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Jagatnata Temple (Pura Jagatnatha)

Jl. Sudirman, Denpasar, Indonesia
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Jl. Sudirman, Denpasar, Indonesia
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Reviewed 8 June 2017

This is supposed to be the largest temple in Bali, located at the center of capital Denpasar. It is situated next to the Bali museum. So the tourists can visit both places in one go. The temple premises are clean and well maintained. Unlike Indian...More

Thank Rajeev_Palsule
Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

This is right best to the history museum in Denpasar. Pay entry fee of 20000 Indonesian rupees take a sarong to drape over your dress ( this is free) and walk in. Looks slightly different from the other temples. The deity is lord Siva. There...More

Thank murali8121
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Jagatnata Temple (Pura Jagatnatha) is situated next to the Puputan Gardens. It uses much white coral in the construction and contains numerous intricately carved figures.

Thank Nomadman411978
Reviewed 12 March 2017

This temple was located beside the Denpasar State Museum. You could see this place easily if you managed to climb the stairs on museum lookout tower.

Thank ValentinoEdward
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Defintely one of the more unique temples to see. Beautiful sculptures and colours, peacuful and just different from the other temples. Affordable entrance of 20,000 rupiah. We were lucky with a very quit day there without any other tourists

Thank Jeannemarie1983
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Pura Jagatnatha ( Guardian/Protector of the Home) or a Place of worship for All who wish to pay hommage to God. Located near the Puputan Badung or near Jaya Sabha (Govenors Ressidence) this Temple has been here for about 40 yrs as I remember. Its...More

Thank Tony V
Reviewed 3 December 2016 via mobile

Entrance fee is 20,000 rupiahs per person. Sarong and sash can be borrowed here. The temple area is big, no need to climb steps,just need to walk around. Various carvings adorned the high obelisk-like centerpiece. Took several pictures as I we t around this structure....More

Thank LolaGo1
Reviewed 7 October 2016

sometimes a bit crowded when its on Kuningan Day. But this place is the center of Denpasar City. Very peacefull and near to the Museum Bali. If you like about hsitory, you also can visit the museum which nearby it

Thank imadedwijananda
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Visited as part of a tour we stayed approx 10 minutes. History is interesting that this temple is purpose built to suit the city workers.

Thank Lorraine D
Reviewed 29 June 2016

Part of an on shore excursion. Sits next to the Museum Negeri Propinisi. Interesting highlights on our trip. NOTE: Toilet facilities are limited)

Thank Ian H
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