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Museum Puri Lukisan, Ubud

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Pay a visit to Museum Puri Lukisan, the oldest art museum in Bali. Specializing in modern Balinese paintings and wood carvings, the collection here provides a fine introduction to the island's artistic heritage and social history. With many powerful pieces focusing on the War of Independence, the gallery offers a running commentary on political and cultural flashpoints and their fallout, as well as the development of aesthetic considerations. See the stylistic conversations between artists of different schools played out in the well-arranged exhibits, and admire the contrasts and similarities that come with different eras, mindsets, and personalities. Our Ubud tour itinerary planner makes visiting Museum Puri Lukisan and other Ubud attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Beautiful local arts are presented here. Place is not very big itself but was interesting to visit, once we stay in Ubud we really like to feel the atmosphere of the area. And museum Puri Lukisan is.....  more »
  • Museum Puri Lukisan is a tranquil place of serenity and home to some great artworks. You can go around the museum and enjoy the majestic Balinese architecture with its cultivated garden, beautiful...  more »
  • The Puri Lukisan is famous for its showcasing of class Balinese artwork. There are also wonderful gardens, sculptures and, historical story boards. As a bit of a camera buff myself, I really enjoyed.....  more »
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  • A beautiful collection of traditional art spanning over multiple eras of Balinese history. 150000 rupiah to enter, which seems steep but is well worth it. The pre war art was my personal favourite, but the modern collection is definitely worth a look as it touches on western influence within Bali.
  • Love this museum of Balinese art set amongst gardens, ponds and moss covered stone carvings. Some artifacts include little stories explaining the legends which I really enjoyed reading. A peaceful way to spend couple of hours in Ubud. Ticket includes refreshments in the cafe.
  • The paintings were stunning. If you're an art history lover, I recommend this place. The ticket price was 85000r.p pp and that included a drink at their cafe when you were done adoring the artwork.
  • This is a nice museum dedicated to Balinese art. There are 4 buildings, each housing works from different eras of art. Entrance fee is IDR 85,000. If you want a meal to be included, you can purchase a different ticket for a higher price. You will get a map of the place which will guide you through the best route to take through the museum. Each painting has a detailed description about it in Bahasa as well in English.
  • It was one deep experience. Entrance fee is at IDR 85,000 for both foreigners or local. Large parking space and located in central of Ubud. Artworks are magnificent. Well maintained lotus ponds and garden.

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