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Taman Gili and Museum Daerah Semarapura

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Beautiful old historical buildings

Located just beside a small roundabout in Klungkung, these beautiful buildings are very peaceful... read more

Reviewed 8 February 2018
Bandung, Indonesia
Beautiful garden

It is a very nice place, the painting ceiling telling the kings story is very nice. The garden is... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2017
Paris, France
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Jalan Surapati and Jalan Puputan, Klungkung, Indonesia
+62 878-6246-6055
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Have a look on the traditional and historical beautiful costumes, also to the ancient paints and pictures to understand the culture and the pace people of Bali. Nice to understand the culture and the ancient tradition.

Thank nopares
Reviewed 8 February 2018

Located just beside a small roundabout in Klungkung, these beautiful buildings are very peaceful and attractive. Made of red brick with wooden pillars and roofs they have amazing painted ceilings rich in gold and orange. One can actually spend quite some time admiring the many...More

Thank SurfingWild
Reviewed 24 November 2017 via mobile

It is a very nice place, the painting ceiling telling the kings story is very nice. The garden is beautiful and peaceful and the museum is interesting worth seeing it and it doesn’t takes too much time.

Thank Taffoolie
Reviewed 14 November 2017

The old painted ceilings here are fantastic and if you have a guide - they will find you when you arrive - they can tell you what it all means - basically all about heaven & hell and the punishments along the way. They are...More

Thank fdoll
Reviewed 18 October 2017 via mobile

So much to see at this most beautiful venue The museum gives so much information on a variety of Balinese topics including production of palm sugar, sea salt production, history of the area

Thank Sarah B
Reviewed 9 June 2017

Beautiful pavilion, gardens and small museum. The paintings were amazing. I wish there was a brochure explaining the paintings in the pavillion, I didn't prefer to have someone following me around offering to explain things to me, it made me a bit uncomfortable despite them...More

Thank Katelin M
Reviewed 6 May 2017

The museum had plenty of collection such as Dutch newspaper, articles regarding the kingdom, and some art collection. It was beautiful, but albeit dusty and not visually attractive. It was run by government thus it might be not odd. Possibly only attractive for those who...More

Thank Argya N
Reviewed 22 February 2017

This is the remains of the Royal Palace and there is no need to wear a sarong here. An interesting museum too on the grounds. Can visit the local market opposite.

Thank worldiscoverer
Reviewed 20 December 2016

We stopped here towards the end of a lengthy day tour, it was not on our tour list but we are happy that we listened to our driver's suggestion. IDR12,000 gains admission but, unless your knees are covered you must wear a sarong. The hordes...More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed 10 November 2016 via mobile

Called here on our way from Sideman. Completely different to many other sights and temples in Bali and interesting to see the gat where by Dewa Agung Jambe II led members of his dynasty to engage in a puputan following the Dutch invasion. Make sure...More

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