The doors will be opened to those bold enough to knock.
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 interior of the city palace is exquisitely crafted, with both golden splendor and elegant scenery. The building uses a lot of stone materials, such as red sandstone and marble. Even the panes are carved with marble to show the grandeur. At the same time, the mosaic technology is used to make the building beautiful.
[Traveling to the Footsteps] Sukawadi Palace. Located in Ubud, known as the important art town of Bali, this palace is arguably the landmark of Ubud, hence the name Puri Saren, the residence of the royal family of Sukawati. The
royal palace was built in the 16th century, opposite the Ubud Pasar and designed by famous artists. The entire palace has a total of 60 rooms, magnificent. In particular, the gate is very similar to Bali's famous landmark "The Gate of the Sky" (described later), but here is the downtown area, where there is a high terrain, no obstructions, plus a volcano behind, taking pictures. It is naturally more beautiful.
The palace is full of exquisite and delicate hand-carved carvings, as well as the extravagant gold foil decoration. Every day, it attracts a large number of art lovers to come here. If you are lucky, you can also enjoy the wonderful traditional dance performances of local Balinese.
Brigade TIPs: When entering the palace, you must dress neatly. If the staff feels that the tourists' clothing is out of specification, you will be wrapped in sarongs and shawls (costs are required, but not expensive, and the details are not remembered).
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.