Asana Artseum, which is usually visited by domestic tourists, is now starting to be visited by foreign tourists. The presence of foreign tourists making a visit is in harmony with the opening of the border followed by the flow of foreign airlines flying routes to Bali. “At the end of the month, there were foreign guests, such as from Europe, Australia and India at most. However, domestic tourists remain to exist,” said Sales Leader of Asana Artseum, Tiana, on Thursday (Sep 22).
Asana Artseum is located at Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Cultural Park, Ungasan, South Kuta Subdistrict, Badung. The atmosphere of the tourist attraction is very comfortable, and offers a beautiful panorama. On that account, the visit to the Asana Artseum must be fun. Visiting this Asana Artseum can get to know Bali through art. “As for the events leading up to the G20 Summit, Asana has not been so affected, whether it will be on the peak of the G20 Summit in the upcoming November,” she added.
Tiana admitted that for the increase in visits from overseas guests to the Asana Artseum, she felt to have increased. In a day the visits amount to 300-500 people whose composition is still mixed between foreign tourists and domestic tourists. “Here, guests can wear Balinese or Javanese costumes and take pictures in 20 studios, which are the largest Thematic Studios in Indonesia. In addition, Asana is an art gallery that is most enjoyed by foreign tourists because they can learn Balinese and Javanese culture,” she explained with a friendly smile.
When traveling at tourist attraction located at Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Cultural Park, Ungasan, South Kuta District, Badung, guests can enjoy Bali from its very unique art. The atmosphere of this tourist attraction is very comfortable, and offers a beautiful panorama. Asana Artseum is open every day from 10:00 to 20:00 Local Time. If you want to enjoy it, you must buy an entrance ticket for IDR 65,000 per person, and you have got a free refreshment drink and one photo by a professional photographer.
Bali is a very beautiful island and rich in culture in it. All of them can be seen through paintings, carvings and music. Asana Artseum is the largest iconic Balinese art museum located on the beautiful Island of the Gods, within the GWK Bali Cultural Park. “We invite guests to immerse themselves in the wonders of Balinese and Javanese culture with Indonesian traditions by wearing Balinese or Javanese costumes, and then taking photos in the studio with your loved ones,” said Tiana seriously.
Asana Artseum combines Balinese and Javanese culture and is packaged in 20 thematic studios and art galleries. The studios start from Angkul-Angkul, Gapura Bali, Gamelan, Javanese Terrace, Paon, Weaving Room, Bale Nelayan, Balinese Couple, Bali Window, Art Room, Balinese Carving Room, Painting Room, Puri Saren Agung, Rooma Madura, Wayang Kulit, Table Javanese Makeup, Javanese Work Room, Plate Booth, Javanese Living Room and Tiang Lampu. (BTN/015)