Bajra Sandi – Experience Bali’s Past Time


Bajra Sandhi Monumenbajra-sandhi-03t is a Monument located in the middle of Denpasar City, it is situated in front of the Bali Governor’s office in Renon. The monument is set in the middle of a clean and green city park. Bajra Sandhi Monument is a monument dedicated to immortalize the struggle of Balinese people from time to time during 3000 BC. The great pillar of the monument rises up above 45 meters, it is to symbolize the Indonesian independence. Inside the monument there are 33 dioramas which shows scenes of Balinese people’s struggle over the years. As the monument is surrounded by a large park that is available for many occasions such as various types of sports activities, the park will be full with local people in the morning and afternoons. The admission fee is Rp 10.000 per person, opened daily from 8:30am  until 16:30pm, the monument is closed during Hindu holidays.

The monument is dividMuseum-Bajra-Sandhied into  three main areas (Tri Mandala) which include the main building in the middle (Utama Mandala), the courtyard surrounding Utama Mandala (Madya Mandala) and the outer area (Nista Mandala). The main Building consists of three floors. On the first floor, there is an information room, exhibit room and a conference room, on the second floor visitors can find 33 different diorama of Balinese peoples struggle. Up to the third floor, visitors get to see a great view of the green city park. Bajra Sandhi Monument is a nice place to visit when having a tour in Denpasar, popular among domestic and foreign tourists.

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