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A place for painters to make their own creation and iagination. Thousands of Balinese and Foreigner artists have dedicated their lives to the art. Some are moden, contemporary, and decorative as well as painting.
A village of art with a focus on wood sculpture carvings. The fame of this village as a village of art has been recognised nationally and internationally that can not be separated from the gratness name of some maestros who were born, grown, and found their identities and spirit of art in Mas Village, like the famous artist, Ida Bagus Tilem (deceased) and others.
Formerly as a traditional Balinese village located in Gianyar and has changed to be a tourist attraction with its trademark in the form of gold and siver. The village located in Sukawati district, Gianyar, has the uniqueness and excellence in producing gold and silver handcraft. Almost all the families are professional, skilled and art-soul to develop the creative designs and variety of product related to gold and silver. This craft village with long history has been producing gold and silver penetrating the local, national and international markets. The type of jewelries is either a souvenir or export commodity that are produced in this village, like rings, necklaces, earrings, hairpins and others, and also producing a modern products such as medal, model and cultural symbol. In addition, the artisans od Celuk is responding to the market demands.
Located in the strategic area of the center of Denpasar. Bali Museum is one of museums in Bali collecting the ancient objects related to the history of Bali island generally. The existence of this museum is very important to preserve the ancient and historical objects that have a noble culture value and a legacy of Balinese ancestors.
A fishing village and tourist resort in Bali located on the south of Ngurah Rai International Airport. The beach has seafood restaurants and luxury hotels. Tourism in Jimbaran has increased so rapidly that it has boosted the local economy even though it was devastated by the suicide bombing in 2005. However, the tourism has recovered.
One of Bali’s nine key directional temples. Although a small temple was claimed to have existed beforehand, the structure was significantly expanded by Javanese sage, EmpuKuturan in the 11th century. Another sage from East Java, Dang Hyang Nirartha is credited for constructing the padmasana shrines and is claimed to have attained Moksha here. Even more remarkable than the temple itself is its location, perched on a steep cliff 70 metres above the roaring Indian Ocean Waves. There are more steep headlands on either side and sunsets over Uluwatu are sight to behold.