This tour will give you a sense and understanding of the local culture, traditions and heritage of the people of Bali. We will visit four iconic sites that have contributed to the region over the years.
Our first stop is the Denpasar Traditional Market at the main road of Gajah Mada Street. This traditional market is not as big as it initially was because of modifications adapting to the requirement and town growth.
Nearby is the Bajra Sandhi Monument, which signifies the Balinese peoples’ struggles. It is recognized by the name of Bajra Sandhi because the form is looking like Bajra or Genta or bell used by all Hindu Priest in at religious ceremony. The purpose is to immortalize the soul and spirit of Balinese people and also to preserve the culture of Bali. It has 33 diorama depicting the history in all areas like politics, economic and social cultural.
We will next visit Sanur Beach, a beautiful white sandy beach with calm and warm seawater located in east part of Denpasar Town. It has been famous since the Puputan Badung war in 1906, where that moment the Dutch colonist landed its army in this coast. There is a stone monument found with an inscription of Sri Kesari Warmadewa King. In the southeast, we can see the Nusa Penida Island and eastside we can see a beautiful panorama of Bali strait with Mount Agung as a backdrop. It is also blessed by the breathtaking view of the sunrise, that one is the fascination for tourist to visit and stay in this place.
Our last stop will be the Sakenan Temple, a Hindu Temple located in the northwest of Serangan Village. Located about 10 km south of Denpasar, we see a coastal view with beautiful sea, hill consecution and Nusa Dua Beach. The structure of Sakenan Temple is divided into two groups with the Sakenan Temple in the eastside and Dalem Sakenan Temple in the westside. The Sakenan Temple Festival ceremony is conducted during three days and the top ceremony procession is called Ceremony of Mapag Sakenan, which is executed on second day. The Hindu people come to this place for worship to the God.