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A fabulous insight into traditional Bali art.
Four galleries located in a beautiful garden setting.
Three provide a time-line of both painted and sculpted art, with the fourth displaying modern Bali art (some of which is for sale).
If you appreciate traditional Bali art, the...More
Four different buildings housing a range of paintings with one housing the history of the museum and a temporary exhibition. There are also woodcarvings, A couple of hours here takes you through the exhibition and gives you an insight into Balinese art. The entry fee...More
It is a 5 building art musum with a really nice garden with paintings and old traditional stuff from the history of Bali.
There are only few people, so you can run away from the crowd here.
There is a local person who plays his...More
Ubud, itself, is a most beautiful place in the mountains. It is known as the village of artists. The Puri Lukisan Museum is clean and well-kept with good toilet facilities - always an important factor when travelling overseas. Famous Bali painters and sculptors exhibit their...More
I think my title says it all. We almost didn't go in here because it wasn't on our list of top things to do in and around Ubud. We're so glad that we did. There were very few people in there and the grounds are...More
There is Balinese art here that ranges back to the 1600s right up to present day, that is painting and wood carvings. It is spread across four buildings each housing a different era in time. The buildings are not air conditioned but have fans and...More