The interior of the Ubu Palace is not external. Although the palace is small, it is old and stable, and its architecture has its own characteristics. The interior of the palace is like a garden, and there are some pavilion-style buildings and statues, full of Bali style. The whole palace has great momentum, especially the gate, exquisite handmade sculpture and noble gold foil decoration in the palace. Exquisite architecture has attracted many art enthusiasts. Every night, Bali's top dance troupe performs traditional dances.
The palace does not accept admission tickets, and there seems to be no commentator. Everyone comes in and looks at it for himself. It takes less than 10 minutes to finish the tour. The only place to visit in Ubud is the traditional market of Ubud. Renovation is under way at the end of July, and many craftsmen are sculpting. Next to the palace is a grand theatre that performs traditional Bali songs and dances at 7:30 p.m., with 100,000 Indonesian guilders per ticket. I hope there will be some introduction about the history and architecture of the palace and the meaning of the sculpture in the doorway for people to read. Otherwise, I can only step on the punch-in style and visit here, but I still don't understand the connotation of the palace.
Ubu Palace, the real "five-step palace". Maybe a villa for ordinary rich people in China will be bigger than this one. It took three to four minutes to walk around. Courtyards and architectural sculptures still have some features, you can take a few photos, but there is nothing else to see. Of course, this is not the whole palace. Most areas of the palace are closed to the outside world and may still be inhabited. The location is very central to Ubud, and the Ubud market is just across the road.
Puri Saren is the residence of the Sukawati Royal family. On the opposite side of Ubud Pasar is the main street (Jl). Raya Ubud and Jl. Monkey Forest intersection. The palace is the landmark of Ubud. The palace is situated in the city of Ubu, known as the art town of Bali. The palace was built in the 16th century. It was designed by famous artists. It has 60 rooms. The palace has a grand momentum, especially the gate, the exquisite handicraft sculpture and the noble gold foil decoration.
Say the palace, looks a little like a small fishing village, the size is not as good as our village head's home, but after all, it is the status and imperial power of the representative and embodiment, from another point of view, more clearly, our Chinese nation is a great country, strong is the fundamental.
beautiful architecture and loads off history. despite having lots off tourists it is well worth a visit.
The Ubu Palace, a very small palace, is inferior to one of the palace halls in the Forbidden City. Many places are fragmented. It is said that there are still the descendants of the emperor living in it, and it is estimated that they are also down. Listen to the guide to introduce some royal stories and allusions. Now we can find the historical traces of that year.
Amazing place, well maintained. No entrance fee.
Ubu Palace is located in the "Bali Art Town" known as Ubu, which was built in the 16th century. It has a grand momentum. The stone carving art is absolute, and the whole decoration appears brilliant and rich. The palace here was designed by the famous artists of the time by the Ubu Dynasty. The exquisite and delicate sculptures in the palace are impressive. The gate of the palace resembles a pagoda-shaped archway. Such exquisite royal architecture has attracted many art enthusiasts to visit it. There are 60 rooms in the palace, but there are still descendants of the royal family living here. The Ubu royal family is still widely respected today.
Although the palace is small, it has the unique charm of Indonesia with the Chinese palace. But after half a day, I didn't see the living room I imagined. Those buildings are mainly buildings, a large roof, a carved wall behind it, and the other three sides are all pillars. They are very transparent.