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Museum Pasifika

"Found this gem by suggestion from staff at the Nusa Dua Hotel & Spa. With in walking distance of this 5 star hotel. It was magical. The artwork was amazing. The room of masks will always be my favorite. The Museum Pasifika is a true hidden gem. Dignitaries are brought to this show case museum. Opened in 1999. You will not believe the diversity of the art available. Prints are available for purchase. Buy one. You will instantly be transported back to this amazingly lovely place. Tis true that memories are made one at a time."

          Museum Pasifika is a truly under-appreciated and poorly known attraction. It is a splendid museum, and is highly recommended for anyone interested in the art of Bali, Southeast Asia and the South Pacific region. Look for the exhibitions focused on European artists who made Bali their home, as well as renowned local painters.

The museum is an initiative of a small group of French and Indonesian art lovers and antique collectors. The Museum Pasifika collection is dominated by cultural and Balinese life themes. Here one can admire the works of the famous painter Nyoman Balinese and Javanese Gunarsa artist Raden Saleh, to name a few noteworthy Indonesian artists. The museum is located at the centre of Nusa Dua attractions, that makes the museum often gets visited.
Pasifika museum also has an educational function. Visitors to the museum gain insights into the cultural life in Southeast Asia by the themes of the works of art and antique collections.
Museum Pasifika has a lobby and several galleries, built with Balinese architectural elements.

 

There are 11 galleries with different art forms. Galleries  1-5 are provided with works by artists who live in Indonesia (attended) or have visited. These are Indonesian, Italian, Dutch, French, and Indo-European artists. There are works from Paul Gauguin, Theo Meier, Le Mayeur, Rudolf Bonnet, Arie Smith, Hendrik Paulides, Isaac Israel, Emilio Ambron, and many more.

Temporary exhibitions are held in gallery six. Gallery seven is devoted to the art of Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia, while room eight Polynesian and Tahitian art represents. Paintings by Aloi Pilioko and Nicolai Michoutouchkine be admired in hall nine, along with a number of works from Vanuatu and the Pacific Islands.

"Tapa" (bark artwork) from Oceania and the Pacific can be seen in gallery 10, while gallery 11 shows a number of paintings from Japan, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar and the Philippines. Museum Pasifika is not only a major international tourist attraction; but it is also a social and educational center for both students and artists.

Large bags and backpacks are not allowed inside, but can be stored free of charge at the "check room". Electronic devices such as laptops and cameras are not allowed in the galleries, but shooting is possible at some collections. Video cameras are only allowed in the lobby.

 

Students and artists can make a drawing of the exhibits of course. You will also see a regular person who makes a drawing of the artworks. This is permitted, it is not allowed when it is too crowded in the museum.

Opening hours: 10.00 - 18.00
Address: Nusa Dua (Block P)
Telephone: +62 (0)361 774 935

 

 

 


Ayodya Resort

This secluded and luxurious resort offers stunning views of the Indian Ocean. It is a beachfront resort with 300 meters of private and pristine beach. Located in the heart of Nusa Dua, views of Gunung Agung Mountain can be seen in the distance and Ayodya Resort is close to the Bali Golf and Country Club. The airport is 12 kilometers away while the city center is 30 kilometers away. Drop the kids off at Camp Anada and spend a day lounging by the pool or enjoying water sports such as surfing, snorkeling, diving, parasailing, and wind surfing. Other recreational and leisure facilities include mini golf, tennis courts, a fitness center, and a spa. The hotel boasts numerous restaurants serving up an array of cuisines including Japanese, Mediterranean, and Pan Asian. With numerous on-site facilities, Ayodya Resort is ideal for families and leisure travelers in Bali.

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