This well-known destination on the eastern edge of Puputan Square is a good place to be dropped off by taxi. The museum was built by the Dutch after the puputan of 1906 and 1908 as part of their new policy to preserve Balinese cultural rather than bombard it to death. The museum’s architecture is itself a subject if this ethnological museum : the buildings incorporate various aspect of temple and palace architecture from different regions of Bali. The collections are very fine, but unfortunately their preservation and display are not.
DENPASAR KUMBASARI ART MARKET
The commercial crux of Denpasar.
this market is sourthwest of the intersection of Gajah Mada and Jalan Sulawesi.
This is a serios market
one that gets roaring at 2 A.M.
In daylight hours you can find mountains of things
to buy from gilf-painted parasols with a 7-foot span to sacks of cloves and baskets of blue hydreangeas.
TANAH LOT TEMPLE
According to legend, the temple Pura Pakendungan, better known now as Pura Tanah lot, was founded by the 16th-century priest Danghyang Nirarth out of sheer adoration for the natural beauty of the landscape here. It’s not hard to understand why : the power of the sea and the abrupt drama of the coastline here are awe-inspiring. The little temple sits atop an outcrop of rock in the surf, guarded by sea snakes. It is currently undergoing a major offshore reef conservation project, and heavy machinery temporarily spoil the view, but these works will eventually protect the temple from erosion and collapse.
The trip starts visiting
-Bajra sandi monument
- Regular Tours Price:
USD 40/car ( 1 till 6 person included)
USD 65/minibus ( 1 till 12 person included)
USD 100/minibus ( 1 till 17 person included)
USD 185/bus ( 1 till 30 person included)
Inclusion: Private Car / Minibus / Bus + Petrol + English Speaking Driver
- Inclusive Tours Price:
Note: For Inclusive Price is minimun Booking 2 Person
Tours as per itinerary, with air-conditioned and fuel , English speaking driver , All Entrance fee or Donantion, Lunch and Mineral water.
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