meetings & Conventions Asia | April 23, 2019
Visitors can dine metres away from lions as part of Bali Zoo’s new night programme.
Bali Zoo has rolled out a new dusk experience that will enable visitors to come up close with nocturnal animals, complete with hand-feeding experiences.

Visitors can observe herds of deer and meet gentle pachyderms, with opportunities to feed the mammals by hand while seated at the top of a double decker bus. Zookeepers will also be able to assist visitors in a tiger-feeding experience. 

Another unmissable experience is the opportunity to dine in the wild, where visitors can enjoy a meal seated a few metres from the zoo's resident pride of lions at the Wana Restaurant. 

There, visitors will be served a traditional Brazilian Churrasco with succulent cuts of meats. Capping off the evening's programme is a thrilling fire dance performance."Whether visiting as a couple or with the entire family, we can guarantee that your night at the zoo will be one night to remember," says Lesmana Putra, general manager of Bali Zoo. 

The Night at the Zoo programme is scheduled nightly between 5pm to 9pm.

Packages for the experience include hotel return transfers, deer feeding, elephant feeding, guided night zoo tour, nocturnal animal encounters, dinner, fire dance show and insurance.

Packages are priced at IDR 1,175,000 (US$83) for adults and IDR 825,000 for children between two and 12 years of age.