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The temple was very important in ancient time as it was the state temple of the Budulu Pejeng Kingdom prior to Javanese conquest of Bali. It houses a big prehistoric kettle drum the biggest ever found in Indonesia. It is believed that the drum served...More
This is wholly unique temple.
They follow the Hindu mythology and is suppose to be the centre of all things and its creation.
This is not so much a tourist destination which makes it all the more worthwhile as any visitor will be able to...More
The first and original center of directional temples of Bali during Mpu Kuturan period, as in later period, Bali was divided into nine kingdoms and each established its own central directional temple. Pura Pusering Jagat was located at Pejeng, near Ubud, the place of the...More
This temple is one of 3 within 100 metres of each other just outside Pejeng. This one is famous for its stone jar carved out of one piece of rock which is displayed in a temple tower. admission is by donation and temple dress is...More