We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This small museum at the north end of Sanur Beach evokes a time of innocence and beauty before the introduction of relatively recent laws banning "immodest dress." Even more impressive than the paintings by the Belgian artist of the young Balinese...more
All reviews ni pollok belgian artist worth a visit his life on display pollock small museum art museum art lovers young balinese great museum piece of history interesting paintings balinese house entry fee worth the effort bali beach
I always love to visit museum anywhere i go. So when i do my research i was determined to visit Le Mayeur. It sadden me that the place is practically forgotten , i really hope government would pay more attention to our cultural assets. You...More
A leisurely walk along the beach path and you will come across the entrance to the museum, but if you're not paying attention, you might miss it (we ended up going a little further along and taking the scenic route down a side gang). Some...More
You must visit this museum if for no other reason than to add your voice to request the government to spend some money on the museum to restore and maintain it with the care that it deserves.
If you are genuinely interested in art or...More
This was an interesting spot to visit but suspect there is an issue with funding since there isn't a lot being done to maintain the exhibits - dusty and tired. It's a shame because if it were it would be easier to recommend to others....More
I found this place when I did beach walk in Sanur. Located hidden , along the narrow walking path in Sanur. So I decided to step in , paid the entry fee IDR 25.000 for local. I read about Le Majeur and Ni Polok before,...More
Mr. Le Mayeur had an amazing love for Bali (and his Balinese wife). The grounds must have been wonderful in their heyday. Well worth a visit to see how the artist incorporated his studio and life. The museum is very small with several examples of...More
I was walking along Sanur beach when I found this museum behind the trees. First. I thought it was closed because no one seen and very quiet. But turned out I saw someone explaining something to some visitors. Apparently he was the guide. The entry...More
Response from Bhupinder 傅 | Reviewed this property |
1. Evening. They are accommodative and events held after closing hours. Do discuss a donation. Our discussion on many matters were probably 6 to 9 months ago. Please check for current status. Phone is as listed above. Cheers
Response from PEPPERMINT35 | Reviewed this property |
at the north end of Sanur just past the Bali Beach Hotel
it is a lovely walk as the avenue is wide and tree shaded or you can ride a bike - my husband usually hires one for the month so rides everywhere but I like to walk