Denpasar the capital of Bali Tour
Explore the capital of Bali, the centre of historical, cultural, and economics activities of Balinese
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Start From $ 35 per Pax
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- Comfortable air conditioned Transportation
- Professional friendly English Speaking Driver
- Government Tax
- Mineral water during trip
- Personal expense
Denpasar Bali City Tour is an exciting day excursion in Bali that will take you to the bustling city of Denpasar, which is home to a number of historical, multi-cultural, traditional, and religious treasures.
Denpasar is Bali's capital and the island's principal entry point. The Ngurah Rai International Airport is roughly 14 kilometers away in the south of Bali. Is the focal point for much of Bali's economic, business, social, educational, governmental, and organizational activity.
Denpasar Bali City Tour's itinerary includes visits to Puputan Square, Jagatnatha Temple, Bali Museum, Pasar Badung Traditional Market, Bajra Sandi Monument, and an opportunity to sample Bali's signature dish, Babi Guling (Suckling pig).
An comfortable air-conditioned car transport included in our Bali City Tour, as well as fuel, tax, and with an expert and knowledgeable Balinese guide.
Time of pickup: 8:00 a.m. | Duration: 7 hours
Our driver will pick you up from your accommodation and take you to Denpasar, the island's capital city, where you will discover a Balinese cultural centre. The ancient Puputan Square in Denpasar's city center will be your first visit.
Because of its mix of open space and interesting monuments, this bustling gathering spot is a favorite of both locals and visitors.
Visit the Balinese family memorial, which commemorates the fight of the Badung rajas against the invading Dutch troops in 1906.
Next to it, the largest Hindu temple in Denpasar is Jagatnata Temple, which is frequented by Hindus in Denpasar who come to pray, especially during the full and dark moons. This temple is exquisitely designed, with religious and artistic embellishments galore.
There is a high temple edifice in the heart of the Jagatnatha temple complex, which is surrounded by a lush tropical garden.
Balinese decoration with deep meaning can be found all the way from the temple building to the entrance gate.
Continue on to Bali's Museum, which is located next to the former royal palace. For 30 to 40 minutes, wander the museum's collection, admiring its diverse array of objects ranging from 20th century art to prehistoric ages.
Musical instruments, sculpture, theatrical masks, textiles, and paintings are among the artifacts on display at the museum, which celebrates Indonesian culture.
Keep a watch out for exhibits on Balinese teeth filing, as well as wedding and funeral ceremonies.
Proceed to the colorful Pasar Badung (an Indonesian word for "market"), which displays local Balinese daily necessities or local product trading and is highly busy with distinctive activities and welcoming Balinese smiles.
You will find a transaction voice between buyer and merchant with a wide range of items based on daily needs such as daily kitchen needs, Hindu ritual appliances, fruits, and traditional clothing.
In this market, you will notice something distinctive from the locals, particularly the women, who, when transporting materials or other products that are exceptionally heavy, carry them all on her head with a large basket.
Continue your journey to the Bajra Sandhi Tribute, a key landmark in Denpasar Bali and a monument to the Balinese people's sufferings, located in the heart of Renon Square.
The site is close to the Bali Governor's office, and its massive structure, which resembles a Balinese Hindu priest's praying bell, or 'bajra,' is difficult to miss.
A museum on the base houses historical dioramas depicting the people's previous struggle for independence.
Inside, there are three levels. On the ground floor, you can see the overall structure's typical Balinese architectural features.
The majority of the diagrams and dioramas depicting the Balinese people's pre-history and history are on the second floor.
The top floor offers panoramic views of the green square and the rest of Denpasar's cityscape.
The Bajra Sandhi Monument is located on a 4,900-square-meter site inside the 14.4-acre grounds of the square's flat green grass, gardens, and palm trees.
It features 33 dioramas depicting the history of Bali from prehistoric times (300,000 BC), when humans were still moving and heavily reliant on nature, through the independence age (1950– 1975), when the island's development encompassed all aspects of political, economic, and social cultures. Take a few unforgettable shots before being transferred to a nearby restaurant for lunch and then back to your accommodation.
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