20. Agung Rai Museum of Art, Bali
Spread across five hectares of land, the museum is a melting pot of Indonesia’s art and culture where you can get to witness paintings by prominent painters. Some works to impress you are Kamasan Paintings and many arts by Affandi and Hofker. The museum is nestled amidst scenic settings dominated by small water channels and gardens. There are exhibits featuring different dynasties that ruled the country over centuries. The facade of the museum building is typically Balinese and looks spectacular.
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