Faq

Ubud Water Palace is open for visitors from 9 AM to 6 PM every day, allowing ample time to explore its stunning grounds and witness cultural performances during specific hours. However, please note that the visiting hours may be subject to change, so it’s always a good idea to check the official website or contact the palace for the latest information.

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Yes, there is an entry fee to visit Ubud Water Palace. The entry fee details you may see on admission fee (see details)

Yes, photography is generally allowed inside Ubud Water Palace. You can capture the beauty of the architecture, gardens, and cultural performances. However, there are some areas or performances may have guidelines to ensure the preservation of the site and privacy of the performers. You can take photos and videos in the permanent collections if they are for personal use. However, you are not allowed to use drone and selfie stick.

While efforts have been made to make Ubud Water Palace accessible, it may still pose some challenges for individuals with mobility limitations. The palace complex has stairs and uneven surfaces, which can make navigation difficult.

To ensure a pleasant and respectful experience for everyone, there are a few guidelines to keep in mind when visiting Ubud Water Palace.

Ubud Water Palace typically accepts various methods of payment to facilitate a convenient experience for visitors. These may include:

Cash: It is advisable to carry local currency (Indonesian Rupiah)

Qris: available a payment barcode scan from BPD Bali

Credit/Debit Cards: Major credit and debit cards, such as Visa, Mastercard, JCB, Unionpay, American Express. It’s always a good idea to carry some cash as a backup, as card acceptance can vary.