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Mayura Water Palace

Lombok, Indonesia
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This beautiful water palace consists of a large artificial lake with a floating pavilion in the center connected to the shoreline by a raised footpath. This pavilion was used as meeting place and court of justice during the reign of Balinese kingdom in Lombok.
  • Excellent0%
  • Very good14%
  • Average21%
  • Poor55%
  • Terrible10%
4 May 2017
“Nothing to do”
14 Jan 2017
“Real Iffy as to Worth a Visit”
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Reviewed 4 May 2017

It was not free and there are nothing much to see. You'll see a Pura, a pool, and a pavilion in the middle of the pool. No beautiful peacocks. Nice place to capture photos, though

Thank Argya N
Reviewed 14 January 2017

Fee to enter, not much to see, not well maintained. On a positive note, it can be cooler on the artificial island and if you walk all the way to the back it gets a bit more interesting.

Thank David B
Reviewed 8 January 2017

Mayura Water Palace and Pura Meru have 2 entries on tripadvisor but apparently they are the same monument. So I would not go the same length as repeating the review I wrote for Pura Meru. The water palace with its surrounding idols and sculptures rather...More

Thank jayantchandra
Reviewed 4 January 2017

Not much to see here and this place is badly maintained. The enter fee was 20k for each person when I visited. There are not much tourist and more locals fishing. I think if only the garden is more well maintained, this would be a...More

1  Thank Kimberly K
Reviewed 15 October 2016

Was very disappointed in this temple, we had a guide who was very monotoned in his speech as if he was just reciting it all out of a book, no passion no feeling.... after visiting other temples in Bali and Thailand which were magnificent and...More

1  Thank Moetbubbles
Reviewed 26 April 2016

The temple was built in the 1700s but has a very modern look to it. After a lot of probing from our guide, he reluctantly admitted that there had been several refurbishments to the complex and that some of the brickwork had been replaced The...More

1  Thank SonnyCash1
Reviewed 13 February 2016 via mobile

Public space is very rare and/or non existent in cities like Mataram, so I thought this would be a good place to do some writing and relaxing on a nice day. But, 10k Rp ticket or the alternative mandatory 50k "donation" make this a bit...More

Thank Wes B
Reviewed 11 December 2015 via mobile

Located in downtown of Kota Mataram Lombok. It was a palace of Karangasem kingdom in Lombok when they occupied Lombok long time ago. Now is more organize and maintaining well than before. This place has swimming pool too. And mangosteen three along the side of...More

Thank labigys
Reviewed 31 October 2015

The site is poorly maintained despite visitors having to pay an entrance fee. While it has historical significance to the island, there is not much in it. The guide is a real put-off. He constantly talks about making a donation (no receipt) and at the...More

1  Thank Jesse W
Reviewed 16 September 2015 via mobile

We did this on a tour and the guide was very good with the information on the site. It a very nice place looking around seeing all the people. Only down side street hawker trying to sell you stuff

Thank Scorpionxxix
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