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This is the second time to visit the site after 20 over years. The place looks same except more tourists. It was rainy day and bit troublesome to walk aound because of puddles everywhere.
This is still the interesting site to see as the historical...More
The most surprising part of our tour of the Taman Sari Water Castle was the underground tunnels. We would have missed if we had not strayed into a side path to look at a luwak (civet cat) named Louise, belonging to a Luwak coffee joint....More
The grounds were pretty (flowers and architecture), but there wasn't any information about what we were looking at. It was mainly guesswork and imagination. I wouldn't recommend spending too much time here. It is nice for a quick, unique stop on your way to other...More
cool place to wander around with friends can learn a lot of cool things inside every wall have a story.
Too many people from tour group bring your own water bottle prepare entrance fee local fee is much much cheaper than for visitors from other...More
Sadly, this site has not been well-maintained. The small garden area was unkempt, though it could be lovely. There was a pile of plastic bottles there and the shrubs and grass were not manicured. See the three swimming pools but don't expect a "palace". It's...More
Tamansari is located near the palace. It has a rich history and is filled with local people interested in their own history. There were many many many freelance (and persistent) local guides on site and we were advised by our driver to ignore them. True...More
Located within walking distance from the Sultan Palace is this Taman Sari Building, the Taman Sari Water Castle. With a combination of eastern & western architecture build by a Portugese, the building is adorned with numerous Javanese ornaments, its old grandeur still could be found...More