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Gianyar regency has an area of 368 square km; it is the second most densely populated district in Bali (after Badung). Although Badung Regency, Denpasar and Gianyar Regency are the three richest regions in Bali and most of their wealth comes from tourism, in February 2012 Gianyar Regency officially banned the construction of new increasingly popular condominium hotels (condotels) and apartment facilities in order to prote... Read more


Established by Agung Rai, the Agung Rai Museum of Art, or ARMA,
is a museum, gallery, and cultural
Agung Rai Museum of Art

Established by Agung Rai, the Agung Rai Museum of Art, or ARMA, is a museum, gallery, and cultural center in the heart of Ubud. The museum complex is made up of several traditional buildings surrounded by gardens and laced with water flowing through channels and fountains. ARMA is the only place in Bali to see the works of the famous German artis...

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Also known as Don Antonio Blanco Museum, this exuberant edifice
was home to prolific Catalan artis
Blanco Renaissance Museum

Also known as Don Antonio Blanco Museum, this exuberant edifice was home to prolific Catalan artist Antonio Blanco. Hailing from Spain, the eccentric artist made his journey to Bali via the Philippines and found an artistic niche for himself on the Island of the Gods. Specializing in erotic art and illustrated poetry, Blanco is sometimes compared...

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North of the main street in Ubud, you’ll find the Chapel of
Mother Goddess Rajarajeshwari Tr
Chapel of Mother Goddess Rajarajeshwari Tripurasundari

North of the main street in Ubud, you’ll find the Chapel of Mother Goddess Rajarajeshwari Tripurasundari, a modern center of worship dedicated to the feminine facet of the divine. This beautiful interfaith chapel was established to honor the mother goddesses in history, such as Kuan Shih Yin, Mary Magdalene, Lakshmi, Durga, Kali, Saraswati,...

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Eerily beautiful, this ‘Temple of Death Rites’, otherwise known
as Pura Dalem Sidan is
Dalem Sidan Temple

Eerily beautiful, this ‘Temple of Death Rites’, otherwise known as Pura Dalem Sidan is dedicated to Merajapati, the guardian spirit of the dead. Considered by some to be one of the spookiest temples on the island, Pura Dalem Sidan was built in the 17th century by I Dewa Gede Pindi, and features a bell tower on which depictions of a le...

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Pura Gado is located an hour out of Nyuhkuning,
accessed via a shaky girder bridge over the Oos Rive
Gado Temple and Goa Raksasa

Pura Gado is located an hour out of Nyuhkuning, accessed via a shaky girder bridge over the Oos River. The temple showcases a bizarre mix of Buddhist stupas and primitive Polynesian attributes. Take a short walk south of this village and find Goa Raksasa nestled in the rice fields, a beautiful meditation spot in a Javanese-style temple alcove frame...

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