What to See

Nusa Penida

Penida Island or Nusa Penida has unspoiled scenery, the island is about 15 kilometers from the coast of Bali, in addition to two other small islands namely Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan islands. In addition to snorkeling and diving tours, the island is famous for stingrays and mola-molas (the

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Denpasar

Denpasar is the capital of Bali Province. This city is the most populous city in Bali. Tourists who come to Bali will tend to see choosing to go to other locations on the island as soon as they arrive. Maybe not much is offered to tourists in this densely populated city, but a closer look at tourists will find a

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Bali Museum

The State Museum of Bali Province is the oldest museum on the island of Bali, with more than 10,000 objects on display. Built in the architectural style of the Balinese era, the museum consists of several buildings and pavilions which display collections of many prehistoric artifacts, ceremonial equipment

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Badung Market

Badung Market is the oldest and largest market in Bali, located in the heart of the island capital of Bali, Denpasar. The 4-storey market structure caught fire in 2016 and until now the market is still in a temporary replacement location, most stall owners are placed in and around a converted supermarket. Aside

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Kehen Temple

Partly shaded by branches falling from the old banyan tree, Kehen Temple is a place of respect for Hindu gods. Based on the inscriptions written in Sanskrit, Balinese and Javanese the temple was founded in the 11th century. This temple is a temple of the royal state of Bangli and is considered one of the best

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Bedugul

Bedugul is located north of Denpasar in the central highlands of Bali, is one of the centers of adventure sports on the island of Bali, with canyoning, trekking, kayaking and water sports all on offer. Where Ubud, another highland resort has skyrocketed to become popular in recent years, Bedugul has remained

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Bali Butterfly Park

In this well-preserved and fertile cage, visitors can walk through the area with a roof of the net to see 15 different species of butterflies in all phases of metamorphosis. This is a knowledge visit for children because the park staff discuss the transformation of caterpillars into cocoons and then grow wings,

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Bajra Sandhi Monument

Bajra Sandhi Monument is located in front of the Bali Governor’s Office in Renon, Denpasar. Located in a beautiful park, built to mark the struggle of Balinese people throughout history. This is a cultural monument to Balinese people and offers a place to visit in the middle of a busy city for

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Taman Ujung Water Palace

Built at the beginning of the 20th century, the Istana Air Ujung Palace is the former palace of King Karangasem. It is located only a few kilometers from Amlapura in eastern Bali and has several swimming pools and a number of historic buildings, all set against the backdrop of Mount Agung and the east

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Bali Botanic Garden

In the heart of the quiet lake region of Bedugul with an altitude of 1,240 meters above sea level, in the middle of the beautiful central highlands of Bali, there is the Bali Botanic Garden. Plant lovers can enjoy sightseeing in the forests and gardens full of orchids and native Balinese plants, while families

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Saraswati Temple Ubud

Dedicated to the Hindu goddess of learning, wisdom, music and art, Pura Saraswati in Ubud is a wonderful place for worshipers and visitors. Water parks and lotus ponds flow to elegant structures, enriched with carved carvings. This temple creates an atmosphere of atmosphere for Balinese dance

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Museum Puri Lukisan

One of the three large art galleries in Ubud, Puri Lukisan Museum is located in the center of Ubud. This museum collection not only includes paintings and drawings of Bali but also wood carvings and works of foreign artists. Puri Lukisan Museum is the oldest art museum in Ubud founded in 1956 by

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