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We were taken here as part of a tour around the area from Ubud. We went to a number of temples and this was the least interesting. It is on the list as it has a very old bronze drum, representing the moon. In itself...More
Pura Penataran Sasih is a Balinese Hindu temple in Pejeng village, Bali in the district of Gianyar. Founded in 1266 AD, it used to be the state temple of the Pejeng Kingdom. In the inner courtyard, there is the huge bronze drum known as the...More
This place is highly recommended in most of the tourist guides of Bali.
But it is definitely not worth to travel there.
Located at a main road full of traffic, there is this temple gate, which looks quite interesting and exciting but behind the gate...More
One of the oldest megalithic remain of prehistoric Bali is kept in the temple. The famous moon of Pejeng is actually a bronze drum dated from 300 BC, the biggest have ever found of its kind in Indonesia. Have a look at it and the...More
Long years ago during a trip when we visited several temples, I have been here already. It isn’t a place that you wish to see twice, but I wanted to show to my partner this very special drum.
The Moon of Pejeng is more than...More
Our visit to this temple came about in a really strange way. We had embarked on a walk along the Campuhan Ridge which starts from Jl Raya Ubud near the grounds of the old palace. We enquired whether it was possible to visit the temple...More
We attended the "Moon Temple" specifically to see the worlds largest cast bronze kettle drum and we were not dissapointed. The drum is hard to find, way back in the massive temple, but well worth seeing.
The temple itself is one of the largest we...More
This is a small simple local temple also known as the Moon Temple. The only reason to visit here is the 1,800 year old copper temple drum known as the Moon of Pejang.. Legend has it that this was a wheel on a chariot of...More