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Review for Petrus Suwandi, Tour guide in Bali, Indonesia

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Review for Jhon Tali, Tour guide in Bali, Indonesia

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Review for Dona Alfian, Tour guide in Bali, Indonesia

About Bali

This thriving business centre and cultural cityscape is an oft-ignored feature of Indonesia’s most-visited Island, and most visitors simply gloss over Denpasar on their way to or from Bali’s airport. But, with a wealth of Hindu religious sites, immersive historical museums and classic Balinese temples, along with a great array of more locally-orientated eateries, Denpasar can also be seen as something of an undiscovered gem nestled between the island’s south-coast surfing meccas and hedonistic kingpin of Kuta to the north.  
It’s possible to plan a walking trip around the city centre that encompasses the Pura Jagatnatha temple, one of Bali’s most notable architectural statements, and the Negeri Propinsi Museum, where many of the island’s most notable ancient artifacts are still on display.
What’s more, Denpasar is famous for shopping too, and retail-hungry visitors should be sure to ask their Denpasar tour guide for information on the best time to conquer the bubbling local market place at Pasar Badung , the site from where the city gets its name.