Denpasar City Tour Bali Holidays Packages – Denpasar City Tour is a packages tour to visit denpasar with it’s variety of local society life combines with the traditional culture that the city of Denpasar offers. Places of interest that you will visit are Bajra Sandhi Monument, Badung Traditional Market, Jagatnatha Temple and Bali Holidays Packages Museum. Your tour will be enjoyable and accompanied by our professional tour guide with private full air-conditioning car transfer.
Places of interest will be visited during Denpasar City Bali Holidays Packages Tour :
Bajra Sandhi Monument
Bajra Sandhi Monument, In this monument you will see the beautiful monument building that is used to honor the struggle effort from the Balinese to keep maintain the strong culture. In front of the monument, there is a big courtyard and Bali Tour Packages Governor office. This monument is strategically located in east side of Denpasar town where the government official offices are located.
Badung Traditional Market
Badung Traditional Market, where is the center activities of seller and buyer with the variety of daily life need. You can see closely Bali Honeymoon Packages the Balinese doing transaction among them and local material that support their life. This market is located in the center of Denpasar town with several of selling activities. This market is apposite to the village temple one of three biggest temples.
Jagatnatha Temple, This temple is very beautiful with full of Balinese ornament decorates on each temple building from the entrance gate until the main temple building. Apposite to this temple, there is a big courtyard with beautiful tropical garden. Jasa Seo Bali There is high temple building in the center of temple area that is the main temple where is used to pray to the god by Balinese Hindu.
Bali Car Rental Museum can be classified become Rental Motor Bali the prehistoric object collection like: the Grave Petrify (sarkopag), the object collection coming from history era like: Sewa Mobil Bali stupika clay containing superstitious formula Ye Te, the bronze statues (Hindu and Budha statues) and ethnography object collection like Keris, Endek Cloth, and religious ceremony equipments.