Taman Ujung Floating Palace, is an enchanting water palace built in Karangasem Regency in 1901, and features a network of pools and ponds that were used for everything from entertainment to executions. The King’s resting palace is one of the most picturesque areas of the grounds, with a blend of eastern and western architecture, colorful glass windows and lotus flower gardens. With its shimmering vistas and lush flora, the palace is one of the most popular destinations for engagement photo shoots — and has earned a reputation as one of Bali’s most romantic spots.
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.
On 2nd September, Bvlgari Resort Bali temple marked its Odalan birthday with a special ceremony attended by the Resort's staff. Celebrating Odalan is a Balinese tradition, and each temple has its own dedicated day. The Resort itself will be celebrating a birthday later this month, when it turns 14 on 23rd September.
Bali’s famed Kecak is a dance that tells the story of Asia’s most famous epic, the Ramayana. It is a huge performance, starring more than a dozen main characters and supported by a choir of 50 or more male dancers who perform very basic routines.
Fans of theatre and dance must make time to see Devdan Show: Treasure of the Archipelago, a new performance “spectacular” that combines traditional Indonesian dance with modern dance, aerial acrobatics, extraordinary costumes and breathtaking special effects. The 90-minute show takes the audience on the whirlwind tour of the Indonesian archipelago, ...