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One of the magnificent living hall inside Ubud Palace Puri Saren Agung. (Previous Photo)

Puri Saren Agung (Royal Palace, Water Palace), (across Jl Raya Ubud from Ubud Market). 9AM-5PM daily. This was the palace of the kings of Ubud until the 1940s, and some royal descendants live there to this day. The compound has many ornate corners and was mostly built after the 1917 earthquake. Parts of the complex are off limits to the public, but entry to the rest is free. (Sourse: Wiki travel)


My experience:-

Althought Puri Saren Agung (Ubud Palace) is suggest by most of the travel website and travel magazine as a place that must visit, but I doubt after I reach there. Actually after pass through the first entrance (previous photo), we found that all of the second entrance are close. Peeping into the yard through the only door that open, we found that a group of tourists are visiting inside, and we follow their steps to take a look the royal living hall too. Allow or not allow for visiting, it is still remain as a query for me. With only first entrance is open but all second entrance are closed, that mean visitors only can see a stage for presentation and a very small garden.

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