Established in the 14th century, at the time the Majapahit arrived from Java, this temple was damaged in a 1917 earthquake and has been...
This bit of urban open space commemorates the heroic but suicidal stand of the rajahs of Badung against the invading Dutch in 1906. A...
Museum Negeri Propinsi Bali
Think of this as the British Museum or the Smithsonian of Balinese culture. It's all here, but unlike those world-class institutions,...
Home to Bali's Coffee Co, this storefront sells locally grown beans and makes a mean espresso, which you can enjoy at the two tiny...
The crowd of late-model cars crammed into the forecourt indicates you've found one of Bali's new sensations: a thoroughly modern chain...
Jl Gajah Mada · interesting places nearby
Pasar Badung information
Bali’s largest food market is busy in the mornings and evenings; it’s a great place to browse and bargain. You’ll find produce and food from all over the island. Allow yourself to get lost here and revel in the range of fruits and spices on offer. The shops lining the side streets of the market are famous for textiles.
Sadly, a fire ripped through the market in early 2016, so there might not be much to look at here for a while.