Local Attractions
International Kite Festival
The annual international kite festival takes place here every July. Traditional Bali-nese giant kites up to 10 meters in length are made and flown competitively by teams from different villages around Bali. The origins of this event are as a festival intended to send a message to the Hindu Gods to create abundant crops and harvests. Aside from the actual organized festival, from June through to August each year, visitors will see many giant kites being flown in this area.
Le Mayeur Museum
Jl Hangtuah (go the end of Jalan Hangtuah and turn right at the beach. Proceed along the paved footpath through the souvenir stalls and look for the entrance to the museum on your right. This is the former home of noted Belgian impressionist Adrian Jean Le Mayeur, which is now a museum dedicated to his works. Le Mayeur arrived in Bali in 1932 and soon immersed himself in the culture of the island, and married a noted Balinese Legong dancer. Much of the house stands just as it did when he died in 1958, and apart from viewing his works, visitors will gain an insight into what it must have been like to be one of Bali's very first expats. The whole place is in need of some maintenance, but this remains one of Bali's true hidden treasures
Mangrove Information Centre
Visit the well appointed Mangrove Information Centre set in the huge 600 hec-tare mangrove forest which fringes the east coast south of Sanur. There are two different boardwalks through the mangrove forest. This centre is doing great work in educating local schoolchildren as well as visitors, about the importance of mangrove forests. A good place to spend half a day for adults and children.
Pura Blanjong (Blanjong Temple)
Jl Danau Poso, Blanjong (just south of Sanur). The most notable temple in Sanur which contains a major inscription on a stone pillar called the Prasati Blanjong. The inscription tells of a Javanese king who visited Bali in the 10th century and installed what was probably Bali's first formal government. This is Bali's oldest known artifact.
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Serangan Island Turtle Conservation Centre (Turtle Island)
About 3 km South of Sanur, reached by turning east off the main Jl Ngurah Rai bypass. Visit the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre and learn about current conservation initiatives. This island used to be the centre of the Balinese trade in turtle meat until the practice was banned.
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Hardy's Grosir
Jl Danau Tamblingan 193, This is Sanur's main supermarket, and a good place for stocking up on regular items.
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Gudang Keramik
Jl Danau Tamblingan (400m from the hotel) This is the outlet for seconds of the famed Jengala Ceramics company (main showroom in Jimbaran). Their standards are very high and you may not notice why some of these items are classed as seconds. Some superb bargains to be had in everything from decorative vases to flatware.
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Nogo Bali Ikat Centre
Jl Danau Tamblingan. (50m from the hotel) Specializes in the very best quality woven ikat fabrics from Bali and elsewhere in Indonesia. If you are looking for cheapies, don't even think of going here. If you have an eye for quality though, this will be right up your alley. You can purchase fabric by the piece, made up as clothing or home wares, and examine their very impressive genuine antique collection.
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Sindhu Market
Jl Danau Tamblingan (500m from the hotel) At the northern end of Jalan Pungutan, just before it hits Jalan Danau Tamblingan, there is an art market, sometimes referred to as Sindhu Market. This is a one-stop shop for all manner of Balinese handicrafts, sarongs, t-shirts and knock-offs such as sunglasses. A similar set up can be found at beachfront Art Market at the end of Jalan Hangtuah. Take the footpath leading North which weaves through a maze of stalls and the odd cafe.

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