Garuda Wisnu Cultural Park


The current entrance ticket prices for Garuda Wisnu Cultural Park Bali (GWK) are as follow:

REGULAR TICKET: IDR 120,000 / ticket

One ticket for whole day enjoyment!
NOTE: Child under 100 cm tall is free of charge

  • One Entrance Ticket to GWK Cultural Park for one person (Adult/Children/Elderly)
  • Complimentary refreshment drink at Jendela Bali Restaurant
  • Explore ASANA Artseum (The First & Biggest Thematic Museum and Photo Studio in Bali)
  • Witness a variety of Balinese Cultural Performances (Every hour, from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM local time)
  • Watch the family cinema “Petualangan Garuda Cilik” at Garuda Sineloka Mini Theater (Every hour from 10:30 AM to 7:30 PM local time)
  • The ticket is valid for the whole day! Free entry and exit to the GWK area (by requesting a stamp at the exit gate)

Ultimate Bundling Package: IDR 300,000 / ticket

It’s a full-fledge bundling package to enjoy GWK Cultural Park without hassle! One ticket for all experiences on your holiday at Bali’s Most Favorite Tourist Destination.

  • One Entrance Ticket to GWK Cultural Park for one person (Adult/Children/Elderly)
  • Access to GWK – TOP OF STATUE TOUR on the 9th & 23rd floor of Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue (FREE, including a Tour Guide)
  • Complimentary refreshment drink at Jendela Bali Restaurant
  • Explore ASANA Artseum (The First & Biggest Thematic Museum and Photo Studio in Bali)
  • Witness a variety of Balinese Cultural Performances (Every hour, from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM local time)
  • Watch the family cinema “Petualangan Garuda Cilik” at Garuda Sineloka Mini Theater (Every hour from 10:30 AM to 7:30 PM local time)
  • The ticket is valid for the whole day! Free entry and exit to the GWK area (by requesting a stamp at the exit gate)

Please confirm the schedule of GWK – TOP OF STATUE TOUR to Information Center at Ticketing Area Plaza Bhagawan **To make your trip more comfortable, we recommend purchasing ADDITIONAL Buggy Shuttle Service

Buggy Shuttle Service: IDR 40,000 / ticket

Hop on and we’ll take you directly from the ticketing area to the magnificent Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue! It’s a one-way route to save your time, before spending it by strolling around the park. Click View Details button below to check the route before proceeding your purchase

  • One route Plaza Bhagawan > Pedestal > Festival Park
  • Buggy service route sometime can be change depending on the event being held

Sold separately from Entrance Ticket
Make sure you are aware with the route before purchase the service

There are many sections of GWK cultural park that you can explore when you visit this place, such as Plaza Bhagawan, Tirta Amertha, Street theater, Plaza Kura – kura, Plaza Wisnu, Plaza Garuda, Lotus pond, Festival park, GWK big statue, Amphitheater, Asana artseum, Kencana Souvenir, Jendela Bali resto, and Beranda resto.

You can put this GWK cultural park in your tour package.


Plaza Bhagawan

Plaza Bhagawan Is The Ticketing Area!

There are three statues in the Plaza Bhagawan area, namely the statue of Bhagawan Kasyapa flanked by the statues of Dewi Winata (on the right) and Dewi Kadru (on the left).

These eggs are the eggs of the Naga from Kadru and also the eggs of Garuda and Aruna from Dewi Winata. Aruna is the brother of Garuda, whose egg was forcibly cracked by Dewi Winata, who is Aruna’s mother, causing Aruna to become angry and leave his mother.

Aruna comes from the Sanskrit word “Anuruh,” which means without thighs and legs. It was Aruna who cursed his mother to become a slave because she forcibly hatched his egg, causing him to be born prematurely.

Dewi Winata and Dewi Kadru asked for offspring from Sang Hyang Widhi, and eventually, they were given these eggs. Dewi Kadru received 1000 eggs, and Dewi Winata received 2 eggs according to their requests.

In this area, there is a maja tree.


Tirta Amertha at GWK Currently, we are at the main access point for visitors who are on foot.

Here, there is a 7-meter-tall miniature statue of GWK (Garuda Wisnu Kencana).


Street theater at GWK cultural parkDepicts the relief of Garuda Wisnu in the center of the four reliefs. It tells the story of Garuda searching for Tirta Amerta to save his mother from the slavery of a thousand nagas.

Eventually, Garuda becomes the mount of Lord Vishnu as a form of gratitude for giving Tirta Amerta.

The street theater also features an amphitheater where visitors can enjoy dances that take place every hour.


Plaza Kura- Kura at GWK BaliAt Plaza Kura – kura there is a statue of Dewi Laksmi, who is a symbol of prosperity. Dewi Laksmi is also the consort of Lord Vishnu.

Next to Dewi Laksmi, there is a statue of her attendant.

It is believed that throwing a coin into the pond can grant wishes.

There is a rock resembling a turtle’s head in the Sriwedari Garden area.

An avatar is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu as the protector of the universe. There are four reliefs of avatars: Matsya Avatar, Varaha Avatar, Kurma Avatar, and Narasimha Avatar.

– Matsya Avatar: According to the Padma Purana, the universe was once flooded by a great deluge due to continuous rain for three consecutive months. Humanity and the earth were nearly submerged. Lord Vishnu then descended to the world, taking the form of a large horned fish named Matsya Avatar.

– Varaha Avatar: There was a time when a powerful and cruel giant named Hiranyaksha reigned. He could not be killed by any weapon. To maintain world peace, Lord Vishnu incarnated as a huge wild boar named Varaha and defeated the cruel giant king.

– Kurma Avatar: According to the Padma Purana, the gods and demons fought over obtaining Tirta Amerta by churning the universe and its contents. Lord Vishnu then incarnated as Kurma Avatar, a giant turtle, to support the earth threatened with destruction by this event.

– Narasimha Avatar: Lord Vishnu took the form of a man-lion deity to defeat a powerful king named Hiranyakashipu, who could not be killed by man, beast, or even the gods. Narasimha, being neither of these, easily killed Hiranyakashipu and restored world peace.

– The turtle statue is believed that it can keep the building away from disaster.

– There are 70 steps providing access from Tirta Amerta to Plaza Wisnu.


Plaza Wisnu at GWK cultural parkIt is the highest plateau in the GWK area.

In this place stands the magnificent 23-meter-tall statue of Lord Vishnu made of copper.

There is a sacred area called Parahyangan Somaka Giri where there is a water source that never dries up, even in the dry season.

There is a statue of Dewi Ganga, who is the guardian of the water source.

There is a statue of Lembu Nandini, which is commonly used as an idol in Hindu temples


Garuda is the mount of Lord Vishnu, symbolizing loyalty, devotion, and selfless sacrifice.

Garuda looks to the left, which according to Mr. Nyoman Nuarta, signifies self-awareness. The right is associated with goodness, and the left with badness. So, as humans, we are expected to be aware that we also have flaws.

Garuda is a mythological creature with the body of a half-human, half-giant bird.


Named Lotus Pond because, when viewed from above, the cliffs resemble the petals of a lotus flower.

The philosophy of the Lotus Pond: The lotus flower is considered a symbol of purity and transcendence (divine consciousness/vertical human consciousness, not just in a religious sense but in any meaning that transcends human intellect) and spiritual liberation.

It is an outdoor area at Garuda Wisnu Kencana cultural park Bali (GWK) covering 4200 m², capable of accommodating up to 10,000 people.

Often chosen as a venue for large-scale events such as colossal music performances, international meetings, and gala dinners.


Festival park at GWK BaliSIGIROYA, also known as the Lion Rock, is a 200-meter-high rock site located in Sinhala in the Matale District, Sri Lanka. At the top of this rock, there is a palace built by King Kasyapa (477-495 AD), the son of Dhatusena, who came to power after orchestrating the murder of his father and seizing the rightful throne from his brother Mogallana. Fearing retaliation from his brother, Kasyapa built a palace atop the nearly impregnable Sigiriya rock. The giant rock is surrounded by two large moats guarded by crocodiles. This site is similar to the Festival Park area, which is related to Bhagawan Kasyapa.

– Festival Park is an outdoor area covering 5,500 m² surrounded by limestone cliffs.

– It can accommodate more than 10,000 people.

– In this Festival Park, a Gala Dinner for the IMF was held in 2018.

– Various outdoor activities are available here.


Garuda Wisnu Kencana / GWK

There is a prayer point in this area where a tamarind tree is located. If you wish to take anything from the tamarind tree, please seek permission first.

It is the 4th tallest statue in the world and the widest statue in the world, with a height of 120.9 meters and a wingspan of 64 meters.

The large Garuda Wisnu Kencana cultural park Bali (GWK) statue is made of copper, consisting of 754 modules that were shipped periodically from Bandung to Badung.

The green color of the statue is the result of the copper oxidation process, which was achieved by spraying with patina acid.

The green color is associated with nature because Lord Vishnu is believed to be the preserver of nature.

The designer of the large GWK statue is Mr. Nyoman Nuarta.

There are statues of Kang Cing Wie and King Jaya Pangus. The story goes that King Jaya Pangus married Kang Cing Wie, and because they had no offspring, King Jaya Pangus meditated at the foot of Mount Batur. The presence of the King mesmerized Dewi Danu (the guardian of Lake Batur), and eventually, King Jaya Pangus married Dewi Danu. Since he had not returned home for a long time, Kang Cing Wie went in search of her husband, King Jaya Pangus. During her journey, Kang Cing Wie met a child who was none other than the child of King Jaya Pangus and Dewi Danu. Kang Cing Wie became angry and fought with Dewi Danu. In the battle, Kang Cing Wie was assisted by King Jaya Pangus, which enraged Dewi Danu, who ultimately cursed Kang Cing Wie and King Jaya Pangus, turning them into statues.


Amphitheater at GWK BaliAn open stage for Balinese art performances that can accommodate around 800 people.

The entrance ticket to GWK includes access to the Amphitheater and the opportunity to enjoy Balinese art performances.


Asana ArtseumDisplays curated artworks and cultural values of Javanese and Balinese heritage.

There are indoor photo spots with costumes and backgrounds featuring traditional Javanese and Balinese elements such as gamelan, wayang, pawon, and others.


Kencana Souvenir Shop Shop for souvenirs and Balinese gifts.


– Enjoy lunch or dinner with a beautiful view.

– Serves traditional Indonesian and Asian cuisine.


Lunch or Dinner with traditional Indonesian menu

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