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Puri Saren Palace, Ubud

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Wander through a small section of the tranquil grounds of Puri Saren Palace, full of intricate sculptures, religious carvings, and ornate architecture. The palace once served as the former residence of Tjokorda Gede Agung Sukawati (1910–1978), the last ruling monarch of Ubud. Today the grounds are open to the public (not the building though), and hold regular cultural performances featuring masked performers and fire dancers moving to hypnotic percussion. Before you visit Ubud, use our trip planner to discover what you can do and see there.
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  • when border reopened,i came to Bali again,from end of May till mid of June,one day,when i waited for my driver to pick me up,i waited here.it is a landmark,so your driver wont miss you.cuz still... 
    when border reopened,i came to Bali again,from end of May till mid of June,one day,when i waited for my driver to pick me up,i waited here.it is a landmark,so your driver wont miss you.cuz still...  more »
  • Ubud palace is bang in city center and you can visit it for 5-10 minutes if you have time, but nothing special here. Good pics given it's very Hindu Balinese architecture but the grounds are very ok.....  more
    Ubud palace is bang in city center and you can visit it for 5-10 minutes if you have time, but nothing special here. Good pics given it's very Hindu Balinese architecture but the grounds are very ok.....  more »
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  • Only went for the Legong dance at 19.30h, 100K/person for 1h30 (5 different dances). It was amazing, didn't feel long at all and we were amazed by the show. The dancers and the musicians are amazing. I just wish the explanatory leaflet was better to understand what I am seeing better, but overall it's a great experience in Ubud. Just be sure to arrive early as it gets really full and it can be difficult to get a good view!!
  • One of the very few places in Bali with no entrance tickets, yet equally magnificent buildings with fine architectural designs.. It's also one of the busiest places in Ubud, with the Ubud Market nearby.. The palace gives a feeling of the royalty in Ubud, although the building structures felt very similar to those of temples..

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