Indonesia Sights

Pasifika Museum

  • Block P
  • Nusa Dua

Published 04/06/2017

Fodor's Review

Take a primer course in the fine arts of Bali at Pasifika Museum. The 350 piece collection, mainly paintings, includes legendary Balinese and foreign artists. Big names Adrien Jean Le Mayeur, Theo Maier, Miguel Covarrubias and Donald Friend—the latter two perhaps better known for their writing about Bali—are well represented. Rather oddly, artworks are arranged by the artists' country of birth, rather than chronologically or by subject or region depicted. Works from Pacific islands and Indochina are also displayed. The museum injects needed local culture into Nusa Dua, a government-developed five-star hotel complex about 9 miles (15 kilometers) from Kuta at the southern tip of Bali that lacks island character.

Sight Information


Bali Tourism Development Corporation (BTDC) Area, Block P, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia



Sight Details:

  • Rp70,000; children under 10 free

Published 04/06/2017


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