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  • algiealdhian
    Jakarta, Indonesia113 contributions
    Not as long as expected, or I just didn’t walk long enough due to the kids.

    But the panoramic is amazing. Fresh air + sunrise + sweat. Just perfect to be your morning routine.

    Take a walk at 6am local time, and you’ll get the walk on yourself. People will come as the sun rises.
    Written 17 May 2022
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  • Rahul
    San Francisco, CA3 contributions
    Temple was closed when we went. The area around the temple was open. You can take photos in front of the temple gate. Not too crowded
    Written 8 May 2022
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  • Elana F
    Indonesia165 contributions
    Great activity walking a great track with rice fields surrounding you so calm and peaceful a lovely walk
    Written 3 November 2020
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  • PaulDurret
    Singapore, Singapore4 contributions
    This place is great, ok it feels quite touristic but the view is really nice and the installation is great for you to have your nice Bali memory shot,
    Its a great experience
    Written 25 February 2020
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  • nazm1503
    London, UK22 contributions
    We visited the coffee plantation, where we were taken around by a guide. He showed us the different types of trees used to grow coffee, cacao and lots of other spices/fruits. We were able to see coffee roasting and were given fruit teas and flavoured coffees to try for free.

    They also sold luwak coffee for 50k, a special type of coffee made from the poo of a civet. They had a civet in a cage, ‘for display purposes only’, and wrote on a nearby board that these civets were released every week and a new one taken. Not sure how true this was.

    At the end of the tour, we were taken to a shop where we could buy teas, coffees, oils and more. The guides do not pressure you to buy, but since the tour is free, you feel obliged to get something.
    Written 12 May 2022
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  • Abana87
    Leeds, UK80 contributions
    As part of our tour through Ubud, we found ourselves deep in the commercial end of town (by the Monkey Forest) which is where the Puri Saren Royal Palace lies. If you didn’t know this was where the royal family spent some of their time, you wouldn’t be the only one; the palace itself seems fairly innocuous when compared to the likes of the temples and traditional family houses you see casually around Bali.
    Whilst this may seem to make the royal family that bit more relatable to the average local, in all honesty it was just more of the same that we had come to expect from the temples of Ubud. That was not to say the palace wasn’t an aesthetic marvel, more that the style of Balinese architecture that we had seen throughout our travels in Ubud is itself incredible and this was, at the risk of repeating myself, just more of that.
    Not an essential stop by any means, but if you want more of that Balinese architectural goodness then you can easily fit it into your schedule.
    Written 7 September 2020
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  • Erwin
    Jakarta, Indonesia9 contributions
    Turn to Ibah's Warwick resort, and you'll find a local school to park your car/bike. From there, follow the path to go to Campuhan, and you'll find the Temple at the side of your walk. it's mostly closed and opened only for praying. Still, you can take shots in front of the temple gate.
    Written 29 September 2021
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  • zebragorda
    Zihuatanejo, Mexico281 contributions
    Another great example of rice fields on hillside terraces.Very scenic and calming while you feast your eyes on it.
    Written 21 April 2020
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  • David M
    Cape Town Central, South Africa321 contributions
    our guide was wonderful spending time explaining the whole process and answering any questions, coffee and tea samples were interesting, the coffee is really good and you can taste the difference, but be prepared to pay if you make it your daily drink
    Written 7 March 2020
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  • Daniella
    Haaren, The Netherlands41 contributions
    This temple was the most interesting temple that I saw. It had so many statutes. And corners and trees, lovely atmosphere! You have to pay a little entrance fee of 10.000 roepies which will be used for maintenance.
    Written 15 March 2020
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  • Radu B
    Cluj-Napoca, Romania443 contributions
    There is a beautifully preserved rock carving 26m long &2m tall about daily Balinese life: the farmer, animal hunting, women in community. The temple itself is tiny, small and not well maintained. 30k IDR access fee with free sarong included. 500m walk from parking by a nice rice paddies area, but not recommended if is to hot! Kinndly but strong refuse the locals who offer to show you the place, I heard them with a group speaking no English, no history questions answer, but high tip expected. Discover the place by yourself.
    Written 30 January 2020
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  • Simon P
    Bridgetown, Barbados256 contributions
    Lovely place to see Bali’s culture through this temples and love for their religious beliefs. I was amazed at the buildings and how well they are maintained I would definitely recommend as part of a day tour
    Written 20 April 2019
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  • Naga Mas
    Denpasar, Indonesia212 contributions
    On Kunningan day (10th day after Galungan) is a big ceremony in Taman Pule Temple in Mas village. For those of you who wish to experience real Bali culture this is a must for you. After the initial first day (you can see traditional Wayang Wong dance in Temple forecourt) there are procesions of tall offerings each afternoon for three days from different Banyars (Village co-ops so to speak) meeting pavilions. The Temple is alive with many ceremonies and outside there is an array of tents and sellers of cloth, food toys and many other goods ...very busy place...enjoy
    Written 9 July 2019
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  • Astrid & Wayne
    Melbourne, Australia21 contributions
    We were glad to be able to experience wayang kulit. It was very much shortened for tourists, and included English parts, which makes it less authentic but may be helpful for some viewers. You also get a written synopsis beforehand. Being allowed to look behind the scenes gave us an insight the amazing details and skills involved.

    As there were a group of tourists in the audience who clearly had no appreciation of a foreign culture (talking through the opening music, giggling as the puppets appeared, commenting on sounds and eventually leaving noisily one by one) and this echoed the mindset in one of the bad reviews, we would like to recommend this show to visitors who are actually interested in experiencing the tradition with an open mind. And if you then find it’s not for you, we would hope you’d still show respect.
    Written 30 October 2019
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  • Jessy W
    Adelaide, Australia3 contributions
    We visit the place a couple of weeks ago and bought a lot of coffees and teas from their shop, all sugar free, according the labels. But back home, everything taste so sweet, like it's full of sugar, very disappointed, if that's th case...it's misleading and cheating
    Written 25 January 2020
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