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Ujung Water Palace

Jl. Lettu Alit | Tumbu Village, Karangasem 80811, Indonesia
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Taman Ujung ( Edge Sukasada Park ) was built in 1919. In the area , there are some buildings also large and spacious pool. There are three or entrance gate to the park area. The main gate is at a height on the west side as an entrance that is called "Bale Ship" because the build was once made to resemble a ship. Furthermore, this bale of our entrance into the park area with hundreds of fruits down the stairs. From this spot the entire area of the park can be enjoyed. According to the predicate as the Kingdom Water Park on the Water Place, The Park has three large pool and spacious. In the middle of the pond, they have on the extreme north of main building called " Gili Bale " which area connected by bridges to the south.
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Jl. Lettu Alit | Tumbu Village, Karangasem 80811, Indonesia
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We (my wife and 8 month old) visited the palace just after lunch. We had the grounds nearly for ourselves. The shade of the trees provides sufficient protection against the sun and cooling. The grounds and palace are stunning, well kept and nearly from a...More

Thank Antal K
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well the palace is situated in a lake. its a long walk and lot of steps and absolutely not advisable for a hot day. the location is good but theres not much besides the location. so this place can be missed.

Thank Ditti V
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It only took us around 45 minutes to walk around this park. You could spend longer if you want to feed the fish or just sit and rest. Entrance fee is about 50,000 rupiah.

1  Thank dixiepeach
Reviewed 1 week ago

We nearly overlooked Ujung Water Palace because we had already been to Tirta Gangga and thought we didn't need to see two water palaces in similar locations on the same day, but as we were driving right past, we stopped in anyway. It is Rp50,000...More

1  Thank Belinda M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A Bali surprise even if it is just for the history and European influence that is displayed here. A cameras delight!

Thank CorneliusM35
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I didn't know that the water palace is that huge, We walked around starting from button to the top of building. It was tiring but worth every step. Don't forget to have look inside to see some Balinese hero long time ago

Thank tvanweelie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A very pleasant trip, a long distance from our hotel. The driver was very pleasant and informed us of some of the attractions along the road to the Ujung water palace. The architecture is combined with modern and classic style. The building is surrounded by...More

Thank ivonnaptr
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice palace to visit in eastern Bali from Candidasa.you can stroll along the nice paths inside the park.A large waterbody is inside and a beautiful palace is there just at the middle of waterbody.many view towers are there surrounding the waterbody from where a great...More

Thank amrita_77
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was probably the best palace/temple/historical attraction I visited in Bali. Beautiful grounds, well maintained and with a reasonable number of tourists (I did go during peak season). Before I went there I had done the usual Tanah Lot, Besakih, Ulun Danu Bratan, and a...More

1  Thank Ekaterina D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This Palace built for the Dutch is a great example of a mix of the local and colonial cultures. Well maintained gardens and beautiful vistas. Much quieter than other attractions, could be because we visited in the morning, a very peaceful location.

Thank Adam84Adam
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23 July 2017|
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Response from womblewa | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is worth visiting, it has a totally different character - and the two palaces are close to each other. The fact that they bear no similarity to each other makes them both interesting. The entry fee is so small I... More
17 March 2017|
Response from Steve R | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the late reply, there is a lot of written information actually inside the gardens including pictures
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25 September 2015|
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Response from Lana K | Reviewed this property |
You can google the distance; travelling from Kuta I would suggest to do a day trip, starting early morning, so you can visit and enjoy other attractions near Amed/Candidasa like Tirta Gangga Water Temple