Ujung Water Palace is located on the east coast of Bali island. It was once a royal palace and today is a bustling tourist attraction with beautiful scenery.
The palace is located in Seraya village in the regency known as Karangasem. Many visitors have compared it to the equally beautiful water palace of Tirta Gangga that was also constructed by the raja of the then regency.
Taman Ujung Water Palace Entry Fee & Dress Code Karangasem, Bali
Visitors will be awed by the splendour of the palace as the palace has undergone renovations following the volcanic eruption from the nearby Mount Agung in 1963. Over the years, these renovations have made the palace a popular tourist attraction, drawing both indigenous locals and foreign visitors.
The blend of Balinese culture and European influences is easy to spot with the architectural design of the pool and the stylish bridges that interconnect them. These features, alongside the natural attractions, make the water palace a perfect location for events such as destination weddings, birthdays as well as photography.
It is interesting to learn that the name Ujung means ‘extreme’ in the local dialect, and is easily descriptive of the palace as an easily identifiable landmark on the island. Make sure you visit Ujung Water Palace whenever you tour east Bali. The entrance fee is around 35,000 IDR and there is no designated dress code.