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Galeria Wayang dan Topeng Setia Darma, Sukawati

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  • I was so pleasantly surprised to find this museum to be of the highest calibre. There are six buildings housing an impressive collection of masks and shadow puppets. The gardens are beautiful and ther...  more »
  • Set in a very quiet location the mask & puppet collections here are just wonderful. Housed in Javanese style jogolos this place has a great feeling & respect for cultural traditions. Not (yet) overrun...  more »
  • Crazy crafty comedy masks, traditional Papuan masks, and an Obama puppet. Excellent collection of traditional Indonesian and international masks and puppets. Collection gives insight in local craftsma...  more »
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  • Not so famous because of the location in Tegal Bingin, Ubud. You must use map or Google map to locate the location.... Perhaps it's the best museum Bali, for the cleanness, hospitality, collection and environment preserved. You park your car and walk to the stair, down to the compound of traditional Javanese house called Joglo, most of the joglo is original, not reproduction, very impressive collection of joglo! Walk in calm and relaxing path from one joglo to another. Inside each joglo you can see the collection of mask and puppets from all over Indonesian region and some from Africa, Myanmar, Thai etc....they maintain the collection and the joglo very very good and professional....... Anoother great thing of this place is, everything free, no ticket entry, no parking fee, just a donation box sit at the last joglo, you can donate or you can keep your money, your call.......really awesome.... Back to the parking area, there's a small coffee shop, you can sit and drink coffee from Indonesian.......wow......
  • What an amazing collection of masks and puppets in very beautiful place of Tegal Bingin. Really impressed with the passion,love and dedication to art from all the people behind this. A real "home" for masks & puppets from around the world.
  • The most unique thing in Ubud. Overwhelming experience! Most of other museums here are hyped and pricy, this one is really dillerent. Masks and puppets from various parts of world artfully displayed in nine large traditional wooden houses with antique furniture. No entrance changes, but you will love to give a donation! Very good campus with coffee shop and lavatories.
  • This is a must-stop when coming to Ubud. More than 1,000 masks are exhibited here. As it looks no group tour visits here, it is quiet enough to enjoy viewing them. Highly recommended.
  • Rich and impressive collection of masks and puppets from all over Indonesia and the world. Set in a beautiful campus with traditional Javanese building, this place felt much more authentic and was much more informative than the mainstream museums like Puri Lukisan, which charge exorbitant entrance fees instead of asking for a voluntary donation as done here.