Tickets: Admission is IDR 50,000 for adults. Children under 15 years old accompanied by an adult are free of charge. This policy does not apply to children in groups.
Location: Jalan Raya Ubud, Gianyar
Adresse: Jl. Raya Ubud, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
Ubud’s first museum, Museum Puri Lukisan, is a must-see for anyone with an interest in Balinese art and culture. Embracing the past and present and surrounded by stunning gardens, many pieces in the museum’s collection are available for sale.
Dedicated to the cultivation of rice and the protection of the island from spirits, it is a temple with structural characteristics different from other sacred places in Bali. Its position is strategic for its centrality and coolness.
It is one of the sacred dances of the of Bali Island, with a mystical meaning. The ceremony is intended to ask for salvation from a catastrophe or epidemic. The Sanghyang Dedari is different from other Balinese dances, because Sanghyang requires the dancer's body to be possessed.
She is an artist who grew up in the intersection between the traditional Balinese culture into which she was born, and the contemporary art horizon with which she became familiar through her academic career in the city of Bandung.
Natural pigments & dyes in Balinese traditional crafts
Colors play a vital role in Balinese culture and identity: they are symbolic and their origins are sacred. Traditional Balinese arts and crafts arise from the interconnection between man, the forces of nature and the cosmos, resulting in a divine unity.