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Bajra Sandhi Monument

238 Reviews

Bajra Sandhi Monument

238 Reviews
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caddyandbellA wrote a review Jan. 2020
Perth, Australia3,033 contributions353 helpful votes
Our driver took us to this monument/history museum on our way to somewhere else.Entrance was 50000rph each to get in.If you are interested in history then you will enjoy the 3D displays and written histories.Not much else to see but the building and gardens are nice and great views from the top floor.The building is air conditioned which was fabulous as it was a very humid day
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Date of experience: December 2019
JawaharJoshi wrote a review Dec. 2019
Thane, India235 contributions19 helpful votes
We visited in December 2019 and it was very hot. There is an open space around the monument and Free wi-fi is available. On one side it is having 3-D show and a museum too
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Date of experience: December 2019
ECWorld wrote a review Sep. 2019
Hong Kong, China2,590 contributions237 helpful votes
Went near noon when it was pretty hot, the place was largely deserted but there were still some folks doing wedding photos - apparently this monument was judged photogenic enough for such purposes. The admission fee was a bit stiff, and there was not much of interest inside the monument itself. But the various structures of the monument did serve as a good setting for some nice photos, particularly when the place was not too crowded (the place seemed to be particularly popular with Chinese tourists)
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Date of experience: September 2019
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WengHsiuSe wrote a review Jul. 2019
Taichung, Taiwan56 contributions8 helpful votes
Visiting Bajra Sandhi Momument last Sunday, it is a well-maintained place, worth a visit if you are not far away from it. Right next to it is Bali 3 D Museum, so you can visit also visit it if you are interested. Beside it is a large park, which is pleasant to sit on a sunny Sunday afternoon. In my short visit, I meet five couples taking their marriage pictures there (they have a ticket for couples who want to take marriage pictures there, so it IS a popular place). Two of the couples seem to be local people or Indonesians. Three of them are from mainland China, and one couple is especially rude. They block at least two doorways for long time, and don't care if anyone need to pass. I meet them at another door, and they even lock the door , and show a bad attitude when you walk near which make me really uncomfortable. They really need to know what politeness is before they can be popular visitors.
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Date of experience: July 2019
Dan L wrote a review Mar. 2019
Bunbury, Australia4,600 contributions973 helpful votes
This a very imposing monument, unfortunately when I visited all gates were locked and it was not open to tourists and, I think, also closed for public access. Perhaps closed from the ceremonies of previous days. The monument is dedicated to the struggles of the Balinese people, construction commenced in 1987 and it was officially opened on14th June 2003. The monument immortalises the soul and spirit of the Balinese people struggles. Again, our guide was invaluable and gave a good explanation of the historical and symbolic sections of the structure.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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