Discover one of the world’s most stunning and progressive places of learning. From soaring bamboo structures to the beautiful Ayung river, our paths through the jungle will take you on an incredible journey. We respect our students and teachers and offer opportunities to visit that are both impactful for guests and sensitive to our community.

Do you want to visit our campus?


We are open on Tuesday and Thursday. In this tour, guests have the opportunity to explore learning spaces, student projects, jungle groves and hear the history and philosophy of teaching and learning the ‘TV Way.’ These tours are limited to 30 guests and must be booked in advance. We invite you to click the button above to check the schedule and availability. All proceeds from tours go towards supporting our young changemakers and their projects.


Prospective Green School Bali families are encouraged to learn more about our campus, teaching team, learning programme and our admissions process by signing up for our Virtual Open Days or Open Days. You can also connect with us by watching previous Virtual Open Days or subscribing to our newsletter. Families with an application in process for 2024 or beyond can also connect with our Admissions team to book a call. Visit our Admissions page to get started.


For a more personalized tour, we invite you to connect with us and explore possibilities. We accommodate private and larger tour groups outside of school hours, wherever possible and appreciate two weeks notice for any requests. Contact to begin exploring Private Tours possibilities. All proceeds from tours go towards supporting our young changemakers and their projects.



General Information

Our primary focus is the safe and respectful learning environment for our students. We therefore kindly request your cooperation with our tour guidelines:

  • Tour is only be happening after the school hours (3:30 PM)
  • Reservations Required
  • ID will be required to enter TV
When to arrive?

We strongly recommend that you arrive 15 minutes before the start of your appointment for check-in and registration. If for any reason you arrive later than the start of the tour, you may be asked to reschedule for another day. Please identify yourself as your chosen type of tour at the welcome desk.

What to bring?

The walk around TV will be an adventure. We are located on a steep ravine, so be prepared with the right walking shoes or sandals as we will be walking on rocks, and going up and down many steps. We don’t recommend bringing heavy backpacks or luggage. We suggest wearing light clothes and bringing an umbrella or raincoat, especially during the rainy season.

What to expect?

Our weekday tours run on a normal school day, so there are plenty of opportunities to see our campus structures and learning environment from the outside. So as not to disturb the learning programme, our weekday tours do not go inside our wall-less classrooms, but you will get to see our famous Millennial Bridge, Sangkep (assembly hall), walk through our iconic Heart of School building and much more.

Is The Tour Child-Friendly

We understand that different families have different expectations. Our school campus is rugged by design and intention, and has steep inclines and uneven surfaces, so please plan accordingly if you are bringing small children and babies. The TV tour is a walking tour where pushchairs are not possible around our campus, although you may leave your pushchair at our welcome center. We have many families who visit our campus with children of all ages, but please be advised that it can be a hot and humid experience and we highly recommend bringing sunblock, a hat, and a refillable water bottle.

Photography & Filming

You will be advised when you are allowed to take photos during your tour. Please respect that we are a school and refrain from taking photos of students or staff from close-up or from afar at any point during the tour.

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