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Pura Lingsar is a historical site that tells lots of stories about the Sasak tribe, the indigenous people of the island of Lombok - West Nusa Tenggara and their spiritual journey as a tribe since centuries ago. This temple complex was built in 1714 and is one of the holiest places for the Hindus in Lombok. Unlike most temples, this unique ...

A name that must have given cold sweats to many Balinese of the 18th century until the 1940’s! The Royal Court of Justice in Semarapura was the place where serious offenses were judged. Semarapura used to be the capital of Bali when it was a kingdom. Most royal families are from the Klungkung area, who played a vital role in the ...

As you’ve already guessed, it is almost impossible to visit all the temples of Bali at once. So if you lack time and need a short list, Kehen should be on it! North of Bengali, about 45 km away from Denpasar, Pura Kehen is one of the most refined temples in Bali, set in a beautiful forest. Pura Kehen is a stunning testimony of 11th ...

GOA GAJAH

2 km South-East from Ubud, Goa Gajah, “the elephant cave”, is a sacred Hindu sanctuary from the 9th century. It was first mentioned in the 1365 Javanese poem called Desawarnana. The Elephant Cave itself is a large gaping mouth surrounded by demons carved in stone, symbolizing the entrance to another reality. According to ...

BESAKIH TEMPLE (PURA BESAKIH)

Built in the 14th century on the south slopes of Mt. Agung, Pura Besakih, also known as the Mother Temple is the biggest and holiest temple in Bali. Perched nearly 1000 meters up the side of Gunung Agung, it is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples. The largest and most important temple of this complex is Pura ...

Always wear a sarong and sash. You can usually rent one at most temple’s entrance, or buy one if you want to keep it as a souvenir Do not walk in front of people when they are praying. Do not use flash or point your camera at the priest's face. Never sit higher than the priest or the offerings. During cremation ceremonies, do not ...

Pura Batu Bolong

The small pagodas of the modest Balinese temple Pura Batu Bolong are perched at the end of a rocky volcanic promontory that leaps seaward into the Indian Ocean and is a family favorite spot to watch the sunset. The name comes from the rock underneath the temple pierced with a natural hole, Batu Bolong, literally means 'rock with ...

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