Through this program we will see the Denpasar City, Denpasar is the capital of Bali Province. The main street of Denpasar is Gajah Mada Street where the main is shopping center; there are 2 big markets, Pasar Badung and Pasar Kumbasari, Pasar mean market. Both of the market has 4 storey and open 24 hours in the day time the market open in main building, in the base and second floor for vegetables, fruits, meat and daily food seller, third and fourth floor for textile and temple procession equipment. Late evening till early morning the market open in the parking area.
Second stop at Bali Museum, this museum originally built in 1910 by Dutch Government. In 20 January 1917 this museum was destroyed by the biggest earthquake in Bali. In 1932 the museum again till today, there are 4 main building in south pavilion has 2 storey has collection of prehistoric pieces, traditional artifacts’ and some old painting. Further north Buleleng building has variety collection of textiles including endek and double ikat gringsing. Other building Karangasem has Balinese calendar and priest’ clothing. The Northern building is Tabanan has many Barong mask and Keris.
Third Stop at Bali Art Center, this place also well known with Taman Budaya, located in the east of city at Nusa Indah Street. This complex dedicated to the preservation of Balinese culture. Every year there is Bali Arts Festival will be held here from in the middle of June till in the middle of July. The place contains the gigantic Ksirarnawa amphitheater and museum with an important collection of Balinese paintings and sculptures from the period of Balinese renewal
Fourth Stop at Balinese People Memorial or Bajra Sandhi, new memorial built for Balinese People located in Puputan Renon field park surrounding by Bali Government Office such as Bali Governor Office, Bali Parliaments Office and other Bali Government Department Office, huge memorial with ornament of Balinese story from pre historic time till today, the memorial also have room for exhibition and library. The building style (Bajra Sandhi) is taken from the weapon of Ludra God, the god who occupy south west of Bali.