Pulaki Temple (Pura Pulaki)

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Raymondale
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia750 contributions
Nov 2019
visited this temple in November last year,but it was the second time. this time i stayed around Pejarakan, one day i had a one day tour, visiting some temples and interesting places in north bali. Pura Pulaki is one of the six holy temples in Bali, it is a sea temple which face the sea and just sits at the foothill.this temple also known as temple of monkeys,cuz so many monkeys here, that's why they fenced this temple by metal cage.i had a chance to talk with the priest inside the temple, very nice experience. this temple quite popular,saw many devotees come here for praying. compared to the first time visit,monkeys more cheeky here,so take care of your belongings.
Written 25 October 2020
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han bali transport
Pemuteran, Indonesia183 contributions
Jul 2019 • Business
Pura Agung Pulaki Buleleng is one of the largest temples in North Bali. This temple is also known as the Petirtaan Temple. This temple, dominated by black stone ornaments. The atmosphere around the temple is also very beautiful and beautiful.

Located at the foot of the hill, of course there are many green plants that spoil the eyes and close to the cliffs that will make your vacation accompanied by the waves.
Written 21 July 2019
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han bali transport
Pemuteran, Indonesia183 contributions
Dec 2018 • Business
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Mention the thousand temple island is indeed feasible for this island of Bali, almost all corners of the island have temples, a number of temples known as Sad Kahyangan Jagat, Tri Kahyangan and Dang Kahyangan Jagat are on this island of Bali. And one of the holy places known as the Dang Kahyangan Jagat temple is Pura Agung Pulaki, the location is on the main highway of Singaraja-Gilimanuk, precisely in the village of Banyupoh, Gerokgak District, Kab. Buleleng. Located at the foot of the hill and facing perfectly towards the sea, so the scenery here is quite beautiful.

In the Pulaki Temple area in 1987 found a number of tools from prehistoric times including stone tools such as ax-shaped stones, pimples and others, buildings also terraces as a distinctive feature of prehistoric buildings, the location of the temple in Pulaki bay which has a number of sources of fresh water so it is estimated has been visited or inhabited by humans since centuries ago, so it is estimated that the Pulaki temple has existed since prehistoric times. This Pulaki bay area is also often visited by merchant boats that need water on a cruise and there is also the possibility of conducting barter trade, so that in this region also built a customs temple which was once a stopover for seafarers.

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Written 25 December 2018
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Ggrende
Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic3 contributions
Apr 2018 • Family
The place is under the foothills with a natural view of the sea. If a visit here need to be careful with luggage because the monkeys here are quite nosy picking up luggage. But the temple is amazing and very well preserved.
Written 8 April 2018
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Jeff-HTC
Cincinnati, OH11 contributions
Dec 2017 • Family
My family of four enjoyed our three-temple tour far more than we expected to. Our resort, Plataran Menjangan, provided us with clothing suitable for visiting. Good thing too... we saw visitors in western garb who were turned away. In many ways this is more impressive than Angkor Wat... the Balinese temples are still being actively used, their vibrant Spirituality is palpable. Lots of monkey and cats...
Written 28 December 2017
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tonin92
Villiers-sur-Marne, France2,566 contributions
Oct 2017 • Couples
We came here on our way to pemuteran ... itwas a special day so people well dressed and temple well decorated. Not so many monkeys so we enjoy the visit and pictures on 45 min ... good but not a must.
Written 14 November 2017
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kamiyamiku8
Shinjuku, Japan6 contributions
Oct 2017 • Friends
We visited this temple ,when journey to the Munduk village. The first time here really interested this temple. Position of the bottom of the hill, close to the sea and also the monkeys that live around the temple. A very worthy temple to visit.
Written 21 October 2017
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chanling918
New Taipei, Taiwan6 contributions
Jul 2017 • Couples
This is true a unique temple, The ornaments temple built with good characteristics. I can not imagine, how to build the temples under the hill. It's an amazing temple, in front of the beach and the place have some monkey life inside of the temple area.
Written 23 July 2017
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CHD6265
Odiham, UK300 contributions
May 2017 • Couples
As per norm, this a 'donation' rich environment so don't come here expecting a free attraction. We went the whole nine yards and got a 'volunteer' guide for another donation. A lovely guy who knew little about the temple but was useful at beating the monkeys off.

Place was grubby and full of no-go religiously significant areas- disappointing as we were already 140k down with donations and monkey food.

Ah, the monkeys! A highlight. Buy the peanuts and hold on tight. Such fun but those guys are determined and resourceful.
Written 19 May 2017
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William S
Kobe, Japan1,176 contributions
Mar 2017 • Couples
This temple offers a lovely view of the water though it is alongside the busy beach road. You'll notice the plethora of monkeys wandering around and approaching you for food. As stated in other reviews, they can be a bit aggressive. DO NOT carry any plastic bags or food with you. The local kids carry a stick with them for protection.
The temple is traditional Balinese and modestly kept - not as well as others in the area. The cages needed to protect worshippers and other items from the monkeys seem incongruent with the nature of the temple. That said, we enjoy viewing temples and don't regret the stop - which our driver did not want to do as he was afraid of the monkeys. Visit Pemuteran Temple instead.
Written 13 March 2017
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