It is a good, cheap visit for history lovers. Was nice seeing many couples taking wedding photos there. Budget an hour at most, if not entering the 3D museum below.
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A great place to visit, located inside a spacious field that is good for children to enjoy and play around the monument area. Our tour guide tell me, this monument was built to commemorate the struggle of the people of Bali.
Local people love to jog here in the morning and in the afternoon. People also like to have a picnic in the park surrounding the monument. Many big events such as concerts or fairs have been held in the park. The monument itself houses many...More
We visited the Bajra Sandhi monument on 30 August 2017. This is a must visit for anyone wanting to know the history of Bali from the time Rishi Markandeya handed over the five metals like Silver, Gold,Copper, Steel to the local chieftain and started construction...More
Found this very interesting especially the second floor as there are displays depicting how the people evolved over the centuries and braking free to gain independence. Must of been off the beaten track as we were the only western tourists and every one wanted to...More
This monument was built to commemorate the struggles of the Balinese people. On the second floor they have many dioramas capturing historically important moments. Then you can climb to the top of the tower to get a view of the city. The monument is a...More
Me and my husband traveled Bali for the first time last July..and Bajra sandhi was our first temple to visit. Our driver escorted us to the sight at around 9 am and it was the perfect timing! We had the place to ourselves . You...More
The monument of Bajra Sandhi is a monument built to remember the struggles of the Balinese people throughout history. It is located near the Jagatnatha temple within the Renon square. We arrived here late, after visiting Jagatnatha temple and were not able to go in....More
At the time of our visit, my wife and I were the only visitors here. The ground floor contains administrative rooms, a library and exhibition halls. In the center of the ground floor is a pond called the Puser Tasik. The first floor contains 33...More