Denpasar, the largest city and capital of Bali Island is a melting pot of Balinese rich traditions and colours . The city is linked with Singaraja and other cities through a network of roads. Land at the Ngurah Rai International Airport ; take a Bemo or the mini van to Denpasar. The main attractions that you could go to are the Bali Provincial State Museum , Renon Square , the Ethnography museum, Nusa Penida and Jagatnata Temple . Try and visit the Sanur Beach , popular for its reefs and white sand. Not to miss is the awful Batur Volcano that lies North-East of Bali and is constantly recreating itself with periodic eruptions, the last of which erupted in 2000. Do not miss a visit to the Besakih temple or the ‘mother temple', Bali 's largest and most sacred temple complex, a tourist attraction around Denpasar. This Hindu temple has a long mythological history that unifies thousands of Hinduism followers from all over the world. To witness the Bali culture, which is at its aesthetic best, make a visit to Ubud's village located at the centre of Bali island in the hills.
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