Bajra Sandhi Monument

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Timings : Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Sunday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Time Required : 2-3 hours

Entry Fee : Adults: IDR 50,000,Children: IDR 25,000

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Bajra Sandhi Monument, Bali Overview

Denpasar city tours are incomplete without a stopover at the Bajra Sandhi monument, a grand structure built next to the Balinese governor's office to commemorate the struggles of the Balinese people throughout the years. It features a museum with diagrams, dioramas and murals to showcase the history of the Balinese people, and is tall enough to offer a panoramic view of the city.

The Bajra Sandhi Monument was completed in 2003, and it memorializes the oppression that the Balinese people faced. Built in accordance to the 'Tri-Mandala' principles that dictate that the building should have three sections; the Utama Mandala, the Nista Mandala, the Madya Mandala. Each section is distinct and adorned with dioramas that depict Bali's struggles under Dutch colonialism, its Hindu heritage, its royal lineage, and more.

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What to See

The ground level of Bajra sandhi monument has some impressive Balinese architectural features and the second level depicts the diagrams and dioramas about the history of Balinese people. The last level is, however, the most fun place to be because it gives a panoramic view of the city Denpasar and is a great place to click photographs with all the beautiful views from the top. The monument's base is quite popular amidst the youngster as it has a 3D trick-eye museum. 

Things to Do

Apart from being a great site for photography, the vast grounds and gardens surrounding the monument are quite nice and peaceful to spend a lovely evening with kids and family. The place is generally visited by joggers, people do yoga and meditation in the garden. The green lawns also have ample place for cycling.

Sundays are car-free so there is even more area for people to enjoy such activities. The spacious park is often visited by people for a picnic. The monument is especially popular for Pre and post-wedding photography and one can spot brides and grooms striking poses at many parts of the monument.

One can also visit the I AM Bali 3D museum next to the monument. The museum has some interesting 3D paintings and special rooms which are mostly loved by children.

The 5 optical illusions rooms namely flying class(has the chair and black board upside down), spider gym, magical board, Hobbit House and haunted house are the best entertainers for kids and are great to click pictures.

How To Reach Bajra Sandhi Monument

  • Bajra Sandhi is undoubtedly included in any Denpasar city tour and it lies on the main road which is Jl. Raya Puputan No. 142 thus it can be reached just by hiring taxi or renting a scooter from any part of the city.
  • From Sanur, it takes about 15 minutes for a journey of 2.5 kilometers by car.
  • From Kuta or Seminyak area, one has to travel for about half an hour by car to reach the Bajra Sandhi Monument via Jl. Imam Bonjol. 

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