Bajra Sandi Monument

Bajra Sandi Monument is located in the city of Denpasar which is a monument to the Struggle of the Balinese People and became a heroic symbol of the Balinese people from generation to generation also from ancient times to the colonial era.

This monument stands upright on a green expanse of grass and is very beautiful to be able to see it.

And Bajra Sandi Museum, there are many collections ranging from prehistoric Bali to the days of filling independence

Visiting this monument, you will see typical Balinese architecture where the Bajra Sandhi Monument expresses a tall bell towering on a lotus (seroja), a symbol of the meeting of lingga and yoni, namely the nature of masculinity and femininity, has the meaning of giving birth to fertility and prosperity, thus creating the welfare of the people. This building implements the Tri Mandala conception.

Entering the monument, from the bottom you have to climb stairs that will take you to a garden, then there are a few more steps to get inside where there is a fish pond inside. Then head to some more stairs to get to the main room where you can see various dioramas that tell the story of life in Bali from the stone age to the independence era.

Banjra Sandhi has a room at the top where there is only staircase access in the middle of the pool. From inside the room, you can see the expanse of green grass, rooftops, and surrounding buildings that dominate the scenery.

Bajra Sandhi's unique design attracts many visitors every day, and art exhibitions such as photo or painting competitions often take place in the exhibition hall.

There is an even more beautiful view outside the diorama room, where you can take in the scenery while enjoying the breeze.

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