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Commonly known as the ‘land of ten thousand temples,’ Bali’s puras (literally translated as ‘space surrounded by a wall’) are truly omnipresent and seemingly innumerable.  Known as the meeting points of humans and gods, temples are an inseparable element of Balinese life ranging in size and purpose from the small family temples in every compound to the pura puseh, pura des... Read more
Another one of Bali’s important nine directional
temples, this dramatic pura carved out of the
Agung Pulaki Temple

Another one of Bali’s important nine directional temples, this dramatic pura carved out of the mountainside is located 25 meters from the ocean near the village of Banyupoh.  It commemorates a holy spring discovered by the Hindu sage Danghyang Nirartha in the 16th century and is home to packs of macaques that are considered sacred to the...

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Pura Arjuna Metapa is located in the middle of a picturesque
rice paddy.  Its structure resembl
Arjuna Metapa Temple

Pura Arjuna Metapa is located in the middle of a picturesque rice paddy.  Its structure resembles a small pavilion rather than a classical temple. The very name when translated means “Temple Where Arjuna meditated”. It features statues of Arjuna and his attendant/servants Twalen and Merdah. The group represents a well-known passage...

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Pura Batu Madau is a temple made up of
pagoda-like structures. It is remotely located on a beach on
Batu Madawu Temple

Pura Batu Madau is a temple made up of pagoda-like structures. It is remotely located on a beach on the eastern side of the island and is the second most important temple on Nusa Penida. Nusa Penida is the largest of three islands off the southeastern coast of Bali, the others being Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. This stunning temple is located ...

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