Bali Bombing MemorialCurrently Open
- Address: Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:20 Mins
- Tags: Memorial, Monument, Family And Kids
Bali Bombing Memorial - Review
The Ground Zero Monument pays tribute to the victims who lost their lives during the 2002 Bombings in Kuta. 202 people lost their lives during the tragic time and 209 other were injured.
Today, the monument showcases the name of all its victims and is Kuta’s way to remember its people. The graceful monument holds the names of the people etched in gold.
Do stop by at the place to pay your respect to the lives lost.
How To reach Bali Bombing Memorial by Public Transport
- By Taxi
- By Renting a Car/Bike
- By Ojek Motorcycle
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Things to Know Before Visiting Bali Bombing Memorial
95% of people who visit Kuta include Bali Bombing Memorial in their plan
50% of people start their Bali Bombing Memorial visit around 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Bali Bombing Memorial
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bali Bombing Memorial
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Bali Bombing Memorial, Kuta Reviews
I didn't take any photos because the site is being renovated however its clear that the Balinese people have taken exceptional care of the memorial and it is a tribute to them for remembering those who died with such respect and dignity. Thank you!
A beautifully designed monument to commemorate those killed during the Bali bombing in Kuta. It is quieter during the day to visit.
How can you possibly rate, ground zero? So many people lost their lives here. Very sad 😭
Currently under renovation.... just remember that no religion teach us to harm each other.
I can't believe that you can actually rate memorials for people who have died, so my 5 star is just for what it is. It's lovely, it's overwhelmingly sad when you read the victims names and see their pictures, it makes you feel fortunate for who you have in your life. I think how people treat it like a typical tourist attraction, taking selfies and smiling photographs in front of it is pretty vulgar. It didn't sit well on my shoulders when I saw that. My advice is to go along, say a prayer for them or just take a moment for silence.