Denpasar City Tour
Badung traditional market
Bajra Sandi Monument
Denpasar City is a capital of Bali Province since 1960 up to now where previously it was a capital of Badung Empire which is controlling the south part region of Bali Island from the end of 18 century until conquered by Dutch in 1906. Denpasar is a place for Bali Governor's office therewith all offices from private sector until important government office like telecommunications, post office, bank, airline and hospital.
Denpasar is a fast growing town especially since the tourism industry growth around 1960. Denpasar is populated by 561.814 people. Gajah Mada Street is main road in this town as the shopping centre and the edge of this street, exactly in the middle of crossroad had been built a statue which is called Catur Muka Statue. Catur Muka Statue is a statue owning four faces by observing four directions from north, south, east and west. This statue is made on 1972 and it's building to commemorate the Badung War on 20 September 1906 which is well known as Puputan Badung.
This tour will visit Badung Traditional Market, Bali Museum, Jagatnatha Temple, Tohpati Batik Collection, Bajra Sandhi Monument, Sanur Beach. Also You can stop at the interesting places to take some pictures as long as the trip.
Pick up at your hotel is at 08.30 am or based on your request
Visit Badung Traditional Market
At traditional market, you will find the transaction voice among buyer and merchant with multifarious merchandise according to the life need like daily kitchen need, appliance of Hindu ritual, fruits until the traditional clothes. In this market, you will find the unique thing from the local people especially the women when carrying the material or any items with extremely heavy, she put all of them on her head with a big basket.
Visit Bali Museum
Bali Museum is located just the next door of Jaganata Temple and in this museum you will find a lot of the ancient monument of prehistory owns very high artistic value. The collection are available in this museum provides different experience on your tour. If the museum is not opened on the day of your tour, we will offer the alternative to visit Bali Art Centre to see the biggest open theater in Denpasar town.
Visit Jagatnatha Temple
Jagatnata Temple is the biggest Hindu temple in Denpasar town which many visited by Hindu people in Denpasar to pray in particular on full moon and black moon. This temple is designed very beautiful with full of religious and artistic ornaments. In the center of temple area, there is a high temple building encircled by the fertile tropical garden. From the temple building until the entrance gate, you will find the Balinese decoration with full of meaning.
Visit Tohpati Batik Collection
Tohpati Village is popular destination for batik hand weaving. The place offers beautiful designs of weaving inspired by religious mythologies to everyday encounters, spread throughout the world.Batik is a traditional form of painting fabric. They painstakingly use dots and lines from wax to decorate the cloth. It is very impressive to watch. It would be impossible to visit or live in Indonesia and not be exposed to one of the country’s most highly developed art forms, batik.
Visit Bajra Sandhi Monument
Bajra Sandhi Monument is a luxury monument standing up in the middle of Denpasar town. This monument is a symbol of Bali people struggle to fill the independence after the Dutch Colonial gone from this country. The target of this monument is immortalize the soul and spirit of Bali people struggle, dig, looking after, developing and also preserves the Balinese culture to be bequeathed to next generation.
Lunch at local restaurant in Sanur
Visit Sanur Beach
Sanur Beach is a beautiful white sandy beach with calm and warm seawater located in east part of Denpasar Town. The beach location in eastside and south part of Sanur Village is an edge of Indonesia Ocean. This place has famous since long time, especially when the happening of the Puputan Badung war on 20 September 1906, where that moment the Dutch colonist land its army in this coast. There is a stone monument found in this place as an inscription of Sri Kesari Warmadewa King with the palace in Singhadwala year 917, whereabouts now there are in Blanjong, southern part of Sanur Beach.
Back to your hotel
You will be returned at your hotel at about 18.00 hours