Assyuhada Mosque

The construction of the Masjid Asy-Syuhada involved the residents of Kampung Bugis and the Hindu Raja of Badung, Cokorda Ngurah Sakti. This historic mosque stands as evidence of the peaceful coexistence of Islam and Hinduism in Bali for many years. The mosque is situated in the middle of the village at Jl. Tukad Pekaseh, Serangan, South Denpasar, Denpasar City, Bali 80229, and serves as a hub for local Muslims' religious activities and a popular destination for those interested in learning about multiculturalism on the island. The mosque's ancient features, such as the old Quran, wooden pillars, and high pulpit, are a testament to its long-standing presence and historical significance in Bali.

The Masjid Asy-Syuhada is believed to be an original building, with only minor renovations such as replacing the roof with tiles and adding a dome. The mosque's interior features asbestos cement board on the ceiling and marble tiles on the prayer hall floor.

The mosque's architecture reflects a blend of Balinese and Bugis cultures. The Balinese influence is evident in the mosque's fence, roof, and decorative elements, while the Bugis culture is reflected in the pulpit, which is made of intricately carved wood and iron fencing. The wudu area, a separate building from the mosque, is a modern addition.

The peaceful coexistence of Balinese Hindus and Muslims in Kampung Bugis, Serangan, is a beautiful example of interfaith harmony. Despite belonging to different banjars, they are not geographically separated. During festivals such as Eid al-Fitr and Galungan, they visit each other's homes and exchange food, known as jootan in Balinese.


Taman Kumbasari

Taman Kumbasari, also known as Tukad Korea, is a beautifully designed park located in the heart of Denpasar, Bali. The park mimics Seoul’s Cheonggyecheon river and has become a popular spot for both locals and tourists alike, thanks to its picturesque landscape and unique features.

One of the main attractions of Taman Kumbasari is its 548-meter winding river walk. Visitors can stroll along the path and take in the stunning views of the park's colorful seating, neatly arranged stone ornaments, and fountains on both sides of the river. The winding path leads to a floating bridge, which is a perfect spot for taking photographs and enjoying the serene surroundings.

The park's design is inspired by South Korea's beautiful Cheonggyecheon river, and visitors can certainly feel the similarities between the two. Taman Kumbasari is meticulously designed, with attention paid to every detail to create a truly immersive experience for those who visit.

The park's seating areas are adorned with colorful cushions, providing a comfortable place to relax and enjoy the view. The stone ornaments add a touch of elegance to the surroundings, while the fountains on both sides of the river create a soothing sound that adds to the overall calming ambiance of the park.

In addition to the winding river walk, Taman Kumbasari has several other notable features. The park also has a children's playground, making it an excellent destination for families with young children. There are also several food stalls and vendors selling souvenirs, making it a great place to spend an afternoon with friends or family.

The popularity of Taman Kumbasari can be attributed to its unique design, which offers visitors a taste of South Korea's beauty and culture. The park has become a popular destination for tourists looking for an Instagram-worthy photo spot and a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

In conclusion, Taman Kumbasari, or Tukad Korea, is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Bali. The park's winding river walk, floating bridge, colorful seating, neatly arranged stone ornaments, and fountains on both sides provide visitors with a taste of South Korea's beauty and culture, making it an excellent spot for an afternoon stroll or a family day out.


Big Garden Corner

The popularity of this area, especially among teenagers in Denpasar, Bali, is undeniable. This entertainment area provides a unique backdrop for photos and a cool place to hang out. This recreational area, which opened in June 2016, always presents new creations and innovations so it never gets boring. 

Big Garden Corner is located west of the Padang Galak - Waribang traffic light area, on the Ngurah Rai Bypass, Sanur, East Denpasar. There are various activities that you can do here, such as playing with children, relaxing on bean bags, and taking photos with various objects owned by Big Garden Corner, such as:

"Miniature Borobudur Temple"

This miniature Borobudur temple is 5 meters high and you may have to be patient because there are many visitors who want to take photos here.

"Stone statues with a large number"

In this area, there are stone sculptures ranging from the smallest to the largest sizes. However, most of them are large statues, especially Buddha statues.

Many of the art sculptures and stones there are mostly exported and sold. Therefore, most of the sculptures there look new.

"Colorful umbrella-shaped roof"

The most popular spot for visitors to take cool photos is the path shaded by colorful umbrella-shaped roofs. If you plan to take pre-wedding photos here, there will be a fee of IDR 200,000.

This area can also be used as a venue for wedding receptions that can accommodate 500-1000 people.

"Colorful hangout area"

The spots to relax in this garden are very diverse, especially with the colorful chairs and cushions.

This relaxation area is located in the garden area with large umbrellas and wooden tables.

"Crossing tree trunks"

There are rarely tourist attractions that offer this feature because it is quite expensive and requires intensive care.

"Mini tree house"

There is a tree house with a thatched roof and wooden structure. Surprisingly, there is a statue of a monkey inside.

Bokashi Farm

Bokashi Farm, located at Jl. Waribang No.27, Kesiman, East Denpasar Subdistrict, serves as an educational center for medicinal plants and organic farming using EM technology. It offers a green and spacious yard, making it an ideal place for various outdoor activities such as reunions, weddings, birthdays, and meetings. Additionally, the farm features a restaurant in partnership with Warung Sunda "Kang Zanger" that serves halal Sundanese specialties like Nasi Timbel, Gurami, Ayam Bakar, and more, perfect for office lunches, client meetings, or family gatherings.

Bokashi Farm is also a great place for educating people about the benefits of medicinal plants. It receives frequent visits from elementary, high school, college students, and government agencies. With a sprawling area of about 20 acres, visitors can learn about different types of medicinal plants, hydroponics, gardening practices, organic composting, and other outing activities. The farm serves as an integrated farming model and a well-equipped field laboratory.

Moreover, the people of Denpasar are encouraged to recycle their waste using EM technology to produce organic fertilizer, which can be used to enrich gardens, farms, hotel and villa gardens, and especially, the gardens in their respective residential areas.

Citraland Waterpark

Citraland Waterpark Denpasar is an aquatic recreation destination in Denpasar, Bali that features a pirate theme. It is located in the residential area of Citraland on Cargo Permai street, making it a convenient and family-friendly option. The park offers a variety of facilities for tourists, including a spacious parking area, an information center, and ticket counters for the Citraland Water destination. Visitors can also enjoy thrilling water rides, take photos at Instagenic spots, swim in the pool, use the toilets, pray at the mushola, and store their belongings in lockers. The park also has gazebos, seating areas for tourists, and a cafeteria.

For a delightful holiday in Denpasar Bali, explore the best attractions and rides at Citraland Waterpark Denpasar and rejuvenate your body and mind with a refreshing swim in the pool with your loved ones. There are many exciting activities to enjoy, such as the foam pool, race slider, tube slider, adventure gallery rides, lazy river, spilling bucket, and reflection pool.

Dharma Negara Alaya

The Dharma Negara Alaya building was constructed with the aim of inspiring the younger generation to stay creative and innovative. It serves as a venue for exhibitions, cultural-themed events, workshops, and more.

The construction of the Dharma Negara Alaya building is a reflection of the 4.0 digital economy, aligning with Denpasar's vision of being a hub for creativity and culture. Entrance is free, and individuals or groups are welcome to engage in creative pursuits within the building. The DNA building offers various amenities.

If you assume that only art spaces (indoor and outdoor auditoriums) and coworking spaces (both indoor and outdoor) are available, then think again. For book lovers, there is a library with a wide range of books that will pique your curiosity. In case you get hungry or thirsty, you can head over to Mulai Denpasar, a coffee shop that offers affordable food and drinks. It's a perfect place to hang out, right?

WiFi is also available for those who need to look for inspiration or unleash their imagination. Whether you are headed elsewhere or staying within the premises, rest assured that WiFi is accessible. So why not spend some quality time in the creative space provided by DNA?

Duta Orchid Garden

Duta Orchid Garden is more than just a tourist destination. Here the tourist will spend their holiday with such a good experience and get more knowledge especially about orchids and tropical plants in general. Duta Orchid Garden serves the tourist with a good quality garden view as well as a good education or information, especially about plants. During the tour in Duta Orchid Garden the tourist is accompanied by a local guide with a good knowledge who helps to take a picture in a good spot, the guide also explains the way of looking after the orchids in the garden.Treatment the tourist not as a guest, but as a good friend in order to share the correct information about taking care of the orchids and also promoting that Indonesia has many unique rare orchids.

Located in jalan bypass ngurah rai no 21X, Tohpati, Denpasar, Bali, only 15 minutes from Sanur Area. It would provide an opportunity for you to refresh your mind and soul.

The design concept is divided into some parts such as reception, waterfall, shade house, small cafe, souvenir shop, cactus zone, foliage area, fruits garden, orchids, and tropical flowers displayed to provide a sparkling fresh effect in a lush beautiful tropical garden. Huge variety of orchids combine with many kinds of tropical plants . All displayed in the beautiful landscape of a hectare garden.

Embung Sanur

The Sanur Kauh Village area used to be a mangrove forest that had died out and was subsequently turned into a fish pond by the local community. Recently, the area has been transformed into a water storage facility to mitigate flooding.

Embung Sanur was built on a piece of land spanning approximately 2.3 hectares of the Tahura area. It has a pool area measuring 0.96 hectares and a storage capacity of 34,500 square meters. The embankment height from the bottom of the storage is 5.18 meters. This structure is designed to effectively reduce the occurrence of flooding.

Apart from its flood prevention function, Embung Sanur is expected to serve as a recreational, sports, and photography destination for both locals and tourists visiting Denpasar, the capital city of Bali province. 

Sanur is a renowned tourist destination, and the addition of Embung Sanur to its attractions is expected to further boost its appeal.

Taman Jepun

Denpasar, the capital city of Bali province, boasts a tourist destination that serves as a sanctuary for a wide range of frangipani flowers - the Bali Frangipani Palace. Situated on Jl. Hayam Wuruk Tanjung Bungkak, No. 104H, Sumerta Kelod, East Denpasar, this palace is the world's largest frangipani garden.

The palace serves as a conservation site for Indonesia's germplasm, with a particular focus on frangipani flowers. Oka Dipa established this frangipani-based flower garden in 2009 due to his personal preference for this flower. Initially, most of the flower seedlings were grown through his own cultivation efforts. However, the Department of Agriculture later provided assistance, leading to the planting of up to 400 different varieties of frangipani in this 2.5-hectare location.

Of these 400 varieties, 140 originate from Bali while the remaining 260 come from foreign countries, primarily Hawaii and Thailand. The Frangipani Palace houses several interesting features, including the Charles Plumier Monument, which greets visitors as they enter the garden. Plumier, a renowned French botanist, discovered the Frangipani genus named Plumeria. His classification work on over 4,000 plant species led to the identification of 700 new species, including the frangipani.

The palace's vast artificial lake, which lies directly in front of the La Jepun Restaurant, offers a refreshing and picturesque view. Numerous bird species, such as black and white swans, ducks, and other water birds, can be spotted here. Additionally, an international standard gateball field is present. The most recent attraction added to the Frangipani Palace is the pedal go-car game, introduced as one of the garden's recreational options from September 1, 2020.

Kebon Vintage Cars

Starting with a love for collecting wooden toy cars during his childhood, Pak Jos, the owner of "Kebon Vintage Cars," soon turned his passion into a hobby filled with enthusiasm when he finally bought his first vintage car in 1996. Since then, he has been collecting antiques and unique vintage cars in his private garage to fulfill his childhood dream.

In 2019, Pak Jos finally realized his lifelong dream by opening an antique car museum with the hope of sharing his love for antique cars and preserving the attraction and diversity of tourist destinations in Bali.

Pak Jos is currently an advisor to the Indonesian Vintage Car Fans Association (PPMKI) in Bali and is dedicated to preserving antique cars beautifully while keeping the community strong and cohesive.

Kebon exhibits more than 100 antique cars from around the world, ranging from pre-war era cars to well-known brands such as Chevrolet, Cadillac, Dodge, Pontiac, Morgan, Mercury, Plymouth, Hudson, Fiat, Mini Cooper, and many more.

Some of Indonesia's historical cars are also showcased, such as the 1948 Plymouth that belonged to the first lady of Indonesia (Soekarno's wife) - Ibu Fatmawati.

The restoration team requires a lot of attention and effort to restore and maintain each vehicle to near-original specifications, and most of the cars are still operational. Visitors can rent them for their event needs.

It is our hope that our diverse collection will offer our audience a panoramic view into the rich automotive heritage that cannot be found elsewhere in Bali.