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Denpasar City


The balinese provincial capital is located in the south part of island about 45 minute from Ngurah rai international airport has house some of the tourist destination object such as Bali museum,Bajrab Sandhi Monument,Bali Art Centre,and Kumbasari traditional art market. The name Denpasar – from the Balinese words “den”, meaning north, and “pasar”, meaning market – indicates the city’s origins as a market-town, on the site of what is now Kumbasari Market (formerly “Peken Payuk”), in the northern part of the modern city. Denpasar was the capital of the Kingdom of Badung. The royal palace was looted and razed during the Dutch intervention in Bali (1906). A statue in Taman Puputan (Denpasar’s central square) commemorates the 1906 Puputan, in which as many as a thousand Balinese, including the Raja and his court, committed mass suicide in front of invading Dutch troops, rather than submit to them. after Indonesian independenceĀ  the government seat has slowly move to Denpasar for easier acces and closed with Tuban Airfield from Singaraja City in North Coast of the island asĀ  the Bali Government seat include the lesser sunda island during the colonial era. In 1958 Denpasar became the seat of government for the Province of Bali. It remained the administrative centre of both Badung Regency and the City of Denpasar until 2009 before Badung regency moved their capital to the newly Mangupura administrative Area
Both Denpasar and Badung Regency have experienced rapid physical, economic, social and cultural growth. Denpasar has become not only the seat of government, but also the centre of commerce, education, industry, and tourism