Puseh Batuan Temple, Bali

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Address: Jl. Raya Batuan, Batuan, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia

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Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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About Puseh Batuan Temple, Bali

To the north of the village you will find an ancient 11 Century Temple. I just talked to have been founded in 1022 Anno Domini. Though architecture is Indian the decorations are Balinese. The main gate looks like it was once whole but then was broken into two parts. Beyond it you will find a garden with many statues of deities scattered around. Inside you will find a three level Meru, which is a sort of Balinese Pagoda, and it is dedicated to the Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. The Padmasana building is where the islands’ one true Hindu God, the Sang Hyang Widhi, is worshipped. The temple is maintained by the villagers and is also owned by them.

Puseh Batuan Temple Ticket Prices

  • Donations in support of maintaining the temple is appreciated.

Puseh Batuan Temple Opening and Closing Hours

  • The actual temple timings are from dawn to dusk.

How To reach Puseh Batuan Temple by Public Transport

  • Drive to here or take a taxi or ojek.

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Puseh Batuan Temple, Bali Reviews

  • This was the first time I've been to a Hindu temple and it was amazingly beautiful. The detail of the statues and craft work on the windows and doors cannot be put into words. The Balinese artisans are truly talented and patient people as temples like these take years to construct. Beautiful and immaculately clean.

  • Thousands of Hindu temples are on the island of Bali. One is bigger, another smaller, but essentially all is equal. During the holiday you can visit 1-3 and it will be enough for you. I do not advise you to specially go to one or another sanctuary.

  • Rain drenched, when we went there, found temple structures with excellent architecture. Unfortunately entry inside the temple was denied.

  • Nice ancient temple, one thing you should notice they ask 10k for each person as entrance fee. But its not. Place is totally free for tourists, it is a donation and they do not mention it.

  • Temples is one of the greatest attractions here in Bali. Heard historic memories during our ancestors time. Every corner is picturesque.

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