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Bali is a well-known destination for its rich long-lasting traditions kept from family to family. Let’s find out more with us!

Exploring Old City of Denpasar

Come explore the little hidden gem of cultural heritage places in Denpasar!

Well, Denpasar does have its charm as a place where modernity and Balinese culture flawlessly combined. Being the capital of Bali since 1985, Denpasar has grown rapidly and obviously, there are many enchanting old places that you have to visit.

Come explore the little hidden gem of cultural heritage places in Denpasar!

Well, Denpasar does have its charm as a place where modernity and Balinese culture flawlessly combined. Being the capital of Bali since 1985, Denpasar has grown rapidly and obviously, there are many enchanting old places that you have to visit. Take a look below, and put it in your next destination list!

1. Bhineka Jaya (Kopi Bali)

Founded in 1935, Bhineka Djaja is a Balinese coffee shop with a legendary taste. If you are a coffee lover, you definitely have to try a perfectly crafted strong cup of coffee here. Bhineka now has expanded its market as they open 2 coffee shops in Denpasar area well known as Bhineka Muda. Bhineka Muda provides coffee from Latte to Picollo, snacks, a variety of tea also some traditional Balinese meals. For more information about Bhineka Jaya, you can visit the website 

2. Pasar Badung – Cultural Heritage Market

Pasar Badung, the largest traditional market in Bali, is located in downtown Denpasar, on Jalan Gajah Mada. This place is really complete, selling a variety of daily necessities and a variety of other clothing materials. There is a river called Tukad Badung, the flow is like splitting or becoming a barrier between the Badung market and the Kumbasari art market, even though it is only a market, but this area is quite interesting to visit, especially when you are a window shopping!

3. Jalan Gajah Mada

You can find whatever fabric you want at a very reasonable price, right in Jalan Gajah Mada! This street is dedicated to fabrics only. Whether you’re looking for curtain, soccer motif fabric, or simply a dress, these streets are a remarkable fabric area a dressmaker’s heaven!

4. Pasar Seni Kumbasari

Kumbasari Art Market always looks crowded. It is not only Denpasar’s local people who shop at the market that stands on an area of ​​800 square meters and is located on Jalan Gajah Mada but also foreign tourists! As the name implies, Kumbasari Market offers a variety of Balinese handicrafts which are usually bought after by buyers as souvenirs. If you are strolling around in this area, you’ll find many creative murals also stunning old buildings.

5. Jalan Sulawesi

The next cultural heritage places that you have to visit is Jalan Sulawesi. If you are looking for gold for pretty jewelry, you can find it here. Jalan Sulawesi is exactly the center of jewelry, especially those which made from gold

6. The Street Foods

Don’t miss to try the authentic traditional street food too! In the Badung market, you can find so many variations of traditional snacks. The best time to visit is early morning. You should try some lawar for breakfast, or save it for lunch. Also, take a look at es kelapa muda! ranked 19th in 2011 by CNN as one of the most delicious drinks in the world

7. Atoom Bali

Atoom Bali Restaurant is an authentic Chinese cuisine since 1940. Different from other restaurants, this restaurant building is quite unique. The decor is also very old school and nostalgic. More about it, the food is tastes like heaven with a big portion! You’ll spend approximately 100.000 rupiahs for couple, worth to try anyway!

8. Tukad Korea

You should never neglect this cultural heritage place, yes it’s Tukad Korea! When sunset comes, many people gathered at this park because of the beautiful lights complete with colorful chairs. There is also a fountain attached to the right and left as well as at the bottom of the bridge. This river park, which adopts the Cheonggyecheon River in Seoul, South Korea, can also be a fun place to hang out. Denpasar City Government deliberately equips this park with a free wireless internet connection, so visitors can chill out while doing their jobs or just strolling around

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