Puseh Batuan Temple

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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
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 00:30 Mins
  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids

Puseh Batuan Temple - Review

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 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 Address: Jl. Raya Batuan, Batuan, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia
  • Puseh Batuan Temple Timing: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Puseh Batuan Temple Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Puseh Batuan Temple(preferred time): 08:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Puseh Batuan Temple: 00:30 Mins
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Things to Know Before Visiting Puseh Batuan Temple

  • 3.79% of people who visit Bali include Puseh Batuan Temple in their plan

  • 78.57% of people start their Puseh Batuan Temple visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Puseh Batuan Temple

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

93.75% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Puseh Batuan Temple

People normally club together Bali Zoo and Banjar Hot Springs while planning their visit to Puseh Batuan Temple.

People also prefer to start their day with Puseh Batuan Temple.

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Puseh Batuan Temple, Bali Reviews

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  • Easy spot (by scooter) to visit a relatively large temple complex. They charge you for the decent clothes and for the entrance fee, but it is reasonable. Nice stalls to drink a coconut outside. (If you walk around you will find many other temples to visit for free, equaly interesting)

  • Bali Batuan Temple is a local Balinese Hindu temple looked after by the local resident of Batuan countryside. The temple is designed very beautiful with full of Balinese ornaments and the roof temple building is made from the fiber of chromatic black palm tree. It is strategically located beside of the main road from Denpasar to Ubud. For over a thousand years, Batuan has been a village of artists and craftsmen, old legends and mysterious tales. Batuan Temple is almost 1000 years old.

  • Beautiful temple that isn’t as touristy as long as you visit it in the morning before the buses of tourists come! Haha If you have any other questions or want to see other photos check us out on Instagram or Facebook: @wanderlust.lovers ❤️

  • The Batuan temple is considered as the oldest temple in Bali Island. This temple was designed with Balinese ornaments and the roof was made from the fiber of the coconut tree with black color. The temple location is strategic, which is on the side of the main road that connected Denpasar to Ubud. For over than a thousand of year, Batuan has transformed into the artist and craftsmen village, old legend, and also mysterious storie The Batuan temple was built in the year of 944 Isaka or 1020 AD. Almost 1000 years old, this temple can be categorized as Puseh temple according to the concept of “Tri Kahyangan or Tri Murti”. This is also makes this temple as the oldest temple in Bali island. The Tri Murti is the teaching that taught to the local people in the 10th century. The Tri Murti includes 3 temples which are the Village temple, Puseh temple, and Dalem temple. The Village temple is for worshiping the Brahma gods (the creator), the Puseh Temple is for worshiping the Wisnu gods (the caretaker), while the Dalem temple is for worshiping the Siwa gods (the destroyer). n this Batuan temple, you can see an ancient building called Wantilan, this place was used as a meeting room and practice every kind of dance of Bali as Gambuh Dance, Pendet, etc. Before you enter the temple there were some local people in Wantilan will lend ‘Kamben’ (traditional costumes Bali). This is a must for you to wear ‘Kamben Bali’ to show respect and honor of the sacredness “Puseh Stone Temple of Village”. It’s all free, you will not be charged for admission. However, local people expect any tourist visiting this temple can donate the amount of money to support the maintenance of the temple. There is provided a simple donation box. Every donation you give should be based on a sense of sincerity, where the Balinese know it was called “Medana punia”. The temple also provides a spacious parking lot, so that the tourists will easily find a parking place for their vehicles while visiting this place.

  • Entrance fee/ Sarong fee 10000IDR per person as of April 2018. We were here around 12 noon and it was blazing hot so we couldn't explore as much as we wanted. It's a small temple complex with nice sculptures. One of them the World Turtle which is a giant turtle believed by Hindus carried the world atop its shell.

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