BALI DENPASAR TANAH LOT TOUR
Bali Museum located in the heart of Denpasar Town and very easy to find, right opposite at Puputan parks and beside the Jagatnatha temple. Bali Museum, built by the Dutch government in 1932 and containing specimens of Balinese art from prehistoric times to the early 20th century; and Udayana University (founded 1962). The development of Bali Museum is begun by the existence of initiative how to vitally the heritage of Balinese culture and taking care of, preserve and maintaining. The initiative is based on the existence of feeling to worry, that there is symptom a kind of culture erosion.
Bajra Sandhi Monument
Bajra Sandhi Monument describes the struggle of Balinese people during 5,000 years or from 3,000 BC to 1975 when it started the period of independence. Designed in the form of a Hindu bell, it’s surrounded with lush greenery. This monument is built in the year 1987 and it is opened by president of Megawati Sukarno Putri on 14 June 2003. In its main hall, stone carvings and 33 dioramas depict the country's biggest achievements. Architecturally, the monument reflects the shape of a "gentra" or "bajra," a bell used by Hindu priests in religious ceremonies.
Tanah Lot Temple
Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali's most important landmarks, famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops. An ancient Hindu shrine perched on top of an outcrop amidst constantly crashing waves. The word of Tanah Lot is consisted of two words that are Tanah word interpreted as a reef looking like gili or island. Lot or Lod word has meaning the sea. So Tanah Lot is meaning the small island floating on the sea. The location is now called as Tanah Lot. Extremely popular tourist destination and the whole area is often very busy indeed, especially in the late afternoons, pre-sunset