The square is not very big. It is not so much a square, it is better to call a turntable to be more real, with various mythical figures, splendid scenes of Hehefu, and a lot of people near Guanghua Street. . .
It's a small square, but when you rent a friction car here, you will always pass by here. There are many statues based on local characteristics. It can't be regarded as a scenic spot. There are quite a few places to eat nearby.
In a small square not far from Bali International Airport, there is a large Hindu horse-drawn carriage statue in the middle of the square. The two-meter-high carriage and statues are vivid and magnificent. May wish to pay attention on the way to and from the airport. Take a picture and make a card.
The square in Bali is not big at all, and it's over after a round. There is nothing to see here, some are sculptures. It is really not clear when it was built, but it just feels ugly.
The local residents of Bali believe in many gods, so there are many statues on the island, but this statue can be regarded as one of the largest sculptures in Bali, and it has become a landmark building in Bali. When seeing this sculpture for the first time, visitors can only take pictures as a souvenir. But as you understand the degree of Balinese culture, especially after watching the traditional Balinese dance, look at this sculpture, you will feel a sense of appreciation in your heart. This sculpture can be said to be lifelike, whether it is the tension muscles of the gods, the protruding eyeballs are exactly the same as those in traditional Balinese dances, making people feel majestic, the clouds where the gods step on, the artifacts in the hands, and the elegant costumes. , All embody the creation and belief of the Indonesian people.