Was reputedly built by the architect-priest Mpu Kuturan around the 11th century as one of the six major sad kahyangan territorial temples of the island. The reformer priest Pedanda Wawu Rauh, rebuilt it in its present state in the 16th century. He is said to have attained his moksa (release from earthly desires) here. The temple is home to a small colony of monkeys who have caused some damage to the temple over the years, but still retain their status as sitting tenants. The temple's structure follows the tripartite pattern of godly, human and demonic courtyards.
Sunset at Jimbaran Bay with Dinner
dine at the beach side by surrounded candle light and supported by live quartet performance and authentic Balinese Cocktail which will cheers you up.