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Panglipuran Temple

Jl. Raya Panglipuran, Indonesia
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A Friendly traditional village

It takes me and my husband almost 2 hours driving from Seminyak area to reach this place. The local... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
FarahKarimah
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Jakarta, Indonesia
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part of Penglipuran village

I was cecking from outside, because the locked. This temple is part of Penglipuran village area... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2017
Ristiyatikho A
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Bali, Indonesia
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Jl. Raya Panglipuran, Indonesia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It takes me and my husband almost 2 hours driving from Seminyak area to reach this place. The local residents is really friendly, they will greet and welcome you to their homes so you can take a look around, take a pictures and also offer...More

Thank FarahKarimah
Reviewed 12 May 2017

I was cecking from outside, because the locked. This temple is part of Penglipuran village area, so when we go around penglipuran we will find this temple.

Thank Ristiyatikho A
Reviewed 11 March 2017

Penglipuran village has beautifull temples surrounding the village, this village is popularly tourist destination since decades ago. To get here can be both by public bus or sharing tour and private tour also. The peoples are clearly friendly

Thank jerowijaya
Reviewed 23 October 2016

"One of the most cleanest village In Indonesia"- tagline from socmed brought me here. And it's true. It taker 2 hours drive from Kuta, but when you got here you can see the beautiful traditional village in Bali. You should try their "peyek" one of...More

Thank e_fox258
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Just get inside the villager's house and make some great conversation there. Your trip will be much interesting 👍 Don't forget to buy the handycraft and bargain the price

Thank Gregorius B
Reviewed 29 June 2016

This village of 800 inhabitants is a traditional village with age old traditions well maintained until this day. This is a very interesting and unique village to visit. The similar house entrance gates and house's lay out make the village look very beautiful. The village...More

1  Thank Andresguia
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Located quite far from Kuta area but this was worth the trip. A cultural village in front of the temple and not very tourist spot. The village was beautiful and you can take many nice photos here. Also can see the cultural and rural living...More

1  Thank SA1710
Reviewed 18 April 2015

Ouch... Getting wet when we arrived at this place, almost 30 minute to waiting rain stopped. But it does not matter when we start to go to the main village, wow... it's amazing traditional village. There are about 70 houses with original architecture, but there...More

Thank Wiznu_Mby
Reviewed 18 November 2014

we could not enter as we are not wearing sarong and ceremony on going, however good place to take picture from the front gate for wedding picure or pre-wedding picture

Thank Ach Joey M
Reviewed 20 September 2014

A rewarding stop on the very pleasant drive to Mt Batur, this is a pretty, well maintained traditional village offering tours of private family compounds. Beautiful gardens, as pretty as a picture postcard. There is a very ancient temple, and the main road leads through...More

1  Thank Michelle G
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