Адрес: Jl. Kayu Jati 8, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung
Wildly colourful clothing, the latest surfing styles, but also jewellery and other objects of Balinese design. From chic boutiques to the crowded stalls of the market, the lively streets of Seminyak will surprise you with articles you’re going to want to carry home in your suitcase. Depending on your mood and what you’re looking for, this interesting vacation spot on the south of the island offers various alternatives for your shopping pleasure. The two main shopping centres are Seminyak Square and Seminyak Village, but you’ll probably find better deals in the smaller shops along the busy streets of the neighbourhood. Compared with the nearby Seminyak Square, smaller in size - but where you can most likely find the perfect souvenir of your trip - Seminyak Village offers a wider variety, with its designer clothing, leather bags and colourful and fun swimwear. If you’re looking for a real deal, check out the flea-market of Seminyak, near Piazza Seminyak, overflowing with clothing, jewellery, sculpture and handicrafts. If you’re really looking for chic, take note of the addresses of Biasa, Magali Pascal and Bamboo Blonde.
The idea of designing an archaeological museum on the island of Bali dates back to 1958, but it was only in 1974 that the museum took shape and was inaugurated. It contains over 3,000 artifacts ranging from prehistoric times to the fifteenth century. It is considered a milestone in the history of conservation of the island's ancient artifacts.
He is an Indonesian-born artist based in Bali. He finished his education in Fine Arts practice at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2020. His artistic practice originates from his lived experiences and observations as a Balinese and the religious aspects of Bali.
Located within a large forest of nutmeg trees, Pura Bukit Sari was built in the 17th century as a meditation temple by the son of the King of Mengwi. It is certainly an evocative place, especially at dawn, when the monkeys come down from the trees to feed while the rays of the early morning sun filter through the tree canopy.