Most travelers love to have a visit to Balinese Hindu temple during their holiday in Ubud Bali. How about you, are you thinking to do the same thing? If yes, on this page I wrote regarding one of Ubud points of interest which are Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal Ubud.
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Let me describe the meaning of Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal Ubud. Pura is a Balinese word mean temple, specific for Balinese Hindu temple. Dalem Agung, also a Balinese word mean great temple of death, while Padangtegal is one area of Ubud.
Furthermore, if you are first time having a holiday in Ubud Bali, my recommendation is visiting Padangtegal great temple of death in Ubud. Due to the location of Padangtegal great temple of death, is inside of the most famous Ubud attraction, which is Monkey Forest Ubud.
For those of you who have visited monkey forest Ubud, will certainly have a question! Which part of Ubud monkey forest, is the location of Padangtegal great temple of death? This topic appears due to Ubud monkey forest area are quite large. Also, most visitors get attracted with the monkey at Ubud monkey forest. Therefore, the visitor is not aware of the existence of the Balinese Hindu temple.
Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, located in the southwest part of Ubud monkey forest area and intended to worship the god Shiva.
The name of this temple is actually, just Pura Dalem Agung. However, because there are many temples with the name as Pura Dalem Agung in Bali, so to make it easier to remember the location, local people added the word Padangtegal. These means that the temple located in the village of Padangtegal Ubud.
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Temples On The Area Of Ubud Monkey Forest
Inside the area of monkey forest in Ubud, there are three temples and one of them is Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal. Pura Dalem Agung was estimated built around the middle of the 14th century when the Pejeng Dynasty governed Ubud Bali.
The second temple named, Pura Beji. Its location is in the southwest of Ubud monkey forest area. Pura Beji is dedicated to worship the goddess Ganges. Before performing religious ceremonies, the people of Padang Tegal Village will invoke holy water at Beji temple, intended for purification. The third temple located in the northeast area of monkey forest Ubud. Pura Prajapati is to worship the god Prajapati.
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Entrance Fee & Dress Code
How about Pura Dalem Agung aPdangtegal entrance fee! Is there any entry fee to enter the Padangtegal great temple of death? Visitors are not required to pay an entry fee to get into the temple, due to visitors have pay for the Ubud monkey forest admission fee. So how much is Ubud monkey forest entrance fee?
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To enter Balinese Hindu temple, it required specific dress code that you need to follow. Otherwise, you will not allow entering the temple. Therefore, what is the appropriate dress code for going into a temple in Bali? Bali Temple dress code is quite simple. You only need to wear a sarong with a scarf tie on your waist.
Where can I get sarong and scarf? Most all famous Balinese temples in Bali provide a sarong and scarf for rent, and the price of a sarong and scarf rental varies, normally around IDR 20.000. However, if you do not want to rent a sarong or scarf, you can buy it at the shop or traditional art market like at Ubud traditional art market.
Location & Opening Hour
Due to Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal located inside the area of Ubud monkey forest. Therefore, to find the place of the temple, you must discover the location of the monkey forest Ubud. To make it easier for you to find its location, please see it on below map!
Therefore, the opening hour of the Padangtegal great temple of death, following the opening hours of Ubud monkey forest, which is from 08:30 – 18:00. For entry ticket booths open from 08:30 – 17:30.
Transportation To Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal
After you see the location of Padangtegal great temple of death, then you need to know the best way to get to the spot of the temple of Dalem Agung in term of transportation choices.
Mainly there is two type of choice for transportation in Bali, public transports or private transport. However, for the public transports, the only option is taxi meter. For taxi meter is more appropriate for you who would like to visit one place that closes by to your hotel location. Doing this, it will save your travel budget. Therefore, my recommendation to choose a taxi meter, if you pick a hotel in Ubud, and would like to visit Padangtegal great temple of death in Ubud.
However, if you want to have a visit more than one places in one day, my recommendation is to get private transports, due to private transportations is more affordable to use for the whole day and the cost is count by hourly or daily usage not by meter. For private transports, you can get a self-drive car rental, or with a driver, if you are not confidence to drive in Bali.
If you decide to drive a car or you want to ride a motorbike. Please make sure you have an international driving license which is issued by your country. Otherwise, there is a highly chance you get fine by the Indonesian police.
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Ubud Points Of Interest
Besides Balinese temple and other attraction, Ubud point of interest is also on the adventure activities. Of of the most favorite adventure activities in Ubud is white water rafting at Ayung river Ubud. Therefore, if you were wondering what to do in Ubud? You can try Ayung river rafting.
If you have an interest in joining white water rafting in Ubud, you must be wondering! How much does it cost to join Ayung river rafting in Ubud? The price of Ayung river rafting Ubud depend on the rafting company that you choose. Also, there are plenty of white water rafting company in Ubud. For your information, the most well-known rafting company in Ubud is Bali Sobek Rafting at Ayung river.
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