Historical Relief You Must See in Bali


yeh-pulu-reliefYeh Pulu Ubud is one of historical site as a tourist destination in Bali Island. Most of tourists who visit the Yeh Pulu Temple are foreign tourists who love to learn story about Bali meanwhile the domestic tourists are very seldom to visit. It is because the less promotion made by the local government to promote this site for domestic tourists. Yeh Pulu Temple is located in Bedulu Village, Blahbatuh Sub-District, Gianyar Regency and about 1 hour from Denpasar City. Since the temple is located in Bedahulu Village, then Yeh Pulu Temple also called Yeh Pulu Bedulu.

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The unique from this temple is the location where blessed by the beautiful rice fields and scattered in all directions of Bedulu Village. You will completely enjoy to visit this site where you can see the beautiful reliefs with long story from the kingdom era and also see the magnificent view of rice terraces are arranged neatly.

You can reach this temple passing through small footpath which are well maintained and cleaned to facilitate every visitor to come to this site.  The maintenance of this path is done by the local farmer organization, named Subak. Thiis site is also completed by public facilities includes parking area, toilet and souvenir shops.

In this temple you can see many unique ancient reliefs carved 0n the rock, and has long  about 25 meters with 2 meters high.

8677233613_e11c9d87c7_bThe reliefs had described about the ancient Balinese life history of the Bedahulu Kingdom. Not only relief on the wall, holes protrudes into place to meditate also can be seen in this area. According to the local people that this place is used by Bedahulu King for meditation, before lose his battle against the Majapahit Kingdom on 1343.

It is recommended place to visit when you got holidays in Bali where you just book your trip through a reliable travel agents in Bali to make your trip be easier. I believe your trip will be awesome and great experience.

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