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Pura Beji, Buleleng

(4.3/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • The relatively small, dating back to the 15th century Pura Beji drew us into its spell. In contrast to the "overcrowded" well-known temples in Bali, it is built of pink sandstone and not from the usual black volcanic rock. The temple was built by and for the rice farmers of the region. Be sure to visit!
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  • This temple is located in the village of Sangsit, about 8 km from Singaraja, the former capital. For local people, this temple is known as Pura Subak. Pura Subak is a sacred place and here you can worship a goddess of rice and the symbol of prosperity. As in all the temples you must dress properly to enter, i.e., must wear a sarong (also serves a sarong). The temple is a picturesque and filled with ornate carvings in particular in the form of plants and flowers. There are many sizes and all are painted, which makes it very artistic and colorful.
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  • It would be easy (as well as tragic) to drive past and not know it is there. This temple has many unusual carvings, some quite modern (a guitarist) others old and primitive. It is certainly worth a vi...  more »
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  • Best maintained and beautiful temple.
  • Good place and nice local people
  • Super atmosphere and architecture! Recommend!
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  • Beautiful and quiet temple. Oddly enough, very clean and well-maintained turf everywhere. Admission is free and parking lot across the road.
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  • Suitable to be used as a place of preweding
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