Bajra Sandhi Monument is a noteworthy point of interest in Denpasar, set ideal in the focal point of the Renon Square (alluded to just as, 'Puputan Renon'). The site is neighboring the Bali Governor's office and is difficult to miss with its stupendous structure that takes after a Balinese Hindu minister's supplicating chime, or 'bajra'. Inside the base is an exhibition hall that showcases differently recorded dioramas of the general population's past battle for Independence.
Located overlooking the Bali Governor's Office, the Bajra Sandhi Monument is a mighty structure that signifies the struggle of the Balinese people. The monument was built back in the late 19th Century, having an elegant rectangular architecture, making it a historically significant place to witness with our Bali trip packages from India.
The main building has three floors and is named the Utama Mandala. The second Mandala is used for meditation and is an epitome of serenity where one can soothe the soul. The entire edifice is enclosed by the courtyard and is called the Nista Mandala.
Highlights: The landmark is a rectangular shape, and takes after the structural standards of the "Tri Mandala." It comprises of three sections specifically Utama Mandala, Madya Mandala and Nista Mandala.
Location: Bajra Sandhi Monuments is located at Jalan Raya Puputan No. 142, Panjer, Denpasar Sel., Kota Denpasar, Bali 80234, Indonesia
Timings: Opens from 8:30 AM–4:30 PM
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