Being on the Island of the Gods, the Jagatnatha Jembrana Botanical Garden is one of the unique tourist destinations that combines the functions of plant conservation, education, botanical research and recreation. This botanical garden has an area of 5.8 hectares which is located on the main route of the Gilimanuk-Denpasar highway connecting the Dauhwaru village, Jembrana District, Jembrana Regency, Bali Province. Unlike other botanical gardens, a collection of plants in the Jagatnatha Jembrana Botanical Garden takes thematic concepts with the priority of upakara plants (plants for traditional ceremonies of Hindus) and Usada (traditional Balinese medicinal plants). The theme is in accordance with the pattern of the Hindu Jembrana community which is considered very religious and is bound to perform various cults through ceremonies that use various types of plants as offerings.
Visitors to the Jagatnatha Botanical Gardens can relax and enjoy the beauty and beauty of the botanical garden while studying the benefits of various types of collection plants for everyday life. In addition, visitors can visit the Agung Jagatnatha Temple which is located in the location of the botanical garden. This place of worship was built grand and spacious with typical Balinese artistic reliefs. On certain days visitors can also watch the Jembrana cultural arts performance at the Pura Agung Jagatnatha main stadium.