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Sunrise boat trip to visit the local dolphins

There are many beautiful waterfalls in the area, along with the coffee plantation where you can... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2016
elizabeth H
Temple near Pemuteran area

Visited the temple during Balinese Galungan Festival so there were a lot of pilgrimage came and... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2016
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Apr 7, 2018
“Wonderful temple in Bali”
Dec 28, 2017
“Spiritual adventure”
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Pulaki Village, Seririt, Indonesia
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Reviewed 8 April 2018

The place is under the foothills with a natural view of the sea. If a visit here need to be careful with luggage because the monkeys here are quite nosy picking up luggage. But the temple is amazing and very well preserved.

Thank Ggrende
Reviewed 29 December 2017

My family of four enjoyed our three-temple tour far more than we expected to. Our resort, Plataran Menjangan, provided us with clothing suitable for visiting. Good thing too... we saw visitors in western garb who were turned away. In many ways this is more impressive...More

Thank Jeff-HTC
Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

We came here on our way to pemuteran ... itwas a special day so people well dressed and temple well decorated. Not so many monkeys so we enjoy the visit and pictures on 45 min ... good but not a must.

1  Thank tonin92
Reviewed 21 October 2017

We visited this temple ,when journey to the Munduk village. The first time here really interested this temple. Position of the bottom of the hill, close to the sea and also the monkeys that live around the temple. A very worthy temple to visit.

Thank kamiyamiku8
Reviewed 24 July 2017

This is true a unique temple, The ornaments temple built with good characteristics. I can not imagine, how to build the temples under the hill. It's an amazing temple, in front of the beach and the place have some monkey life inside of the temple...More

Thank chanling918
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

As per norm, this a 'donation' rich environment so don't come here expecting a free attraction. We went the whole nine yards and got a 'volunteer' guide for another donation. A lovely guy who knew little about the temple but was useful at beating the...More

Thank CHD6265
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

This temple offers a lovely view of the water though it is alongside the busy beach road. You'll notice the plethora of monkeys wandering around and approaching you for food. As stated in other reviews, they can be a bit aggressive. DO NOT carry any...More

Thank William S
Reviewed 24 September 2016

There are many beautiful waterfalls in the area, along with the coffee plantation where you can taste it all for free. The night market of seririt is great for the cooked food so have satay and desert there one night.

1  Thank elizabeth H
Reviewed 2 August 2016

Together with Pabean and Melanting temple in North Bali, this is the mecca for merchants and business owners praying for the good luck in their business. The barren cliff as a backdrop is lovely and the location on the seaside is great. But be very...More

Thank Andresguia
Reviewed 21 April 2016

Visited the temple during Balinese Galungan Festival so there were a lot of pilgrimage came and prayed. We were able to go inside the temple and took picture but the tour guide warned us about the cheeky monkeys so beware of your purse, sun glass...More

Thank hazel_1509
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