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    Monument Bajra Sandhi, Bali

    Regions Renon, Denpasar, Bali Province. Tourists visit this monument will get a fairly complete picture about the travel history of the Balinese people from ancient times to modern. Views are presented through a circle of 33 dioramas to follow the contours of the room. Each section contains figurines diorama complete with its natural environment setting. To clarify the information, there is a label on the outside in three languages: Language Bali in Old Javanese, Indonesian, and English.

    In the earlier parts, diorama showing early man in the days of hunting and gathering. In this section, it appears Pithecanthropus Erectus was hunting pigs using hand held axes. The next section describes the development of the Balinese people from the kingdom, the colonial period, the physical revolution, until the post-independence period. In the end, dioramas showing the development process which took place at Udayana University in 1975.

    After enjoying a glimpse of this history, visitors can climb the stairs to reach the top of the bell-shaped monument. From the top of the monument, visitors can witness the beauty of the city of Denpasar from a height of about 45 meters. If the time is right, then the visitor can enjoy the sunset (sunset) from this place. If tourists benighted because it was too cool to enjoy the complex of Bajra Sandhi monument, tourists can rent a hotel ranging from jasmine to class hotels in the corners of the city of Denpasar. Not only that, various kinds of cafes, pubs, clubs, and other entertainment venues can be an alternative to spend the night in the city of Denpasar.

    monument Bajra Sandhi in the Bali provincial government complex precisely in front of the governor's office in Renon, Denpasar, Bali. To reach this monument tourists can use private car or taxi ride. For these two types of vehicles, visitors are not too difficult because access to the monument is not too difficult.
    However, if travelers take advantage of public transportation, it should be noted that the road to the monument is a one-way street, so that only one regular public transport pass, namely Department bemo Sanur-Teuku Umar. If tourists depart from the direction of Sanur, the tourists will certainly go down in front of the monument complex. However, when departing from Jalan Teuku Umar, then the tourists have to go down at road Cok Agung Tresna then walk to the monument so far + 300 meters.

    Source: bestindonesiaislands.com



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    Monument Bajra Sandhi Map

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