Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA), Ubud

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Explore a vast collection of Balinese, Indonesian, and foreign artworks at Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA). Founded in 1996 and rapidly developed into a cultural hub, the museum boasts a large permanent collection alongside temporary exhibits and performance spaces. Try a painting class or experience a cultural workshop in the center's grounds, with old buildings and gardens complementing more modern and streamlined architecture. Head here to learn the history and development of local and national culture, with paintings, textiles, and sculptures all showcased in well-designed exhibition spaces. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) and many more Ubud attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Ubud trip planner.
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  • Fabulous permanent collection of Balinese & Indonesian Art with regular exhibitions of contemporary artists from all over the world housed in magnificent Balinese architecture buildings, superb... 
    Fabulous permanent collection of Balinese & Indonesian Art with regular exhibitions of contemporary artists from all over the world housed in magnificent Balinese architecture buildings, superb...  more »
  • This art museum in the center of Ubud is a gem. It is filled with important works by Balinese artists that span many generations and traditional mediums. The owner of the museum is often on site and.....  more
    This art museum in the center of Ubud is a gem. It is filled with important works by Balinese artists that span many generations and traditional mediums. The owner of the museum is often on site and.....  more »
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  • The museum has an extensive collection of modern Bali artists together with some International artists. It has also a section dedicated to the German painter Walter Spies with some reproductions of his most famous paintings and one very special original . The museum itself is connected to a Hotel and restaurant and you can have tea and local sweet treats included in the admission ticket.
  • Very good Balinese culture touching but hard to get beginner to understand and need more working on information. Honest comment and love. Ps. I red comment about entrance fee. Be peaceful you go to museum it is about value and it is not about the price that you understand on a side

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