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Bali - Denpasar

Tour to Denpasar Bali visting the interested place including the historical and cultural areas of Denpasar then the best way to make the most of them is to embark on a tour of the area. This way for a very reasonable price you will be able to make the most of this area in just one day. You will be able to enjoy the incredible energy of the markets in the centre of the city which offer gold and silver as well as plenty of other items, local delicacies and all kinds of interesting souvenirs unique to Bali with the help of the guides. The tour to Denpasar covers great temples which are some of the main attractions of the city and are interesting and fascinating and offer some great photo opportunities. Other areas of interest include the museums which exhibit Bali’s fascinating history and art as well as other aspects of the culture of Bali.Denpasar is the centre of the south of Bali and although it is probably more important to the locals then the tourists, it is often overlooked as it offers so much in terms of sightseeing and memorable experience located so close to all of the main holiday areas. Access into Denpasar is excellent from any area of Bali where you will excellent roads leading into Bali from all directions. The traffic around Denpasar can be very busy and with such a different style of driving to many countries and a number of one way systems, it really is better to use a tour or a driver efficiency as well as safety. Apart from this Denpasar is a safe city and there are no other dangers to report other than the open drainage in some areas for releasing the topical rain water. Obviously with this said it is wise to use the usually travel sense in terms of your valuables.
Denpasar Shopping Guides. Denpasar is the administrative capital city of Bali and is the center of business for the whole part of Bali. It is also the distribution points for all regencies in Bali. As the center of living, you will no find any nightlife here. Denpasar is not as glamour as Kuta but is still very crowded during business hotels.Denpasar does not have many attractive tourist shopping area. It offers selection of shopping centers and super markets with attractive prices. Te prices are much better than any tourist shops around Kuta, Seminyak or Ubud.Badung Traditional and Art Market.You can buy some fresh groceries in this traditional market and souvenirs.Kumbasari MarketJust next to Badung Market. This market just burn out last few months, but you can still find handicraft and clothes with inexpensive price.andnbsp;Kereneng MarketGroup of many sellers in one open area. This market sells clothes and many house tools. The quality is not the best one but it still good. Open at 7 untill dawn.Matahari, Robinson and RamayanaThese malls are close each other where many local brands are displayed. Located in the center of the city.andnbsp;Erlangga 1 and 2Well known as Pusat Oleh Oleh where many of local tourist buy gift to bring home. The prices are fix and cheap with hundreds range of items the same as in shops around Kuta, Sanur and Seminyak.Mama and Leon Factory OutletOutlet offers cheaper price than the authentic shop.Rimo PlazaLocated just in front of Ramayana. This mall has numbers selected items of computer stuffs such as flash drive, components of computer, laptop, cell phone and computer accessories and others. Compare the prize from one shop to another to get cheaper prize.
Maospahit Temple is located on the southern part of Denpasar. This is an old Hindu Balinese temple and the main gate was made of brick relief. The statue is made of clay representing a big Chinese man, a demon and a mythical bird (burung Garuda). The main entrance to the temple on Dr Sutomo Street, is opened only on festival days.The oldest part of this temple was brought from Majahpahit when Bali was under the influence of the biggest Majapahit Kingdom. The name of Pura Maospahit is derived from Bhatara Maospahit, thedescent divinities (dewa) of Balinese. On the left of the gate is a pillar with relief of a big demon and this pillar is made of bricks. Pura Maospahit had been reconstructed in order to meet the Balinese culture. The style of the gates are not the same as its origin when it was built during the power of Majapahit. Relief of Garuda witha Picher of the elixir water ?Amerta? is located on the main gates in the west part of the temple complex. Whereas in the right of the gates was relief of a demon, coiled around by a serpent (Naga). Denpasar is located within easy access from all major parts of Bali by any mode of transportation. If you are staying on the southern part of the island, the taxi ride will take around 20 to 30 minutes away. The alternative is renting a motorbike or joining local sightseeing tour.Accommodation in DenpasarDenpasar does not have star rating hotels but you may still find simple accommodation such as Adi Yasa Hotel, Nakula Familiar Inn, Inna Bali Hotel and Two Brothers. If you want to taste the authentic Balinese and Indonesian foods, then we recommend to visit Betty, Depot Rama, and Hong Kong.
The Tirta Empul Temple is otherwise known as the Tampak Siring temple and is a holy spring water temple situated in the Tampak Siring Village in the Gianyar regency about 40km east of the centre of Denpasar. In this east area of Bali there are many roads that are less traveled then in the south and the west which make for some beautiful journeys through the rice paddies and past the deserted beaches that line the coast all the way up island. The trip to Tirta Empul is no exception and is located within a hill where it has been set for centuries encircled by the hill. Founded by the first president and changed to its current name from the original names of Tirta Ri air Humpul which means the emerging water or holy pool and Petirthan which means water emerging from the land. Tirta Empul is about an hours drive from the airport and is even closer if you are staying in a hotel in Sanur. The trip is also excellent, if not better if you are coming from Ubud.The holy spring itself is set into the mountain and now has a temple built around the natural opening meaning the water that emerges from the ground is the center piece of the Temple. The Tirta Empul is unlike any of the other temples for this reason and has one of the oldest histories of all the temples in Bali. It is said that it was first deemed holy in 882 by king Indrajayasinghawarmadewa who first began to develop the temple that you see today. The water was said to be the definitive creation as it was fresh, clean and was rising out of the ground itself. The understanding was that all of the water in the world originates from this source or at least that it was extremely important for the life of the island.According to the old papyrus of Usana, it is said that the Tirta Empul was created by Bhatara Indra (sun deity) who was a very miraculous king known to perform miracles throughout his life and at a whim. He was also a very arrogant man who referred to himself as a God although there were people who followed this belief and to this day he is recognized as an extremely holy person.When at the spring it is important to wear a sarong and remove your shoes to show respect for the areas importance to the Balinese people and their beliefs. It is possible to borrow sarongs if you do not have one although other than this there are no real other things to bear in mind from a respect point of view other than to be calm and quiet as you would in any holy place. The Tirta Empul is well worth a visit even for those who have already visited a few temples as the springs give it a real air of life and spirituality.
Despite its formal entitlement of a capital city, Denpasar rounds up a distinct hype rather than metropolitan busy fuss. Easy afternoons allow you to stroll by alongside Badung River, a famed stream where eclectic shops teemed with delicatessens glitter just across the water. A quest for souvenirs is much delighted due to Kumbasari’s presence. Its prevailing reputation as an absolute homey corner containing various curios and local endearing fabrics has spread most-likely subtle intrigue, gaining foreign travelers to drop by on every visit. Multifarious bags in particular materials and sizes, especially the straw-pattern ones, may come right in to complete your private fancy collection. Meanwhile, local loafer shoes, batik scarf, Bali sarongs, and barong loose T-shirt top in for must-buy items. Indulge your creative, artful mind otherwise with purchasing exotic carvings over masks, statuettes, or house decorations, including native paintings, unique lamp shades, and dining table knick-knacks.Another haven to avid shoppers is Gajah Mada Street. You could easily scour good local products starting early morning to late night since these seller crowds fling their wide-open doors warmly almost all day long. Roaring to be the largest among all, Badung Shop, the previous river’s namesake, exhibits a very attractive array of fine handicrafts that simply appeal too alluring to be ignored. Colorful brush strokes on canvases may dominantly fascinate your visual pleasure along with other fine art masterpieces like overwrought iron figures, trinkets, and so on. There are also applied art crafts occupying on the other side, flaunting wonderful potteries, ornamented game pieces – such as chess and backgammon – and intricate vases. Only one trouble might arise at the end; picking only one object to bring home would sound inadequately covetous.More of authentic taste but in a bigger proportion, there lays Bajra Sandhi Monument in the city center, at Renon. Preserving historical archives in a sublime architectural artwork redefines Bali past achievements as not only sentimental nostalgias but also an important heritage to convey for the proceeding generations. The three-storey luxurious confinement is equipped with enough tranquility, letting you take a better look on the thirty-three miniature sets recounting the initial years of Hindu teaching spread in the blessed island.One floor up from the second-storey diorama is a sprawled space where you can savor the city’s meaningful facets. You can peek on the busy traditional markets and one immense shrine, Jagatnata Temple, jutting out amidst millions of houses. The towering temple retains a long-time tradition over mass praying when the full moon reappears. Its massive construction holds gods in golden chisels, sitting on seven-tiered throne of coralline limestone. Most impressively, a cosmic turtle and two giant serpents are lurking in petrifaction amid the lower layers. A picture of both Bajra Sandhi Monument and Jagatnata Temple, complemented perfectly with local souvenirs shall always retell how beautiful Denpasar is.

Denpasar Special Town is the youngest regency in Bali, well known as the provincial capital of Bali replacing Singaraja around 1958. In early ages, Denpasar was the capital city of ancient kingdom and it was slowly changed to be a trading and modern city, but still keep their tradition continued.

As the centre of economic industry, Denpasar has been attracted many visitors from another area in Bali as well as from other parts of  Indonesia. Facilities and economic structures have been well developed here. The population grow around 3,01% per year with total amount around 522.386 people, and average population is about 4.088 people per square km. Denpasar covers 127.8 square km of land and divided into 3 sub-district : West Denpasar, South Denpasar, and East Denpasar.

Although Denpasar is a economic-centre city, a tourism area still can be found there. Since many years ago, Sanur has become one of attractive tourism area and has been famous for all around the world, with beautiful golden beaches, suitable accommodations for all budget, shops and restaurants.

Others places of interest in Denpasar

  • Bali Museum - The building becomes a research work and exhibitions, and also show many collections of  Balinese art works.
  • Pemecutan Palace - An ancient palace from 16th century, now become a hotel with original Balinese architecture.
  • Catur Muka Statue
  • Famous Temples - Petilan Pengrebongan Temple, Jagatnatha Temple, Maospahit Temple and Sakenan Temple
  • Prasasti Blanjong - It is a historical artifacts located at Blanjong Temple, Sanur.
  • Jaya Sabha Building - It is a resident of Bali Governor designed in Balinese Traditional Architecture
  • Puputan Square - It is an open large square, built to commemorate a war against Dutch troops. The war was named Puputan.
  • Jro Kuta Palace - A palace which has unique design building, is located at Kumbakarna Street
  • Kumbasari Market - a Traditional art market, sells wide range of handicrafts and Balinese arts.
  • Kesiman Palace
  • Sanur Beach - Beautiful golden sand beaches surrounding with wide range of hotels, shops and restaurants.
  • Kreneng Market - A night bazaar with various kind of foods and daily commodities are sold in inexpensive price.
  • Satria Market - A traditional market sells art craft on second level and daily commodities on first level.
  • Le Mayeur Museum - Used to be a home of Germany painter, now it is opened for public with many painting collections of the artist
  • Satria Palace - An unique design building which used to be a place for meeting of ancient kings.
  • Sidik Jari Museum (Finger prints Museum) - Painting here are painted using a tip of fingers to create the harmony of colors.
  • Werdhi Budaya Art Center - Usually used for art exhibition.

Accommodation in Denpasar
There are wide options of accommodation in Denpasar from budget hotels, guest house, bed breakfast to stars rating hotel.


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