Bali, arguably the most beautiful and breath-taking locale in the bustling nation of Indonesia, contains many dream-like locales. The tropical beauty of Bali is paramount, encompassing breath-taking beaches, terrific tropical landscapes and a captivating and highly developed realm of performing arts containing both modern and traditional varieties. In addition to all of these fundamentally fantastic factors, there is one attraction within the island of Bali that truly accentuates the dream-like nature of the land, and that is the place known as the Dream Museum Zone, a gallery featuring elaborate three dimensional paintings that visitors can interact with has photographs taken.
The Dream Museum Zone alone is worthy of a family vacation to this magnificent island, and there are various Bali Family resorts to choose from that are equally as dreamy as the DMZ, such as the Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali.
The stunning life-size murals featured in the Dream Museum Zone showcase a wide variety of scenes and themes, ranging from breath-taking depictions of historic locations within Indonesia, to fantastical settings involving everything from dinosaurs to magic carpets. The museum’s three levels contain a grand total of one hundred and twenty different works of art that are divided into three very distinct categories. One of the most popular of these is the Renaissance category, which features humorous yet creative portrayals and depictions of famous paintings and their artists, such as Mona Lisa carrying a fruit basket and Vincent Van Gogh taking a shave. The expansive section contains mind-numbingly gorgeous depictions of elaborate locales ranging from Venice to Egypt and Indonesia to the Amazon.
The scenes have carefully places markers indicating the best places for one to stand in order to obtain the best shot, while staff members are ever-present to aid in whichever way required. So the next time you’re in Bali, take a stroll through the fantastical halls of the Dream Museum Zone.
Uditha Dharmawardhane is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Roland Lefevre. He specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe.