Sidik Jari Museum is a private fine art museum established and owned by I Gusti Ngurah Gede Pemecutan. It keeps the work of its owner, and its also keeps work of other artists. The uniqueness of the work here is that the paintings are done through the use of the tips of the fingers in applying different colours or paints in order to represent the artist’s imagination.
The name of Taman Puputan Badung is a dedication to memorize of the war on 20th September 1906 in which the Balinese people King Badung/Denpasar fought bravely against the Dutch who invaded theh land. That date is always commemorated every year, and a monument called Taman Puputan Monument has been erected for the important event. This monument stands of northern part of the Puputan Square. This Square is visited by many local people every afternoon for recreation; and every Sunday there activities particularly organized for children.
The statue stands on the cross roads in front of the Denpasar Mayor’s office. It is called Catur Muka (Four Faces) because it has four heads facing out to the four quarters of the compass and builled in 1973. The statue was created by a craftsmen led by the locally renowned artist I Gusti Nyoman Lempad from Ubud village. It’s 9 meters high statue is a representing God Brahma (God Brahma, as the Creator of the Universe) with four faces and has its original story can be found Mahabharata epic.
The main harbour of Bali which located about 6 km to the south of Denpasar. It caters the needs of local and international sea journey. This harbour has become the home base different cruises (Bali Hai Cruises, Bounty Cruises, Mabua, Wakalouka, etc) towards the eastern islands, and international yacht races are frequently organized here.
Sanur Beach is one of the attractive beaches on the Island of Bali, The beach spreads along 3 kilometers with a coastline facing eastward. Sanur Beach is famous for its clean white sand and gentle beaches. In addition, it is also a rocky beach so that it has its own advantages, It is an alternative for local and foreign tourists who want to avoid the hustles and bustles of Kuta, Legian or Seminyak tourist resorts. Click here for read full article
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Although it was not a performing art, a total of 735 Balinese women roasting coffee…