must see

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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Batubulan
Market is a haven for stonemasonry – you’ll find various styles of stone
scu
Batubulan Market

Batubulan Market is a haven for stonemasonry – you’ll find various styles of stone sculptures here, from big to small, traditional to contemporary. Traditionally, these sculptures, made of soft volcanic rock, were used as temple ornaments and decorative pieces that adorn Bali’s palaces, however, most craftsmen at Batubulan Marke...

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This Ubud royal temple is more specifically a penyawang temple,
one specifically dedicated to the
Batur Sari Temple

This Ubud royal temple is more specifically a penyawang temple, one specifically dedicated to the deity of Lake Batur. This was made to spare the royal family from the arduous journey to the mountain lake.  During its odalan (annual temple anniversary) a large dance stage is set up in order to provide entertainment for the gods. The clima...

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This subak
(rice field) temple located situated in the village of Sangsit is dedicated
to Dewi Sri t
Beji Temple

This subak (rice field) temple located situated in the village of Sangsit is dedicated to Dewi Sri the goddess of rice and fertility and was built on the site of a well in the 15th century making it one of the oldest pura in North Bali.  Most noted for it’s incredibly ornate northern Bali-style of stone carving and ostentatious architect...

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Pura Belanjong lies in southern Sanur and is a significant
archaeological site because of the famous
Belanjong Temple

Pura Belanjong lies in southern Sanur and is a significant archaeological site because of the famous Prasati Blanjong, a 177cm stone pillar that dates back to AD 914, built by Warmadewa Dynasty's Buddhist King Sri Kesari Varma, which makes it the oldest Balinese inscription that mentions a royal name.  What is also very significant about this ...

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