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The Kamasan Village is home to a sizeable community of Balinese artista and the centre of the traditional wayang style of painting puppets.
The Kamasan Village is home to a sizeable community of Balinese artista and the centre of the traditional wayang style of painting puppets. The painters can be found in Banjar Sangging, while gold and silversmiths work in Banjar Pande Mas.
The Kandi Pat Sare on the Puputan Square at the intersection of Jl Untung Surapati, Jl Puputan and Jl Raya Besakih is a monumental statue of 4-faced, 8-armed Catur Mukha representing the Hindu God Brahma symbolically guarding the four cardinal points of the earth
The Klungkung Palace in Semarapura was the residence of the rulers of Klungkung
The Goa Jepang in Kaliurang is a historical complex that is a throwback to the Japanese occupation of Indonesia during World War II
Pura Masceti is one of the 9 directional temples of Bali that protect the island from evil spirits
Yeh Pulu has 14th century rock carvings in the midst of lush rice fields
The Setia Darma House of Mask and Puppets showcases a huge collection of almost 7000 wayang kulit (shadow puppets) and topeng (masks) from all over Indonesia as well as other countries, housed in a series of historic teak Joglo and Limasan cottages