Bali Swing – The Complete Guide To The Famous Giant Swings In Ubud

Bali Swing

There are a great host of things to see, experience and do in Bali from raving till the cows come home in Kuta or cafe-hopping in Seminyak, but perhaps one of the more popular draws among tourists these days is the adrenaline pumping, Bali Swing.

Located in Ubud, Bali, the Bali Swing is fairly new playground that boasts a number of giant swings—some going up to as high as 78 metres above ground—that not only makes for one heck of a heart-pumping joyride, but gives visitors a spectacular view of the forest and coursing river directly below it. But fret not if you’re not a fan of heights because there are also giant overhanging pods modelled after bird nests that you can sit and admire the view in just the same.

For the thrill seekers or those who simply want to relish in the playground’s tropical vibes, Bali Swing is definitely something you need to include in your itinerary for your next Bali getaway.

Bali Swing Collage


Bali Swing houses numerous jungle swings ranging from 10m, 15m, 20m and 78m above ground. A treat for adrenaline junkies, each swing comes with its own unique thrill factor so depending on how ballsy you are, choose your swing wisely.

But regardless of the swing you choose, you will still be guaranteed a pretty spectacular view unlike any other—one that overlooks the river, tropical greenery and waterfall.

Bali Swing Nest

If you’re not a fan of heights but still want a beautiful photo to take away from the experience, consider one of their many ‘Hanging Nests’ that are scattered around the playground.

Wedged between two enormous palm trees, these nest-like structures serve as look-out points but also make for good spots for photos. A ladder is positioned below it allowing guests to climb onto it and is eventually removed to make it seem—in photos—as if you were dangling in midair among the tall trees.

Bali Swing Swing

Other attractions include the Butterfly Garden, Helicopter, Heart-shaped Rock and Huge Stone—all of which come with a magnificent view overlooking the valley as well as the canyon and waterfall.


The location of Bali Swing is very far inward and the only possible way in would be through booking a driver or a taxi. But courtesy to the folks at Bali Swing, there are a number of hassle-free options you can consider.

  • PAID TRANSFER SERVICE (from your hotel/villa/homestay):
    Car transfer service to & from your hotel/villa in Ubud (6 USD or S$9)—at least 2 people required with a maximum distance of 15km from Bali Swing; other locations will be additionally calculated; single person pays double price.
    Free shuttle bus service from the ‘Queen’s of India’ Indian Restaurant in Ubud, Jalan Suweta (near the Ubud Palace). To book a seat on the free bus, send a request via WhatsApp at either +62 878 8828 8832 or +62 877 7708 8801, stating the day and time of pick-up and the number of people. Reservation is mandatory.

Bali Swing View


BALI SWING ACTIVE PACKAGE — 35.00 USD (S$48) per person

Includes entrance fee, open bar (soft drinks, coffee, tea, water, cake), lunch buffet and 13 activities: 4 single swings (10m, 15m, 20m and 78m above ground), old-school tandem swing, 4 nests, butterfly garden, helicopter, heart-shaped rock in the jungle and huge stone over the edge above the valley with an amazing view of the canyon and waterfall.

BALI SWING ENTRANCE PACKAGE — 10.00 USD (S$14) per person

Includes entrance fee, open bar (soft drinks, coffee, tea, water, cake), lunch buffet, butterfly garden, helicopter, heart-shaped rock and huge stone.


  • Photo shooting service (swing and nests area).
  • Buggy ride down to the river beach and back to the top.
  • Tubing excursion at front of river waterfall with photo shooting service.
  • Towels on the river beach.
  • Additional drinks (beer, coconut water, soft drinks), snacks & ice cream.

Bali Swing
Jl. Dewi Saraswati, 80352
Bongkasa Pertiwi, Kapubaten Bandung,
Bali (Banjar Tegal Kuning)
Tel: +62 878 8828 8832 / +62 877 7708 8801
Daily: 8am – 5pm

For more recommendations, read our Bali guides to discover the best places to visit on the island.