Bali Traditional – Bali Museum Denpasar

By Adi J – Bali Prewedding Photographer

Bali Museum

The most crowded Bali tourism area is centered in south Bali, like Uluwatu, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Kuta, Seminyak, Legian. While the rest is spread around Bali map, like: Canggu (is becoming crowded also nowadays), Candidasa, Sanur, Tanah Lot, Bedugul, and some other areas. This tourism areas are famous because of their tourist attractions, like: beaches, waves, temples, tourist activities, dance performance, and others.

In downtown area of Denpasar Bali, we also have some tourist destination point, that the style is more into historical building and to see the daily life of Balinese people. One of the historical building in Denpasar is Bali Museum, inside you can see some oldiest stuff from during the war time in Bali and also the building here is quite old and classic (i can feel that). Bali photographer (including me) also loves to use this location for prewedding and honeymoon photoshoot, because this place is photogenic (in my opinion). This place is not too crowded, more relax and at the opposite side of Bali Museum, there is Puputan Badung park, where you can walking around, play soccer, or just sitting or laying down on the grass.

To see example of balinese people daily life, you can visit Bali Traditional Market: Badung Market and Kumbasari Market, it is only 500 meters away from Bali Museum, you can walk to this markets while sight seeing around to see how the city looks like. In the market you can see many things, from food, clothes, beverage, spice, handicraft, souvenir and many more things, you need to discover it yourself. Don’t forget to bargain, because it is part of balinese daily life 🙂 LOL

Do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to have photo session in Bali Museum, either for lifestyle photography, pre wedding photo, engagement photos, or Bali honeymoon photoshoot.

Have a nice day always 🙂

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  1. […] Bali still hold its position among the favorite honeymoon destinations in the world, and Bali famous for its friendly people, unique culture and beautiful scenery. Hopefully our generations and future generations can keep it like that, because i also see a lot of negative changes in Bali over this years. […]

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