Really it's just another temple. Thought it might be something different but it wasn't. Gardens were nice to look at.
About Peliatan Royal Palace
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The palace is situated right in the centre of Ubud. It is currently undergoing renovation works. That being said it's free to enter and not very busy with tourists, so worth popping in for a few photos. The tourists from out of town tend to...More
A well-visited royal palace currently undergoing renovations. This made it awkward to see all the artwork and decorations, but it will look great by the end of this year, I expect. Ubud is a quaint town with masses of traffic negotiating winding roads and huge...More
Peliatan Royal Palace is the official residence of the Ubud royalty although you can't see much as most of the buildings are off-limits which considering they live there is not surprising.Plenty of good carvings and decorative work. Free to enter.
The Palace does not seem to have any rooms! The carvings on the doors and walls are attractive. There are dance performances each night. Worth popping into if passing.
This is a gorgeous royal palace in Ubud, with stunning architecture. Certainly worth visiting Ubud, even if just for this. As everywhere in Ubud, it is very touristy though and there is a very little explanation of anything here. I would say it a visual...More
Actually if one is thinking to see an old palace as seen in Other countries then he will be deeply disappointed .Nothing of the sort.One portion of the so called palace is open for public, very ordinary, nothing to see there not even a proper...More
It was all good as any other visit to beautiful architectural site but suddenly it started to rain and we were asked to leave as most of the places were closed immediately...