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Indonesia’s only international film festival that
was created in 2007 by the non-profit Bali T
Annual Balinale International Film Festival

Indonesia’s only international film festival that was created in 2007 by the non-profit Bali Taksu Indonesia Foundation to promote local filmmakers as well as present a well-respected program of award winning feature, documentary and short films from around the globe. In previous years there have been as many as 50 films featured from over 20...

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This
palatial museum and its splendid garden area sit on crest of a hill overlooking
the Campuan Riv
Antonio Blanco Museum

This palatial museum and its splendid garden area sit on crest of a hill overlooking the Campuan River. It was the home and studio of one of Bali's most celebrated, and eccentric, artists Antonio Blanco, born in the Philippines of Spanish descent thus known as the "Dali of Bali." The museum contains a large collection of works, primarily portraits ...

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Pura Arjuna Metapa is located in the middle of a picturesque
rice paddy.  Its structure resembl
Arjuna Metapa Temple

Pura Arjuna Metapa is located in the middle of a picturesque rice paddy.  Its structure resembles a small pavilion rather than a classical temple. The very name when translated means “Temple Where Arjuna meditated”. It features statues of Arjuna and his attendant/servants Twalen and Merdah. The group represents a well-known passage...

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Historically, the royal houses of the Gianyar Regency were
patrons of the arts and in the 1930&rsquo
Art Villages Of Southern Gianyar

Historically, the royal houses of the Gianyar Regency were patrons of the arts and in the 1930’s with the onset of tourism to the island, artisans from this region found a bourgeoning market for their talents that also later evolved to include handicraft production, which is still one of the mainstay cottage industries for Gianyar today. ...

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This traditional
market is located on Jl. Gajah Mada, Denpasar, across the Kumbasari Market,
separat
Badung Market

This traditional market is located on Jl. Gajah Mada, Denpasar, across the Kumbasari Market, separated by the Badung River. As one of the largest markets in Bali, Badung Market is ‘the market that never sleeps’ – open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, this market is a multi-storey concrete complex of shops and stalls selling ever...

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