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Peliatan Royal Palace

Puri Agung Peliatan, Jl Cok Gede Rai | Desa Peliatan, Ubud, Indonesia
+62 812-3651-0900
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Peliatan Royal Palace is home to the Peliatan Royal Family since 1769 The Peliatan Royal Family is the protector of Dalem Sukawati's amulets and weapons We are open to public and requests no entrance fee Cokorda Agung Krisna Dalem Member of the central family of the 10th generation
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  • Average25%
  • Poor4%
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Puri Agung Peliatan, Jl Cok Gede Rai | Desa Peliatan, Ubud, Indonesia
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Reviewed 9 May 2018

The palace is located in the centre of Ubud and is next to the most common drop off place for hotel shuttles. Entry is free and it only takes a short while to wander around the grounds. Much of the palace is still occupied as...More

Thank JR_Essex
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Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

The palace is located accross the street for the market. Admission is free and it will only take about 15 min to view.

Thank Mike M
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Reviewed 29 April 2018

Right in the middle of Ubud, this is a surprisingly quiet place to wander around. The gardens are well-maintained and there's quite a lot of interesting statuary and some beautiful wooden carved doors. It's not big. Half an hour is enough.

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Reviewed 19 April 2018

We were lucky to have arrived in Ubud on the eve of Nyepi. After the accommodation, we set out to see the Ngrupuk parade with the statues of Ogoh-Ogoh. We met it a short distance from the royal palace. Ogoh-ogoh was big and also had...More

Thank Jakub67
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Reviewed 13 April 2018 via mobile

A nice place to visit and stroll through. You cannot go in the building or pat come gates. So it will take a short time to visit this place.

1  Thank walid m
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Reviewed 6 April 2018

Ubud is very big and busy city. This palace is in a nice place to visit. It's located in the center of Ubud. Nice architecture, you can learn about the local traditions and a there is no entrance fee.

Thank Sara V
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Reviewed 9 March 2018

The Royal Palace Peliatan is not located in the center of Ubud, so not in front of the Ubud market. (Tripadvisor indicates the wrong location) No, it is 7 blocks away (about 1500m, in Desa Peliatan)), but this palace is much nicer. The name Peliatan...More

3  Thank adkennis100
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Reviewed 15 February 2018 via mobile

Interesting architecture and workmanship but absolutely no information about what you are seeing. Won’t take a lot out of your day so take a look.

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Reviewed 23 December 2017

In fact thisis a really nice pallace to visit, due to it being still very traditiona, with some new or modern touches. This plallace is Still the residence of the Local Peliatan Royal Family today. As the Royal families dont have any power as before...More

Thank Tony V
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Reviewed 18 November 2017 via mobile

Nice and worth the walk around, entrance is free as it is only the common areas open to the public. Like most of the Temples in Ubud the stone work and rock carvings are wonderful. Well worth a look and just across the road from...More

Thank GaryandLesleyTravel
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Thedukeofjim
18 January 2017|
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Response from Pramita K | Property representative |
Sorry for the late reply Ticket price is Rp.100,000 equivalent to slightly less than US$10 Thank you for your inquiry
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