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Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, Ungasan

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Take time for a day out at Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, a large space offering a range of attractions. Dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, and Garuda, his mythical bird companion, the park combines a traditional style of religious art with modern cultural experiences. Admire the totemic statue of the Hindu deity and the surrounding open-air celebratory art, or get a photo made of you and your group in traditional dress. Experience a performance of local ceremonial dance before trying some international cuisine at one of the park's many fine eateries. Take the guesswork out of planning a Ungasan vacation by using our trip itinerary maker.
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  • The location is pricey. The statue is on top of a hill, surrounded by gorgeous limestone hills, and you'll be taken there by golf cart after entering. The staff is well-organized and accommodating... 
    The location is pricey. The statue is on top of a hill, surrounded by gorgeous limestone hills, and you'll be taken there by golf cart after entering. The staff is well-organized and accommodating...  more »
  • The park itself is nice enough and the statue is huge - a cool sight to see up close. However, I'm not sure the entrance fee is justified. We paid a bit more to get the food package at the... 
    The park itself is nice enough and the statue is huge - a cool sight to see up close. However, I'm not sure the entrance fee is justified. We paid a bit more to get the food package at the...  more »
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  • I have to mention, that most of this place was closed due to the G20 summit, so my review is only based on the things that were open at the time. It's a really pretty park, with some nice surroundings. The monument or statue itself is great and all, and they have some nice explanations in the ground floor, regarding the statue and how it was built. We couldn't go up the statue, and we couldn't see a lot of the other statues, due to the summit. Overall it was fine, but I think the price was too high in our case.
  • It is a very beautiful and aesthetic places to visit. But the cost of the ticket is a little steep. Also when we get inside the campus, there is a ticket. There is also a show and a museum for which we will have to pay extra bucks if we want to watch it. They should give this inclusive at the entrance or atleast inform about the same. Apart from that there is very beautiful and scenic. It is very well maintained and clean.

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