Ubud PalaceCurrently Closed
- Address: Jalan Raya Ubud No.8, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
- Timings: 08:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids
It is a beautiful historical building complex located in the centre of Ubud Bali. The complex (or most of it) was established in the 19th century after the 1917 earthquake and is still home to the royals of the city. The stunning structure will take you back in time when the stone carved buildings were still so much in vogue. A detour in the palace ground will let you witness traditional designs and symbolisms spread throughout the building. There is a private temple called Pura Marajan Agung in the premises too which is the sacred praying place of the family. The whole building was structured by I Gusti Nyoman Lempad, a local artist who is known for his finesse. Come to check out the vast surrounding and the rituals that take place within the ground. If you are visiting in nights, you may also witness the dance performances that are held here.
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Entrance Ticket Details For Ubud Palace
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How to Reach Ubud Palace
- Bus Station- Kura Kura Bus Stop
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0.46% of people who visit Bali include Ubud Palace in their plan
26.67% of people start their Ubud Palace visit around 08 AM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Ubud Palace
57.14% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ubud Palace
Ubud Palace Reviews & Ratings
Yeah... This place is filled with cultural stuff. I think it is an eye opener to discover it and many angles u can take photos here. Nevertheless there are lots of people around. Be ware of pick pockets as it is crowded. At the back, there is also a toilet. So u need to pay 2000 rupiah to enter. Not that clean. Won't recommend the toilet to ladies. Guys are OK. Overall a pretty good place to discover. Lots of motorbike around the area.
Good place to pass by and have a look. Was fortunate enough to meet a guy who took us inside where the actually lived and showed beyond general public admission. Situated right in the middle of the city centre it can be accessed easily. Theres hardly parking if one is to drive there. A scooter or a walk there is highly recommended. Beautiful place to learn about culture.
Nice place to visit and take some nice pictures of the beautiful temple and sculptures. Very clean and tidy place. There are some people around to answer questions. Also not so busy :)
A visit to Ubud is not complete without visiting the Ubud palace. It is located in the centre of Ubud town, and it's totally free entry for all. Do not be fooled by the entrance ticket stand, they are there to sell the dance shows, it's not a ticket stand for entering the palace. There seems to be dancing and music entertainment most of time. And it attracts a lot of crowds. Only a small section of the whole Ubud palace is open to the visitors now. But it sure is a beautiful place to be. As always in a crowded place, it's always recommended to keep an eye on all your own personal belongings.
If you visit Ubud you’d probably visit the palace as well since it’s in the main street. Quite small areas you can explore. The golden colored architecture is also good for taking photos