Denpasar City Tours
Pickup time: 08.15am – 08.30am at Lobby, (Approx. 5 hours).
Denpasar, the island’s capital is a bustling city that provides governmental, educational and health services, not only to its 521.000 inhabitants, but also to the entire island.
At first we will take you to Kereneng Market, one of the busiest market in town. Here we can find large range of goods, from daily needs to ritual utensils. Afterwards, we will proceed to Art Center with its fine collection of local handicrafts and paintings Continuing the trip, we will stop at Downtown Denpasar.
At close distances, we can see several interesting places, such as: Puputan Square, on September 16, 1906, this was the battleground between the invading Dutch troops and Badung people; Jagatnatha Temple, the town main temple with single shrine to The Supreme God (Sang Hyang Widhi), and Bali Museum, with large collection of prehistoric and historic items, high quality handicrafts, ritual utensils and daily tools used by the local people.
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👉 Denpasar City
Denpasar is the largest city on the island, the center of commerce and governmental administration. Belated town planning is doing its best to control the urban sprawl of the bustling little city, and the recent addition of traffic light at the busiest intersection as well as a great number of one-way street Jalan Gajah Mada is the commercial center of shops, banks and restaurant, and back onto the PASAR BADUNG market place, a sprawling complex of stalls with every imaginable commodity available from salted fish, spices and herb to gold jewelry and fine woven cloth.
Kreneng Market is one of the busiest market in town. Here we can find large range of goods, from daily needs to ritual utensils.
👉 Bali Art Center
The Werdhi Budaya Art Center was built in 1973 to the design of the prominent Balinese architect, Ida Bagus Tugur, as a showplace for Bali’s performing and fine arts. Strategically situated on Jalan Nusa Indah, Abian Kapas, Denpasar, the art center has three art galleries, including one permanent art collection, and several outdoor stages and performance pavilion including the huge open stage and arena, Ardha Candra. Seminar and exhibition hall are often utilized by local art and three are groups, and the dance, drama and music school, STSI.
👉 Puputan Square
Puputan Square is a large open square in the center of Denpasar city, the site of the famous ‘Puputan’ fight to death against the Dutch troops on 20 September 1906, when thousands of Balinese warriors, dressed in their finest Balinese regalia, and armed only with tradition weapons like keris (short draggers) and spears, hurled themselves against the lines of Dutch troops.
A monument was built at the northern part of the Puputan Square to commemorate Puputan battle. The monument shows a man and his two children carrying keris (short draggers) and bamboo spears, ready to fight.
👉 Jagatnatha Temple
One of the most beautiful temples of Denpasar is the Central Pura Jagat Natha, at the northeast corner of Puputan Square. This temple comes alive at the full moon ceremony, worshippers from all over the city gathering to make their offering and devotion.
On the main street of Denpasar , its restful shade and gnarled frangipani trees offering a welcome contrast to the hubbub of city traffic, is the market temple. Pura Melanting, where busy vendors pause to make their offerings for a prosperous.
Denpasar City Tour Rates
*Minimum for 2 persons, other charge for single traveler
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