Ulun Danu Temple
Ulun Danu, the second most important temple in Bali, after Pura Besakih, is located on the shores of Lake Bratan in the mountains near Bedugul. Built in 1633, this temple is used for offering ceremonies to the Balinese water, lake and river Goddess.
Originally, Pura Batur and the village of Batur were located down in the caldera at the foot of Mount Batur, an active volcano. A violent eruption in 1926 destroyed both the village and the temple, except for the most important shrine, an 11-tiered meru dedicated to Dewi Danu. The villagers moved to the highest and oldest rim of the caldera, where they rebuilt their village and the temple.
Where: Ulun Danu Temple
Guest Fee: $8 per person
Other: Transport not included. Can be combined with other activities, including the Munduk Hike. Speak to reception or email us for tailor-made trips for you.
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