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Puri Saren Palace

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Puri Saren Palace

987 Reviews
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Abana87 wrote a review Sep 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom79 contributions78 helpful votes
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 royal family spent some of their time, you wouldn’t be the only one; the palace itself seems fairly innocuous when compared to the likes of the temples and traditional family houses you see casually around Bali. Whilst this may seem to make the royal family that bit more relatable to the average local, in all honesty it was just more of the same that we had come to expect from the temples of Ubud. That was not to say the palace wasn’t an aesthetic marvel, more that the style of Balinese architecture that we had seen throughout our travels in Ubud is itself incredible and this was, at the risk of repeating myself, just more of that. Not an essential stop by any means, but if you want more of that Balinese architectural goodness then you can easily fit it into your schedule.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Samantha F wrote a review Mar 2020
Ballarat, Australia1,043 contributions159 helpful votes
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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 because unless you have a tour guide, there isn't much facts about the past. It is free entry. And there is only a few courtyards and that's it. You can't go into some sacred areas. It can be a quick walk around. If you're looking at getting some good photos, i suggest visiting first thing in the morning, as there is always crowds.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Ruben R Mizrahi wrote a review Feb 2020
Mexico City, Mexico1,812 contributions724 helpful votes
The feeling of a palace or a traditional landmark is a bit lost... maybe because it is located at downtown and the "modern" city is growing around it.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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lukdojo wrote a review Jan 2020
New York City, New York145 contributions83 helpful votes
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 picture but don't expect much of a "palace"
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Date of experience: January 2020
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KatieLondon130 wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom133 contributions34 helpful votes
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 traditional Balinese dance performance in the evening, which wasn't very expensive (I think about £5) and was very fun.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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