Denpasar BBTF

A home to a number of important cultural landmarks, exploration starts from the substantial historical site; the Pura Jagatnatha temple, which was built in 1953 and serves as a cultural center for Balinese Hinduism. The temple is dedicated to the supreme god Sanghyang Widi Wasa and is a great place to learn about Balinese religion and spirituality.

The Bajra Sandhi Monument is another important historical site in Denpasar – It is a large, striking monument that commemorates the struggle of Balinese independence. Located in a beautiful park, visitors can climb to the top for stunning views of Denpasar and the surrounding area.

Next is to find the Bali Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts, traditional Balinese art, historical artifacts, textiles and cultural treasures from Bali’s past in an interactive displays and audio-visual presentations – a great place to learn about the island’s rich cultural heritage.

One of the other main draws of Denpasar is its traditional markets, which offer a fascinating glimpse deeper into local life and commerce. The Pasar Badung market is the largest market in Bali and is a must-visit destination for foodies, offering an incredible selection of fresh fruits, vegetables, spices and local delicacies. The Kumbasari market market is another popular destination, offering a wide range of goods including textiles, handicrafts and souvenirs. It’s a great place to pick up some unique gifts and souvenirs to take home.

From there, heading to the beach for a laid-back atmosphere: Sanur has a more relaxed and slower pace compared to other parts of Denpasar, which makes it a great place to unwind and recharge.
Recognized as the Sunrise of the world and the stunning full moon by the sea – Sanur offers a long stretch of white sand beach, Cafe and restaurant hopping: a unique blend of local and international cuisine. It’s a great way to experience the city’s modern vibes along the beach side.

“Urban tourism is an important and growing segment of the tourism industry, offering visitors a unique and diverse range of experiences and contributing to the economic development of cities and their communities. Learn more about urban tourism during BBTF2023 and support local businesses.” I Putu Winastra the head committee of BBTF 2023 and the chairman of ASITA Bali chapter added and invited buyers to explore during the event.

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