Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Denpasar City

Catur Muka Statue in Denpasar City
Denpasar City is a city on the island of Bali and is the provincial capital of Bali, Indonesia. Beginning Buleleng is the capital of the province, but due to the location, geographical location, facilities and infrastructure support, then transferred to Denpasar. Until now, Denpasar still remains the provincial capital of Bali.

Denpasar is included in major cities in Indonesia. However, due to local regulations do not allow the construction of very tall buildings, should not exceed the coconut tree, then there will be found a very tall building in Denpasar, as in other major cities.

Denpasar city became the center of Bali's economy. This resulted in an increasing number of people living in Denpasar. Many rice fields into housing and shops. In the last ten years, the growth of development in the city of Denpasar very quickly and rapidly.

Growth accelerated impact on the growing number of people, as well as the number of vehicles that are not controlled, resulting in congestion on all roads in Denpasar. In fact, many roads lead to Denpasar, from other areas, becoming increasingly jammed. Criminal action also continues to grow, theft, robbery, deprivation is very common in the city of Denpasar.

The growth of the tourism industry on the island of Bali, causing Denpasar became the center of business, and put this city as having a per capita income and growth are very high in Bali Province. The Indonesian government will prepare three cities: Medan, Denpasar, and Makassar as the new metropolis. Spatial three towns included in the National Spatial Plan.

The development of tourism and the attraction of the island of Bali, has indirectly promote the progress of development in the city of Denpasar. The largest number of tourists come from Japan, and from Australia, Taiwan, Europe, UK, USA, Singapore and Malaysia. Focus on cultural tourism. Currently Denpasar become a barometer for the advancement of tourism in Bali, this can be seen with the emergence of a variety of five-star hotels as a means of supporting tourism activities. Sanur Beach is one of the crowded tourist area.

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