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The Maospahit Temple is believed to date back to the 14th century, built in the architectural style typical of the Majapahit period with red brick.
The Maospahit Temple is believed to date back to the 14th century, built in the architectural style typical of the Majapahit period with red brick. The gates have brick reliefs of Balinese Hindu deities. The temple has images of Garuda, the bird-vehicle of Lord Vishnu, and Betara Bayu, the son of the Wind God.
Jl. Sutomo, Denpasar Utara, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80231, Indonesia
The Palace of Satria and the Royal Temples belong to the royal family of Denpasar, but is open to residents for worship
The Pura Agung Jagatnatha, a state temple, is dedicated to the supreme God Sang Hyang Widi Wasa who is the Jagatnatha or Creator of the Universe
The Taman Wedhi Budaya is an art complex displaying Balinese paintings and sculpture
The Museum Sidik Jari is a unique museum showcasing works of fingerprint-painting
The Puputan Park is home to the colossal Bajra Sandhi monument which commemorates the struggles of the Balinese people from time to time
The Puputan Monument commemorates the 200 Balinese from the Klungkung royal family and court who died in the sacrificial puputan (suicidal fight to death) against the Dutch in 1908
The Unda river is one of the major rivers in Bali flowing through Klungkung
Sanur Beach is a clean and quiet stretch of sand in south-east Bali
The Becak Museum in the Losari Sunset Hotel exhibits different types of pedicabs from around Indonesia