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Dalem Jagaraga Temple, Singaraja

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 20 reviews on the web
Get in touch with your spiritual side at Dalem Jagaraga Temple, dedicated to the god of death Ciwa. This active Hindu shrine was probably built during the Dutch colonial era and features clearly visible images carved on its walls, adding to the site's magical atmosphere. Similar temples cannot be found in Bali, making this place quite unique. Take a look at our Singaraja tourist route planner to schedule your visit to Dalem Jagaraga Temple and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • I had so wanted to see the Temple, about 15 mins out of Singaraja, so I booked a driver. On arrival the guide Ketut just appeared. Although it was nice to have the history he can be a little passionat...  read more »
  • The temple, though it has a little "tired" appearance. It was built in the 19th century. The temple's façade is decorated with many sculptures. Here in these sculptures depict various themes of Bali's history from the time of Dutch colonization. Many also baler′efov depicting various moments of life of Balinese people.
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  • A MUST visit when you go to Bali. The temple is wonderful, but its caretaker and guide, Ketut Suradnya, is definitely the star of the show. His ever-smiling face and detailed knowledge of his temple i...  read more »
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