Ubud Palace

Attraction Ubud Palace Published on: 13-11-2015

1 hours 30 mins
09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
07:30 PM
09:00 PM
Second-time visit
Must see
0.00 USD

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The Ubud Palace, officially Puri Saren Agung, is a historical building complex situated in Ubud, Gianyar Regency of Bali, Indonesia.

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Why Ubud Palace is special ?

Puri Saren Ubud (Ubud Palace) is an Ubud Kingdom Palace with beautiful Balinese traditional houses as a residence of Ubud King. It is set in the center of Ubud Bali with traditional art market just in front of it and it is found by Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel who has commanded from year 1800 - 1823. This palace is an artistic cultural life center, while the traditional market is the symbol of local economics resident. The existence of Puri Saren as a palace is equipped by a Wantilan/auditorium that is a large building of meeting room and a banyan tree as shelter place at the daytime. The traditional market is the place of society economics and its existence is always border on palace as artistic cultural life center. It means that the both pole meeting is describing the dynamics of society and kingdom life.

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What to explore at Ubud Palace?

Places to Visit in Ubud

Puri Saren, Ubud palaceThe tourists who purchase the tour package to Ubud will visit this place and they will feel not complete if they are not invited to visit the Puri Saren (Ubud Palace) and traditional market, because both of these tourist destinations are the soul and identity of Ubud Village itself. The palace is very beautiful with artistically traditional building and contains the high esthetics value. It is situated in the good temperature which can give the ruthless and freshness for every visitor. Some world class painters from Europe have lived in Ubud like Rudolf Bonnet, Walter Spies, Arie Smith, Antonio Blanko, Hans Snell and others. These entire world class painters through its painting masterpiece have indirectly followed to promote Bali Tourism because theme or their painting objects are about the culture and nature of Bali. Ida Tjokorda Agung Sukawati has exploited his palace as lodge place for his entire respectable guest.

Ubud Palace in Growth

In the year 1928, the Tjampuhan Hotel is founded for all empire's guest and on 1934, this hotel is opened as a lodge for empire's guest and also used as a center place of Pita Maha Organization Activities. Tjampuhan Hotel is an eldest hotel in Ubud with the traditional style. In growth hereinafter, Ubud as a tourism destination is one of tourist area in Gianyar Regency own separate specification.

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Selling points

  • Heart of Ubud
  • A Royal Palace in small size.
  • Make Sure You Stay For The Traditional Dancing
  • Central meeting point
  • A touch of Balinese Royalty
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Tips for you

  • They sell semi-cold beer inside (large for 40, small for 35) so you can skip the pre show drink
  • It's quite crowded at night so you need to pay attention to your personal belongings.
  • There's a traditional Balinese dance performance for 1-1.5 hours for only $8.
  • The traditional performance starts at 7:30 p.m
  • No need for tickets in advance, just buy at the door and show up maybe 20 minutes early to get good seats.
  • It is very close to the Ubud market and the main shopping district so you stroll around to get some items
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Enjoy the Balinese traditional performance every night

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On our first day in Ubud, Bill and I stopped into Ubud Palace. After chatting for a while with one of the guides, we were invited into an inner sanctum where visitors are not normally allowed. There, we were fortunate enough to view the true opulence of the royal family's lifestyle. Although they are now royals in name only, they still use the palace as a residence, and one grandchild was married there not long ago. Later, we attended a legong dance performance of parts of the Ramayana, accompanied by gamelan music. It was a delightful introduction to Balinese culture and dance. There is a modest fee for the performance, but not for visiting the palace itself. TIP for legong performance: Arrive an hour early to get a good seat! These performances are packed! http://www.tripadvisor.com.vn/ShowUserReviews-g297701-d1009746-r246766580-Puri_Saren_Palace-Ubud_Bali.html#

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