Finally, the last season for the free activities in Ubud Bali when holiday. But don't worry my loyal readers. You can enjoy the exotic Bali without expensive price if you the one of backpacker traveler. So don't worry after this end article about Doing Free Activity in Ubud-Bali-Indonesia, I still have some information to my readers what you can find to enjoy your holiday, not just tour to some nice place but also the culinary in Ubud, Bali. So amazing taste of Indonesian food.

Let's finish this article then I would love to enjoy shared the new topic for you. The last one of part doing free activities in Ubud Bali Indonesia, the most I love it. Why? Because this is not so difficult and no need extra energy to do that hahaha. Okey, just check it on below this sentence :p

9. Visit The House of Painter

Some House of Painter in Ubud, Bali if you want to visit there, you should pay and every place is different price. But this is talking about doing
free activities in Ubud Bali, so you will not spend money to do this activity. But just beware and attention sign about the rule of the house. One of the House of Painter which free entrance is I Gusti Nyoman Lempad. The owner house allow visitor to enjoy the arts and also the garden in this house.

The house so comfortable and some people, I mean tourists also enjoy the art in this house. The location is in main street of Ubud Raya. So easy to find it plus the sign so simple and you can read and no need shy to step your foot there.

What should I say, that place so nice, green and also unique. I do take some pictures with me and without me. That is so annoying sometimes, if don't have people who love to take your pictures in nice background. In here you can see nice garden, traditional music tool, arts, statue and painting. Plus you also can buy something for there.

 Who is I Gusti Nyoman Lempad? I Gusti Nyoman Lempad an artist who mastered various arts such as building designers (mostly temples and castles in Ubud was designed by Lempad), sculptor and painter whose art is all science can be from a Brahmin who lived in Puri Ubud.

While the age of 40 years before he deepened the art of painting on Walter Spies, Spies of the techniques he taught himself to paint Lempad The theme of the puppet world in every painting. Lempad fill his life not far from the wood, paper, pencil and china ink. The device is a simple painting but from the simplicity that is visible power lines and precision of a painting. Lempad painting has its own characteristics and can not be imitated enumerated by anyone except by his own grandson named I Gusti Nyoman Sudara.

Lempad also active in the formation of Pita Maha, an arts organization founded by Tjokorde Gde Sukawati, Walter Spies, Rudolf Bonnet in 1935. As a tribute to him in making a work of art aesthetically then outstanding awards granted to Lempad, such as Dharma Kusuma award (1982), as well as the best documentary at the Festival Phm Asia (1980), while the Studio Bali Indonesia named appreciation with the name " Lempad Prize "for people who concentrated on Balinese art.

Results Lempad painting itself now can we at home (Lempad's House), Puri Ubud, Neka Museum, Ubud, Denpasar Art Center, Schiller Museum (Amsterdam), Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde (Leiden), Museum Fur Volkenkunda Basel (Germany).

The Lempad House, what you can find there beside what I told you before? Ah I am forget, there is have nice birds.In Lempad's House there are also birds singing beautiful, as well as some space carved reliefs were carved on the walls, of some existing space, one of which comes from Puri Saren Ubud, was appointed in the event of an earthquake at some time ago.

The facilities are available for visitors who come to this house are: toilet and wantilan to rest enjoy the surroundings in the house while listening to the birds singing. While outside the house due Lempad is a tourist destination you can find just about anything you like (restaurant. Art shop, hotel, mini market, traditional market and others).

 More pictures in Lampad's house, click here You will find so interesting pictures there. This House is one of recommendation from the famous book too Bali and Lombok from the Lonely Planet.

 10. Setia Darma House of Puppet 

Poor me, I don't have energy to visit here in my last day. I am so weak and tired to much walking and travel I guess, plus doing something nice too. The Setia Darma Masks & Puppets House is a unique museum with a mission to preserve some of Indonesia’s most colourful heritage items. It serves as a great cultural and educational part of tours to central Bali, ideal for families and culture lovers, with its broad collection of items from around the globe. The house currently houses over a 1,000 masks and over 4,000 puppets from all over the Indonesian archipelago, Africa, China, Latin America and Europe.

This unique ‘courtyard of houses’ to be precise, is located in the cool and quiet village of Tegal Bingin in Sukawati, 17km south from the main Ubud hub and roughly an hour’s drive from Denpasar. Artist-curator Agustinus Prayitno decided to establish the house in Sukawati, the district famous for its community of Balinese woodcarvers, mask makers and sculptors. The courtyard comprises five traditional wooden Balinese pavilions and Javanese ‘joglo’ and ‘limasan’ houses that each house vast collections in different categories. The houses are spread over 1.4 hectares of an undulating paddy landscape and surrounded by well-manicured tropical gardens.

Setia Darma’s first joglo features traditional shadow puppets, some quirky and contemporary such as Prayitno’s own ‘self portraiture’ and that of Barack Obama. The latter was crafted during the US presidential elections and will surely become an historical curio. Other specimens line the walls based on origin, and after a while you’ll find that each bear unique characteristics, yet draw inspiration from similar sources, such as the Hindu epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana. Specimens from around the world include Sicilian stick puppets dating back to the 16th century and marionettes reminiscent of Pinocchio, together with highly detailed Bunraku idols from Japan from the 18th century.

The second house features Indonesia’s most iconic heritage in puppetry, the leather shadow puppets. Made from cured cowhide, these puppets, known as ‘wayang kulit’, are the ones you typically see at temple anniversaries or during ceremonies celebrating Balinese rites of passage, performed by a ‘dalang’ or puppet master at night behind a flickering oil lamp and screen. The characters similarly draw from great Hindu epics, and convey words of wisdom and lessons of good conduct to audiences. The collection in the third house comprises a rich variety of traditional and usually sacred masks, while the fourth has more contemporary specimens collected from local village craftsmen.

Because I am not go there so I can't explain to much about this place but my readers don't disappointed because for more information just visit here

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