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Taman Puputan

Taman Puputan refers to the Puputan Park in the local dialect. The park is located in the heart of Denpasar, Bali’s capital city and is very popular with tourists.

The park is home to a bronze statue that was erected to honour the memory of the valiant soldiers who fought for the island’s freedom against colonial rule by the Dutch masters.

Taman Puputan Park Denpasar Bali, Entrance Fee & Picnic Spots

The word ‘puputan’ is a Balinese word that means ‘a ritual war to death’. The Taman Puputan also hosts yearly celebrations to commemorate the fight against the colonialists. There are also warrior statues located here that reflect the warrior’s spirit to fight kompeni.

In addition to its historical significance, visitors to Bali love coming to the park as it is a great place to sit and have a picnic. Over the weekends and public holidays, it is common to see families with their little ones running around the park. In addition, there are kids activities organised each Sunday and all are welcome to participate.

You will find many people selling items such as food and souvenirs in the park, so if you are interested in making a purchase remember to barter the price down. There is no entrance fee for the park.

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