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Bali - Denpasar

Alam Puri Art Museum Resort & Spa and tribal art museum is a top end pool resort with a private pool offering cheap room rates. High in the hills on the northern side of Denpasar, surrounded by the intimate proximity of tropical nature is the beautiful sanctuary of the Alam Puri Art Museum Resort & Spa. With views that glide through the valleys, forests and rice paddies and span across the entire island accompanied by the tranquil sound of wildlife in the mountain fresh climate, truly is a dreamy paradise escape with gardens reminiscent of a fairyland tale with streams, full-bodied foliage and a dynamic landscape providing a real feast for the eyes.With only twelve units,  six private pool villas and four Royal pool villas this luxury wonderland where every villa has a pool is certainly a cut above the average. Located just out of the village of Ubud the Alam Puri Art Museum Resort & Spa benefits from being away from them and within a quiet dreamy undeveloped location where you can let your mind drift of your private balcony far over the astonishing views of Bali. The Puri Spa and tribal art museum are mod-ethnic where traditional layout and design, as well as architecture, has been the inspiration behind this modern building that has incorporated the latest ideas and techniques in villa resort building, lighting, and presentation. Therefore the Alam Puri Resort & Spa offers a seemingly perfect hideaway of modern luxury within traditional values.    Alam Puri Art Museum Resort & Spa Rooms: Rooms are incredibly well decorated with fantastic interior design that has been incorporated from the very beginning into the design of the building. The end product is warm homely ethnic feel with modern luxury and extensive amenities. Rooms come are fully air-conditioned with satellite television and wireless internet access, hot and cold drink making facilities, housekeeping, DVD players, etc.There is a kitchen, separate bathrooms a lounge area and a large private garden featuring the private pool, sundeck and landscapes feature providing you with your personal intimate space within the intimate resort. All rooms come with full amenities including irons, hair dryers, bathrobes, and slippers, etc.   Alam Puri Art Museum Resort & Spa Services & Facilities: Alam Puri Resort bringing out the theme of art collection and nature where you can enjoy the panoramic view of the green rice paddy fields, getting close to the local community where you can learn Balinese village life and appreciate local’s culture. It needs about 30 minutes to drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport and is also 30 minutes drive from the center of Ubud meaning you will enjoy a peaceful stay away from the crowd and the fantastic view of nature in resort’s surrounding. Traveling to the center of Ubud is easy though as Alam Puri Villa provides free shuttle service that will drop you off and take you back to the resort. Dining at the restaurant in the Alam Puri Art Museum Resort & Spa and tribal art museum is divine as is dining in the whole Ubud area. A selection of incredible Balinese and Indonesian delicacies are perhaps better cooked and prepared in Ubud than anywhere else in Bali. At the resort, meals are as exquisite in appearance as they are in flavor and are served in a cozy romantic setting overlooking the gardens.

Denpasar is the capital city of Bali and is located in the south of the island in between Sanur and Kuta. Denpasar is home to approximately 491,500 people which is one 6th of the entire population of the province of Bali. Denpasar was originally a market town and to this day the traditional markets encapsulate the pulse of the atmosphere and feel of Denpasar. Famous for the Balinese Batik fabrics that can be purchased in their fabric form or garments such as sarongs of clothing and are pure cotton and other items and foods, the vibrant markets are still true to this day and definitely worth a visit. Every Indonesian area has its own style of Batik and the Balinese batik is vibrant and colorful making for excellent shirts and sarongs for summer where. Another great market area is in a sub town called Celuk located only 30 minutes from Kuta and is the jewelry district where you will find reams of silver and goldsmiths organized in rows offering some amazing jewelry at very low prices.

Denpasar is a great place to visit if you are staying in the south of Bali and it is possible that you may wish to visit the area out of necessity for its amazing facilities or to purchase an item that is either useful for the holiday of a bargain to take back home. Please do not be misled by the Ngurah Rai international Airport that is often referred to as Denpasar Airport or DNP, the airport is actually in Tuban which is just south of Kuta and only 30 minutes away from the centre of Denpasar itself.

Some travel guides state that Denpasar has nothing to offer in terms of a tourists visit, this is entirely untrue, ok you will not find a white sand beach in Denpasar but there are plenty of amazing areas hidden away that represent ancient Bali within this modern town. You can see some of Bali’s most important temples, grandest palaces and mansion and rich markets as just a few of the sights. If you wish to visit the area then the method is to take a day trip organized by a professional tour operator, this way you are sure to see the main sights including some of the largest art galleries and museums in the area. some of the areas of interest include the Puputan Square with the incredible Catur Mukha Statue, Pasar Badang is one of the best markets to visit with an array of foods, artwork and curios all on five floors or one of the many temples and palaces. The main temples are Pura Jagatnata Temple, the oasis of peace that is Pura Maospahit, or the elaborate palaces of Pemecutan or the royal palace of Satria.

A visit to Denpasar is a fantastic way to spend a day if you are staying in the south of Bali and it does not involve a long trip to get there, Denpasar represents the marriage of the traditional values of the rich Balinese culture and modern life.