Denpasar City Tour

Denpasar City Tour | Explore Capital of Bali

Denpasar City is Bali Capital City. Denpasar City Tour takes you to places such as Bali Traditional MarketJagatnatha TempleBali Museum and Bajra Sandhi Monument.

Denpasar City Tour

It is one of short tours in Bali which takes around 4 – 5 hours. The tour will bring you to the unique places like Bali traditional market where you can see the local society with their activities in the market. Our tour guide is outstanding offer you our best service to guide you to the right place along with the comfortable car transfer to complete your trips are more enjoyable.

Badung Traditional Market is a traditional market located in the center of Denpasar city as a meeting point between Balinese local seller and buyer.  This market display the local Balinese daily needs or local product trading that is very crowded with unique activities and friendly smiles of Balinese people. We can also find local material along the main street in front of Badung market and for more detail of this market, you can discover here.

Jagatnatha Temple is the biggest Hindu Temples situated in center of Bali’s Capital and easily reached from any direction. It is a beautiful temple in east site of Puputan Badung Square Garden and appointed as a public shrine to worship of Ida Shang Hyang Widi Wasa (Hindu God). It is feature by the beautiful and artistic temple building adopting from the traditional Balinese Hindu concept.

Bali Museum is one of famous Places to visit in Denpasar city collecting the ancient object related to the history of Bali Island generally. This Museum is stragectly located on Mayor Wisnu street, just beside of Jagatnatha Temple or in front of Puputan Badung Square Garden. In this place, you will discover the hotorical objects that have Nobel cultural values.

Bajra Sandhi is a beautiful monument to commemorate the Balinese struggle against the Dutch colonialism that is replicated in a beautiful and artistic building design by Balinese architectures in form of Bajra (Bell). It is located in the center of Denpasar city right in front of Bali’s governor office situated in Renon village.


  • 07:30 – Pick up at the hotel
  • 08.30 – Visit Denpasar Traditional Market
  • 09.00 – Visit Jagatnata Temple
  • 09.30 – Visit Museum/Art Center
  • 10.30 – Visit Bajra Shandi Monument
  • 11.00 – Back to hotel
  • 12.00 – Arrive at hotel

Denpasar City Tour – Terms and Conditions

  • Children age is accounted from 2 – 12 years. Meanwhile, the adult rate will be applied if the children age beyond 12 years old.
  • Minimum 24 hours booking can be accepted otherwise it will be subject to availability bases.
  • Booking confirmation is subject to availability bases.
  • We require the advance payment and booking request to block and secure the space, otherwise it will be subject to availability bases.

Cancellation Policy

We will charge the cancellation fee when you have made the cancellation within:

  • 50% from the total invoice will be charged if the cancellation is made 3 days before the tour date
  • 100% from the total invoice will be charged if the cancellation is made 1 day up to now show
  • These cancellation are valid for individual booking only meanwhile for the group booking will be informed separately on our confirmation sheet

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  1. Looks fun! I went to Bali a few years ago but I didn’t explore the island properly because I got a boat straight to Lembongan island:) Would love to go back and see actual Bali though!

  2. I have visited this city. It’s culturally so rich. Awesome hindu temple only adds to it. I was amazed to see do many temples in Bali. I like the picture you have shared with all the relevant details.

  3. More than the temples and museums, I am fascinated by the market. It looks so colourful and vibrant. Would love to visit Bali. Cheers!!

  4. BLi is one of favorite places in the world! All I did was eat there. There is so many delicious local foods and fresh foods there. I discovered two fruit I had no idea about. Chocolate fruit and snake fruit! I didn’t get a chance to visit Denpasar, but the next time I go to Bali, I’ll defintely Visit this temple and the market.

  5. I would love to visit the Badung Traditional Market and the Bali Museum.

  6. What a full pack travel tour I the morning, this is for sure no waste of time visit category, this one fits my mom taste cause she loves scheduling everything. I guess Jagatnatha Temple is interesting to visit with the garden and it’s surrounding. Would love to visit the Bali museum too. Very efficient tour for those who likes to save time.

  7. CreativeTravelGuide (@CTGTravelGuide)

    Thank you for this! I want to visit Denpasar so badly so this tour post will be a massive help!!

  8. This looks fab! I really want to go to Bali – my sisters just got back and loved it so much!

  9. Bali is so high on my travel list All those temples look so pretty and photogenic. It also looks like a great place to hike. The temples are my favourite.

  10. So good that the tour covers such important places and that too in short duration. I think a tourist can get good exposure to Bali life through this tour. The traditional market interests me a lot. I am yet to make a trip to Bali, will definitely keep this in mind.

  11. My Travelogue by Bhushavali

    Gorgeous… I’m yet to explore the Far Eastern countries. I’m thinking of going there in 2019. Let’s see. That’s a perfect Bali itinerary. Thanks for it. Jagatnatha Temple and Bajra Sandhi are definitely very interesting that I won’t miss!

  12. Looks like a fun and fast-paced trip itinerary. I’ve never been to Bali, so I’d be in awe the entire time. The market would be a fun way to get a quick introduction into Balinese culture.

  13. This looks like such a nice city trip. I have never been to Bali but it is so high on my bucket list. It looks also just perfect for hiking.

  14. This sounds like the perfect tour for me! I’m not into the really long, all day tours. I’d love to visit the market. Local markets are my favorite!

  15. Looks like touring Bali and Denpasar is just touring Heaven. Thanks for sharing

  16. Great post, Depansar is such a fabulous place with so much to do and see. I love Bali. Thanks for sharing a few more things for me to do on my next trip there.

  17. I have been to Bali for a conference so the only things I saw were the hotel facilities and amenities. I should have taken this tour and at least got to see a matket, a temple, a museum, and a monument.

  18. This is a short yet wonderful itinerary. Although I would be more interested in Museum and market than in temple but I find it bad to visit a place and not see one of its landmarks.

  19. This is a short yet wonderful itinerary. Although I would be more interested in Museum and market than in temple but I find it bad to visit a place and not see one of its landmarks.

  20. Wonderful to find this post. This is because Bali is very popular and I have seen many posts on Bali. Yet, I don’t remember reading about Denpasar… in fact, I did not even know the capital of Bali. I guess everyone just talks about the beaches.

  21. I went to Bali twice, the last time I spent a month in Canggu, but I never really explored Denpasar since I thought it was a real mess of traffic and people. However, I will make sure to book this tour next time I am there!

  22. I’ve heard from many friends who visited Bali that the place is just filled with beaches and nothing much to explore. This post definitely sheds light on some of the cultural landmarks and interesting sights that Denpasar has to offer as well. Thanks for sharing.

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