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Bali Provincial State Museum (Negeri Propinsi Bali)

Jln. Mayor Wisnu | Denpasar, Denpasar 80232, Indonesia
+62 361 222680
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Jln. Mayor Wisnu | Denpasar, Denpasar 80232, Indonesia
+62 361 222680
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The museum displays historical artifacts of Bali from the Mesolithic age to the modern era. The museum is quite confusing to get around at first, the place is separated into several sections. Entrance fee is 50k for adults but if you're a student its 5k...More

Thank Azliaz S
Reviewed 5 days ago

The entry is a bit expensive (for the location) at 50000idr (25000 for children). A man offered to be our guide, but we declined as we'd been warned by our taxi driver not to take them up on this! Once inside the buildings, there were...More

Thank GruntledDad
Reviewed 6 days ago

For a museum that purports to showcase the rich cultural heritage of Bali, this attraction is crying out for some overdue support in terms of maintenance and promotion. The grounds are not unkempt but the koi pond is mossy and there is evidence of flaking...More

Thank sinkiwi
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went to the Bali Museum as a part of a day tour. There was a kid's dance concert on at the time - so lots of little girls and boys in traditional make-up and costume which were very cute. The museum itself was only...More

Thank Von52
Reviewed May 17, 2017

this museum keeps a stock of artefacts that could be traced back to the megalithic period. It also houses different Balinese looms and ancient calendars. visitors will be transported to the colourful past of Bali. Succinct to say, Bali Museum has been monumental in showcasing...More

Thank sethlestath
Reviewed May 3, 2017

First of all, if you go by car, plenty parking available. Entry fee - 4$ per person, acceptable. The place is clean, well maintain has a couple of guys, not aggresive though, so you can enjoy it in piece. The only thing which might need...More

Thank Gogulet
Reviewed May 3, 2017

Bali Provincial State Museum is a good introduction to Balinese culture. It consists of several buildings each covering a different aspect such as textiles, ceremonial masks and clothes, and carvings etc.

Thank Nomadman411978
Reviewed April 27, 2017 via mobile

Entry fee of fifty thousand is a bit too much for what is exhibited. There are four buildings housing various objects of historical value. The exhibits are housed neatly but lack in description. It really does not throw much light into the history and culture....More

Thank murali8121
Reviewed April 19, 2017

Under visited place - great photo opportunities in gardens. Collection a great introduction to Balinese history & culture. Helps to make sense of what you see on the rest of the island. There is a guidebook in English available at the ticket counter. Most tourist...More

Thank Migl0
Reviewed April 8, 2017 via mobile

A few interesting exhibits which the guide explained well, even though I didn't ask for a guide he just adopted me. The architecture of the buildings was more interesting and it was next door to the temple, a large park and a memorial. It was...More

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