As part of our tour through Ubud, we found ourselves deep in the commercial end of town (by the Monkey Forest) which is where the Puri Saren Royal Palace lies. If you didn’t know this was where the ro...
When you hear "Ubud Palce", you're expecting something magical and grand. Don't expect this to be like Buckingham Palace. I had read up about the history of the palace before I came, this was lucky be...
Nice to pass by but not a grand Palace as you may expect
It's an important landmark and free to enter. There are locals dancing on the stage for practice when we were there during the day which was cute to see. If you're in Ubud, you should come snap a ...
Beautiful, free and fun dance performance in the evening
Came here in the day time to walk around. It's totally free and we took some nice photos. Not far down the road there's a temple, so we went there for an hour or so then came back here for the traditi...
The Ubud Palace (Puri Saren) is home to the Sukawati royal family. Located across from the Ubud Palace, it is where the main street and the Ubud Monkey Forest Road meets. The Palace is an iconic landmark in Ubud. The Palace is located inside the city of Ubud, an important center for the arts in Bali. The Palace was built first in the 16th century by famous artists. It contains 60 rooms and the entire palace is magnificent in appearance, in particular its entrance doors. Refined hand-carved reliefs and extravagant golden foils line the palace.
Every year, lots of art lovers come here. From 19:30 onwards, you can enjoy shows of indigenous, traditional Bali dances in the palace, such as the welcome dance, the masked dance. Even though it’s now opened to the public and even has a hotel inside, this is still very much the actual palace for the Ubud royal family. During the night you’ll find performances of Bali’s traditional dances.
Ubud Palace, Bali - Indonesia: This is located in Ubud near the market. This is my second time there but nothing has changed. There are still a lot of tourists. The palace with its structure looks charming in Balinese style.
The Ubud Palace is the residence of the Sukawati royal family. Founded in the 16th century!
is located directly opposite the Ubud market, because the royal family is still inside, so the interior is not open to the public.
The palace must be neatly dressed and can only be accessed from the side entrance;
at 7:30 pm every day, the palace can enjoy traditional dance performances with local Balinese characteristics.
The palace is open to the public free of charge, but you can only take photos in the entrance below. Dance performances from 19
The doors will be opened to those bold enough to knock.
Ubud Palace is located in Ubud, the “Artistic Town of Bali.” The building is majestic and adorned in intricate stone carvings. Gold decorations makes the whole palace look magnificent and stately. At the Ubud Palace, you can experience the traditional art culture of Bali. In the evening, there are Balinese dance performances in the courtyard. In addition, the Ubud market is easily reachable after visiting the palace. There you can buy a variety of Buddha statues, silverware, and special costumes.