Denpasar is the capital of Bali where all the government office center is centralized here. Denpasar is such a Busy places there are lots of Mall, electronic shop,university and school. This is the places where Balinese usually visit to buy some daily needs for ceremony materials or just for sight seeing with family or relatives.
Kumbasari Market:Kumbasari market is the biggest traditional market in Bali where the Balinese people usually buy the offering material such as Banana leaves, flowers, fruits, meat, etc. This market usually busy early in the morning. Want to see the Balinese activities? so, Must visit this traditional market.
Jagat Natha Temple:This temple is located in the heart of Denpasar city, the temple is mostly busy during the full moon where the people come for worships.
Just located beside the Jagat Natha temple, This museum is the oldest museum, opened in 1910 in Bali and is the trigger of the presence of other museums. Based on the collection, this museum type ethnografi museum collections include cultural objects includes equipment and supplies ceremonial life / religion of the Balinese people from the very beginning until now. Balinese culture has a unique character based on the history, religion and other aspects. The structure consists of several cultural elements, the original elements of Balinese (Bali Ancient) with Buddhism and Hinduism.
Bajra Bandhi Monument:
Located in front of the Office of the Governor of Bali, which express a high bell tower in the middle of padma (lotus), the symbol of the phallus and yoni meeting the nature of masculinity and femininity that will bear the nature of fertility and prosperity.
Bajra Sandhi Monument a symbol to honor the heroes and a symbol of struggle for the soul seedbed preservation of the Balinese people from generation to generation, as well as the symbol of the spirit to maintain the integrity of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia. It can be seen from the 17 stairs at the main door, 8 pieces of the great pillars in the building of monuments, and monuments that rise as high as 45 meters.