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Pura Lempuyang, Bali

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
A significant temple to the Balinese people and a culturally historical artifact, Pura Lempuyang rewards the hiker not only with an authentic glimpse into the prayer life of the Balinese people, but also picturesque views over the surrounding vista. Suitable for those of moderate to good levels of fitness and walking ability, the site requires visitors to climb 1,700 steps to the summit. Along the way, you will come across ornate Buddhist carvings and architecture. Before you begin, be sure to find a sarong to wear, or ask a guide where to find one, because entry to the temple is not permitted without one. Use our Karangasem travel itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Pura Lempuyang and other attractions in Karangasem.
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  • We were disappointed by a rather dirty place (full of trash everywhere). The first temple is quite nice, the view is beautiful, but unfortunately not maintained appearance spoil a little visit...
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  • Worth it just for the first temple which offers a wonderful view and a door that looks like it to infinity. And for the first stage there are few minutes of effort. To get to the top and go round the whole complex instead fatigue is great but is rewarded by a very unique place. On the way you will encounter many faithful to chat, so you feel less fatigue. Among the temples visited in Bali certainly the most beautiful and exciting.
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  • Great temples to discover all along the way, caution it is still quite physical. If you're lucky you can even attend a Balinese Hindu meditation :)!
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  • Amazing views. Well worth the trip. Take good walking shoes. It's quite the hike!
  • Amazing view and only a lot of people. Very Good stuff which explain us some Information.
  • The second temple is the most beautiful, the walk to the top and the views are beautiful, you have to wear a sarong (it's 10k to rent it). We went without a guide and saw only one monkey in the last temple. If it's just to see temples the last one isn't worth it.
  • Beautiful temple. Great views over Bali and to the Gunung Angung.
  • The highest temple is quite a distance and the surrounding view aren't much to see. And the smallest among all. I would say the first temple is the best so far after the carpark. Meaning no need to go so high up. And no need to get the guide as you would expect to be approached. If you are driving then the journey is painful with traffic. My car gps is not fully operational. Not sure what the brand is and not user friendly at all. End up have to purchase data plan from my phone and used goggle map. Cost 200,000 for solution.anyway its okay overall.if your have other places to go then keep this optional.
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