Things to Do During Holiday in Ubud
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A gorgeous piece of music may found a long time ago, but not be enough to fully explore and experience the richness of Balinese culture and arts, visiting these museums will give an inspirational side view of life. From humans to the pyramid, artifacts to archaeology, look after this list for the best museums you have to visit while in Bali.
Here’s our top list :
This museum in Ubud displays the island’s most important fine arts pieces, with a complete collection that represents all schools of Balinese art. It collects artworks from local and international artists, many of which tell stories about the life of Balinese people.
The La Mayeur Museum is home to the works of Belgian-born artist Adrien Jean Le Mayeur. Although the artists traveled the world before settling in Bali, his works are dense with Bali-inspired elements and figures, from traditional dancers to temples and flowers. The museum building, previously home to the artist and his wife Ni Polok, is an attraction in itself, with traditional architecture and rooms that tell stories about the life of the renowned artist.
Established by renowned Balinese art enthusiast Wayan Suteja Neka, the Neka museum presents its wide and ever-growing collection since 1976. From classical to contemporary traditional to modern, almost every kind of art can be found in the museum — paintings, sculptures, traditional tools, and weapons — many of which give insight into the elaborate culture of Bali.
Do you have your own favorite best museums in Bali? Maybe we do not give you a long list but those 3 are our fav!