Museum Pasifika Tourist Attraction

Museum Pasifika

The Museum Pasifika is located in Nusa Dua, close to the shopping center Bali Collection. This fact contributes to its visits. The Museum was founded in 2006 by the Indonesian businessman Moetaryanto and the French collector Philippe Auge.

The Museum is attractive by the fact that it's not just a museum but a cultural center. This Museum has collected more than 600 works of art created by over 140 artists from 20 different countries. The Museum Pasifika also has an exhibition of sculptures. The Museum includes exhibitions of Indonesian and Balinese artists, Italian painters, Dutch painters, French artists, and more.

The Museum is built in the traditional Balinese style. It consists of a lobby, courtyard, where a variety of events takes place, and of eleven galleries, each of which has its own trend or style. First 5 galleries are dedicated to Indonesian artists. The sixth hall, separating two parts of the Museum, is given over to the actual exposition. The seventh shows the art of such countries as Cambodia and Vietnam; the eighth - the works of artists of Polynesia; the ninths – of Oceania. The tenth hall is dedicated to the works of two artists - Aloi Pilioko and Nicolai Michoutouchkine. And in the eleventh hall, you can see paintings by artists of China, Japan, Thailand and some others.

The Museum must be visited by everyone, who really wants to see Indonesia through the eyes of several generations of people.

Open hours

10:00 – 18:00


Jl. Nusa Dua, Benoa, Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Phone: +62 361 774935
Fax: +62 361 774559
E-Mail: [email protected]
8° 48′ 0″ S, 115° 13′ 50.16″ E

Ticket price

Adult price: Rp. 70.000
Children price: Free (0 - 10 years)

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