Setia Darma House of Mask and Puppets
Masks and puppets play an important role in Balinese and other Indonesian cultures. This collection of 1300 masks and 5700 puppets from different regions in Indonesia and around the world are housed in several antique traditional Indonesian joglos, or wooden houses. Set in a hectare of grounds,…
This is a fabilous collection of masks and wayang kulit puppets from across the Indonesian archipelago.
Close by to our villa (5min drive) is the a massive masks and puppets museum gallery. It has some amazing pieces of art and traditional Indonesian buildings. Worth a look if you are interested in Indonesian art and culture. No traffic on the way to this one as it is in our village.
It's free! One of the best collections of masks and puppets presented in stunning Joglo houses set up by a wealthy philanthropic Indonesian man to share with the world.
FABULOUS, STUNNING. Don't miss it. A place of major interest. A peaceful little museum, in a 15-minute drive from Ubud, just after Goa Gajah Elephant Cave. For kids also! A 15 minutes en voiture, au sud d'Ubud et à 5 minutes du site touristique 'Goa Gajah/Elephant Cave'. EXTRAORDINAIRE ! A ne pas…
“This pool hall also has table tennis, foozball (bar football) and a big screen for showing sporting events. Maybe you'll be here for their Texas Chili Cook Off - it's hot, hot, hot!”
“If you are a serious gastro. Expensive but immaculate. A few minutes walk from villa on the river.”
“If you really want to splurge when you are in Ubud then try the Swept Away Restaurant which is part of the Samaya Ubud. The restaurant sits on the river and has a great fusion menu which includes choices like Pulled Chicken in Rice Paper Rolls. There is also an afternoon tapas menu if you just want to relax here with some light bites or you can have the four course or six course tasting menu in the evening which usually includes plates such as lobster or wagyu beef.”