Bajra Sandhi Monument

10/10/2020 21:47

Speaking about educational tourism on the island of Bali, the Bajra Sandhi Monument should not go unnoticed. In this monument, tourists will be able to find out how hard the Balinese people struggled in their battle against the cruelty of the invaders.

Entering the monument area, you will be presented with a building with a stunning architecture. This monument building was built with a square shape. In its construction, the Bajra Sandhi Monument was made with the consideration of the Tri Mandala principle which is divided into three parts, they are:

• Mandala Utama which is the main building and is located in the middle of the monument

• Mandala Madya, known as the inner field that surrounds the Main Mandala

• Mandala Nista is an outer field that surrounds the Madya Mandala area.

This monument not only serves as a memorial to the struggle of the Balinese people. In the Mandala Utama building, there are three floors that can be accessed by visitors. No wonder this place is a historical educational tourist destination.

The lower floor which is known as Nistaning Mandala Utama is divided into three rooms, they are the administration room, exhibition room, and a library. Visitors can freely come to this place. Not to forget, there is a pond called Puser Tasik in this area.

Furthermore, there is the first floor which is called Madyaning Mandala Utama. Here, visitors can witness the existence of 33 dioramas, similar to the atmosphere that can be found at the National Monument (Monas) Jakarta. The difference is, the diorama tells about the struggle of the Balinese people. And, on the last floor, the second floor becomes the most attractive place for tourists. In this place, visitors will be able to see a panoramic view of Denpasar City.




Location of Bajra Sandhi Monument

Tourists who are interested in learning the history of the struggle of the Balinese people at the Bajra Sandhi Monument do not have to pay a fortune. Enough with an entrance ticket of five thousand to ten thousand rupiah, you can browse every corner of this monument.

Tourists traveling around Denpasar City will be able to easily see the existence of this Bajra Sandhi Monument. This monument is located at the address of Puputan Renon Street, Denpasar, Bali, right in front of the Bali Provincial Governor's Office.




Prewedding photo at Bajra Sandhi Monument

The visitors who come to Bajra Sandhi Monument do not only intend to study the history of the struggle of the Balinese people. Not a few brides-to-be have made this historical monument a place to take pre-wedding photos.

The interesting architecture of the building makes this place a favorite pre-wedding photo location in Denpasar. Moreover, the accessibility is also easy, can be reached by four-wheeled vehicles and only takes 45 minutes to travel from Ngurah Rai Airport.


Operational Hours

For those who are interested in visiting or taking pre-wedding photos here, of course, they need to pay attention to the opening hours. This monument is operating on:

Monday-Friday: 09:00 - 17:00

Saturday: 10:00 - 17:00

Sunday: 11:00 - 16:00

As in other places, holding pre-wedding photos in this place is certainly not free. The bride and groom will be charged IDR 500,000. There is no need to make an order, the prospective bride and groom just come to the monument location when they want to take a pre-wedding photo.

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