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Address: Ubud 80511, Indonesia
Recommended length of visit: <1 hour

Yeh Pulu Temple Build on 14th or 15th century and are in a very attractive...

Yeh Pulu Temple Build on 14th or 15th century and are in a very attractive rice field setting. You can reach Yeh Pulu on foot through the rice fields from Goa Gajah but you will definitely need a guide for the 45 minute walk as there is no path to speak of. Alternatively turn off the Ubud to Gianyar main road about 400 metres east of the entrance to the Goa Gajah complex. Drive through Banjar Batulumbang until the road comes to an end. For here walk down the track to Yeh Pulu passing the small warung on your left. As well as the carvings there is a holy well here and the attendant priest will be happy to bless you with the well water. Temple dress code applies here. Yeh Pulu is a much under-rated and under-visited site - highly recommended.

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A lovely quiet place to escape the turmoil of Ubud

Very old Hindu bas relief carvings, but the real point of coming is the walk down the valley, which is beautiful. If you are wearing shorts, they will lend you a sarong at the... read more

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Luang Prabang, Laos
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

Very old Hindu bas relief carvings, but the real point of coming is the walk down the valley, which is beautiful. If you are wearing shorts, they will lend you a sarong at the entrance.

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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Interesting stone carvings from many centuries ago that represent different life scenes. An old lady at the bottom sprinkled me with holy water. That was a first for me!

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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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Reviewed 12 April 2017

Quite place, peaceful, zen atmosphere, many statues of an other creed , religion, a holy place, Indonesian's Sundaislands faith; to visit temple is instinctive, sensitive and overall mysterious.

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Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 22 March 2017

Its a lovely walk through rice fields to the ancient carvings (and old lady tending them and posing with you for photos and a gratuity...) but I think you're better off reading up on the place than having a guide tag along. I found his prescence and superfluous chatter more an annoyance than help. I would have preferred to be... More 

Thank Tony W
Paris, France
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Reviewed 19 March 2017

Visited this temples on late afternoon and no many people there. We are impressed by the statues ..so many,,,,If you like to avoid crowded just come here!

Thank ykilese
Wuppertal, Germany
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Reviewed 18 March 2017

This was a hard place to find, but so worth it. This is a place hardly anybody comes to. Its hidden and well worth the find. Go check it out . It is right around the area of Elephant Cave.

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 1,259 helpful votes
Reviewed 17 March 2017

We stumbled across this place and were thrilled. It's different to everything else in Temples and the carvings are superb. The carvings are extremely old and unfortunately there wasn't alot of information about them but it doesn't detract from their beauty. Many of the locals of course, know about this place and some come here for prayer and offerings. Only... More 

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Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 2 March 2017

Saw a lot of statues with many kind of impression. Walked and explore with a guide! There are interesting history of this temple.

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Nainital, India
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

26 Km from Denpasar airport is known for relief tourist attraction is located in Banjar Batulumbang,Bedulu village, it was first discovered in 1925,this place is not only an archaeological heritage site but it is also has beautiful rice field and cliff and easy to be reach because it is situated on Kintamani tourism track.

Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 6 February 2017

Very quiet and off the beaten path. After going to other temples and seeing far too many tourists around, it was nice to go to a more secluded area. It seemed far more spiritual for that reason. The walk was gorgeous, surrounded by rice plantations and beautiful trees and a small waterfall and flowing stream. Once there, there was a... More 

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