The urban atmosphere of Denpasar, Bali’s bustling capital city - as well as business and administrative hub -, contrasts sharply with the serene Hindu temples, green terraced rice fields and superb sandy beaches nearby. Denpasar is a cosmopolitan, modern city that has grown rapidly in the past three decades and in many ways it has more in common with other Indonesian regional capitals than with its island hinterland. Nevertheless, it is worth a visit, even if you prefer to stay in one of the resort areas nearby rather than in the city itself.
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||Banks, businesses and government offices are generally open 08.00-16.00 or 09.00-17.00 Monday - Friday. Many shopping malls remain open until 22.00 or later. Street markets do generally not open until around 19.00 and remain open as late as midnight. Many smaller shops stay closed from dusk on Friday and Saturday night.
||Bali Tourism Board
Jl. Raya Puputan 41, Renon, Denpasar
+62 361 235 600
Bali Government Tourist Information Centre
Jl. Bana Sari No.7 Legian Kuta, Denpasar
+62 361 754 092