the impression of a bustling overgrown village, Denpasar is the largest
city on the island, the center of commerce and governmental administration.
Belated town planning is doing its best to control the urban sprawl of
the bustling little city, and the recent addition of traffic light at
the busiest intersection as well as a great number of one-way street Jalan
Gajah Mada is the commercial center of shops, banks and restaurant, and
back onto the PASAR BADUNG market place, a sprawling complex of stalls
with every imaginable commodity available from salted fish, spices and
herb to gold jewelry and fine woven cloth. The MUSEUM is well worth visiting
In Denpasar, ethnic homogeneity is a thing of the fat. Non - Balinese
now make up around 30 % of the city population. There are several Javanese
Kampung, Chinese and Arab/Punjabi area. The Muslim call to prayer, the
rumble of the Beleganjur Orchestra and the person's sermon represent just
some of the sound in the Denpasar day. This Variety has important cultural
consequences. The Indonesia language is increasingly taking over from
Balinese in daily communication.
Denpasar is where the Balinese scholars translate Indian holy books, new
prayers are taught, and Hinduism reinterpreted. Other beautiful in Bali
is Monument include the temple and palace of Kesiman, Panambangan Temple
(near Pemecutan palace). And Satrian temple, with is near by bird market.
Pemecutan, Kesiman, and Badung (now the name of the nearby regency) were
the three " UNITED KINGDOMS " on the territory of Denpasar.
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