Most tourists that fly into Denpasar travel immediately towards Kuta or Canggu, because that’s where all the excitement is at. But it just so happens that Denpasar houses a great chunk of Bali’s traditional and cultural landmarks, including museums and marketplaces, bustling with life. On this tour, you will visit Monument Bajra Sandi first. Learn about the struggle of the Balinese throughout history here: from the Dutch occupation to the many natural disasters they braved. At the Badung Food Market, switch your regular smoothie bowls for some authentic Balinese dishes like nasi goreng, gado gado, and nasi campur!
For a blast of artistic brilliance, head next to Kumbasari Art Market, a local market filled with colorful handicrafts you’ll want to stock up on. The Bali Museum is your next stop, where countless works of Indonesian art details Balinese history- a must-visit for all culture vultures! You’ll have an hour and a half to explore the museum to your heart’s content. Finally, at the Werdhi Budaya Art Centre, gasp at the many works of art, Balinese handicrafts, and if you’re lucky, some cultural shows!