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Tabanan - Bali regency should take really serious to keep this Temple as it is and a sign have to be clear of what possible or not and when is the best time to visit that people might see the personal/local who can explain more...More
This was by far the most impressing temple. As it is quite a ride to the temple there aren't much tourists.
The clouds and the mountain top in the back give it a mystical flair.
You can hike in the area whit having to fight...More
We booked a driver and car in Ubud who drove us up to the Batukau temple. It is a vey nice place, very peacefull and almost no tourists. After that we continued to see the rice terrases of Jatiluwih (Unesco World Inheritance) and ended our...More
" [...] In the figurative shadow of Agung, Batukaru is Bali’s second tallest peak (2,276 m), and site of the second largest temple. This beckoning bell curve also requires some blood-letting, the island’s oldest forests being hung with leeches. To get to the trailhead you’ll...More