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TEMPLES AND MONUMENTS

SADHA KAPAL TEMPLE (PURA SADHA KAPAL)

Built in the 18th century, Pura Sadha Kapal is a dynastic sanctuary for the Mengwi Royal family.

Destroyed by an Earthquake in 1917, it was restored in the 1950’s. The Pura Sada is dedicated to the Hindu Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Pura Sadha Kapal is a beautiful red brick temple, with its famous carved and decorated Candi Betar (a 16 meter-high split gateway at the entrance), which are the only parts having survived the earthquake.

Also noticeable are the stone seats carved to honor worthy warriors who died on the battlefield.
Ulun Danu Temple - Beratan Bedugul Lake

The crater lake 'floating' temple of bali dates back to the late 1663 and is situated on the edge of lake Bratan in Bedugal. This water temple used for worshipping the Hindu trinity Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva and Dewi Danu the water goddess of Balinese Hindu's, lies  just north of Bali where the weather is cold and the villas have ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

THE SACRED MONKEY FOREST

Located on the south end of, well, the Monkey Forest Road, the Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud is an invitation for a short walk in the jungle and a visit the Dalem Agung Padantegal, a temple under the protection of monkeys. It’s quite fun to see them play around in the trees and even take a dive in the small pond near the temple. As for ...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK

Sound of Mine: The Sound of Alternative Rock with a Touch of Blues and More!

Bali has sure seen the birth and progress of numerous bands this year, and here we are, happy to do our part related to the births and happenings related to the island's music scene! We are sure passionate to cheer for the newcomers to make their way and earn their place, of course starting in the local scene.   This week we...

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