Built at the end of the 18th century in the northeast of Klungkung Palace, ceiling-paintings meant to show the punishment for those accused of wrongdoing by the Klungkung royal high court, named Kerta Gosa. The paintings were originally done in the middle of the 19th century and renewed by popular Balinese artists in the 80’s and 90’s including individual panels.
The Bali Museum is a Must See for all visitors who are interested in culture. Built in 1932 by Dutch, it contains a lovely selection of information about Balinese Culture including a great selection of Dancing Masks.
Monument Bajra Sandhi
This monument completes the lovely park of Renon. It boasts a panoramic view of Denpasar from the second floor.It also contains an exhibition about the history, strunggles, reliğion an heroes from the distant past until the present.
Ubud – Stay Overnight
Even if you have already bookend a hotel elsewhere, think about staying fort he night. At the traditional market, you will find souvenirs relating to the Balinese Culture at reasonable prices. Check out the hotpots such as the Monkey Forest, the Museum Puri Lukisan, Agung Rai Museum and the art making classes in Ubud. They are one of Bali’s Cultural Higlights.