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We had to pay 50,000 per person for a ticket and guide. It was very cloudy and windy, and we had to climb 365 steps, it was a beautiful temple but it was eerily quiet but we decided to visit this temple as opposed to...More
We had a wonderful view after climbing 365 steps. But the temple is closed since the eruption of mount agun in September 2017. You can see the flow of a lavar and that there was a big fire. The temple is in good shape. You...More
A very interesting temple to visit.
You need to be reasonably fit as there is a lot of walking and some steady uphill inclines.
But when you get to the top it is well worth the effort to get there.
The plus point is what...More
It's hard to say whether this place would still have such an effect if it was merely one stop on the way up Mount Agung, but since it's the highest reachable point at present and since the views are very impressive it's automatically onto a...More
Me and my wife was driven here by our kind hearted driver. He said that this is the highest temple in Bali (Because I thought that Besakih was the highest but he said about this temple, so we're directly went there from Ulun Danu). So...More
This temple is situated on the foot of Mount Agung and therefore is also a starting point to hike up this mountain. We were driven to the lower ground of this temple by our guide after visiting Pura Basakhi. There is ample parking space here....More
Pasar Agung temple is situated on the high point of mount Agung hill side, it is on the way to climb to the top of mount Agung for the sunrise. The views of: Lombok, Nusa Penida and surrounding the temple is magnificent.
I first saw this temple at midnight just before I began my sunrise climb up Gunung Agung. I, along with my guide, stopped here to say our prayers and make our offerings before we ascended. It was a tough road to get up to but...More
We drove up to the temple with the scooter which was a nice trip. Once there we got harassed by people demanding we take a guide. There was no official ticket office which gave us the feeling we were being scammed. The temple itself is...More