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This monument is in the centre of Denpasar with a park surrounding it. There is a museum within the monument with an observation deck at the top. Worth a visit to learn about the struggles of the Balinese during the Dutch colonial era.
This monument is beautiful. It's no wonder we saw two groups of pre-wedding photo sessions there and they were not local bride and grooms to-be. It just shows that this beauty is appreciation by all nationalities. This is the outside. The inside of the monument...More
Inside the Monument, be sure to go up to the observation floor for pretty-good views of the big park-like area around the Monument & of the rooftops stretching to some distance in all four directions (no view of the sea though). Also inside the Monument,...More
One of the places that must be visited in Bali. The monument is located in front of the Bali Governor’s Office in Renon, Denpasar, Bali. This Monument is recognized by the name of Bajra Sandhi because it’s form is looking like Bajra or Genta or...More
A great view of the surrounding countryside if you make the climb all the way to the top. The 20-something panels half way up were a great introduction to the history of the region, and the struggle for independence.
Place as a symbol of the struggle of the people of Bali in the past, as well as recreational parks, sports facilities, and various other activities are do here. Also very suitable to gather with family because there is green open space.
The monument is in an expansive park and is a popular with pre-nuptial / nuptial shoots. It is indeed photogenic with its traditional Balinese temple architecture.
Inside are dioramas depicting Bali's history from the stone age to Ngurah Rai's struggle for independence. There are also...More