Ujung Water Palace

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Timings : Monday to Sunday: 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Time Required : 1-2 hrs

Entry Fee : Adults: USD 2.5
Children: USD 2.5
Boating Charges: USD 1.5

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Ujung Water Palace, Bali Overview

Taman Ujung Water Palace is a former palace, located in the Seraya Karangasam village of Bali, replete with amazingly huge pools and exotic historical structures juxtaposed against the mighty Mount Agung. Situated across a massive 10 hectares, the mind-stirring view of the palace is no less than a visual feast for the eyes.

Huge water ponds infused Balinese and European style architecture and lush green gardens are what makes one fall for the beauty of this place. But it is not only the beauty of the Ujung Water Palace which makes it attractive, but the scenic view of the area surrounding the Water Palace is also equally responsible to attract you towards itself.

The word "Ujung" in Balinese means "extremity", and the Ujung Water Palace can definitely be described so. The locals often refer to it as one of eastern Bali's largest historical landmarks and site of interest. Also known as Taman Sukasada Ujung, the gorgeous Ujung Water Palace is a must visit for the photography enthusiasts. Admirers of architecture and nature are another clan of people who must pay a visit to the place apart from a large number of tourists already present.

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Highlight of Ujung Water Palace

The beauty and visually appealing architecture of the Ujung Water Palace are one of the major attractions which act as a showstopper for its visitors. One is bound to get hypnotized by the ornate stone pillars, century-old statues and the mesmerizing view of the place, igniting the 'photography chakra’ within you. The outcome of this would be known easily from the beautiful pictures clicked by none other than you yourselves!

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The serene surroundings of Ujung Water Palace

Things to do at Taman Ujung Water Palace

Regal Exploration: If you wish to do a bit of researching about the history of the Ujung Water Palace, do make a visit to the Master Bedroom of the palace. The manuscripts and photographs exhibited there will teach you more than anyone about the rise and fall of the empire. The manner of presenting the history will make you digest everything at one go.

Balai Kambang: Another fascinating structure present at the Ujung Water Palace is the Balai Kambang, which lies suspended on a pond. It is believed that the place was of critical importance to both the people as well as the royal family. Spending some time here will timestamp your presence in the golden era of the dynasty for sure.

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The main building of Taman Ujung Water Palace

Bisbis Hill: After touring the premises of the Ujung Water Palace, one can spare time to visit Bisbis Hill situated near the Water Palace. Although climbing up the hill will be some effort, the view from the top will make up for it. Clouds floating in the sky above and the panoramic view of the Ujung Water Palace below will confuse you for sure as to how to capture both the sceneries in one shot.

How to Reach Ujung Water Palace

The Ujung Water Palace is situated in Tumbu Village in Karangasem. It lies at a mere distance of 5 km South of Amlapura City and can be reached easily and quickly. There is no connectivity via subway or rail to reach here. The only and most appropriate mode of transportation to reach is via road. Either you rent a car or hire a taxi, a visit to the Ujung Water Palace is a must during your trip to Bali.

History of Ujung Water Palace

The history of the Ujung Water Palace is completely ironical to its beauty. While many people ponder upon the thought that the Palace must have been built as a residence of the then royal family of Bali, the truth is unfortunately opposite. In the early days, the place was used for punishing people accused of practising black magic or Balinese witchcraft, also known as pangiwa and leyaks. Originally being one of the torturing places of Bali, the Ujung Water Palace gradually transformed its identity to one of the most attractive places post the Dutch colonization of Indonesia in 1921. Since then, the place has only grown beautiful enough to attract tourists from all over the world.


1. Wear light clothing and carry a raincoat in case you are visiting the place during monsoon season
2. Carry appropriate cash and/or plastic money in case you wish to stay near the palace
3. Avoid entering the pools of the Ujung Water Palace except for boating purposes

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