This beautiful temple is located on the shores of Lake Brata. Built in the early 17th century, it is situated inside Candi Kuning Park in the village of Budugul. This temple is used for offering ceremonies to the Balinese water, lake and river goddess Dewi Danu. Also beside the lake there is a temple known as Cudamani which was built by the influence of Buddhism.
Uluwatu translates “Temple on a stone” and as the name suggests, it is built on top of a cliff. One of the six representative temples known as Sad Kahyangan, it holds a big ceremony 21 days after Galungan day. A high priest Danghyang Nirartha came to this ground in the 16th century, and Padmasana to which Sang Hyang Widhi was enshrined was extended. This temple is highly known for its remarkable sunset.
Kebo Edan means “Mad Buffalo”, this place was used to teach the Islam ceremony Koran, ”Siwa Bhaiwara” but now it is a Hindu Temple. There is a famous statue called “Dancing Pejeng Giant” with four penises and a snake that twines round one foot, and the other foot tramples a dead man, it is taken from a scene of Mahabarata.
A temple best known for its bronze drum “The moon of Pejeng”. Estimates for its age vary from 1,000-2,000 years old. The diameter of this drum is 160cm, height 186cm, the largest single piece cast drum in the world. Situated in the inner courtyard, its geometric patterns are said to resemble patterns from both Irian Jaya and Vietnam. The legend of its origin says that it came to earth as a fallen moon, one of the 13 moons of the Balinese legend.