Pura Beji
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DIKA BALI DRIVER TOUR
Kuta, Indonesia613 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Friends
quite a long journey, visited Beji Temple which is in north Bali with a magnificent temple building with a large parking area. This temple was built during the Balinese kingdom, ticket prices are also not expensive. So we and our friends are very happy to be able to come here...
Written 16 June 2024
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Raymondale
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,103 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2022
Pura Beji located at Sangsit Village, Buleleng,it is a Subak temple.Subak is a term for the Balinese paddy irrigation system.it is dedicated to the spirit that looks after the irrigation and rice fields.i visited this temple three weeks ago when i had my North Bali trip in September this year. it was the second time i visited this temple, the first time was ten years ago.i love its craving, especially a craving of two Dutchmen playing instruments, one playing guitar,another playing rebab.it is said that they were Dutch colonial officer,and helped to renovate this temple.if you love craving of Balinese temple,then it is worth a visit.
Written 27 September 2022
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widhi scooter and tour
Pemuteran, Indonesia32 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019 • Business
I'm came with my best friend from India our on way to Ubud
We stop few minute, great temple its still original
Written 6 October 2019
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Miams
63 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Family
This is a cute small temple, you can visit it if you stay not too far or include it in a day trip to go after around Bratan area. It is not very known so not crowded at all. It is a short visit, beautiful architecture if you are sensitive to that. Bring your sarong if you can otherwise you have to pay for rental.
Written 13 September 2019
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Rachel D
Brighton, UK25 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Family
Such a beautiful Temple, we were the only ones here. No hassle, no monkeys and beautiful carvings. We'd last visited Bali almost 30 years ago, staying in the South, so this time opted for the North and chose days out to avoid crowds. I highly recommend visiting, though maybe not too loudly as it may not stay as quiet!
Written 15 April 2019
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MarinaFollowsTheSun
Berlin, Germany1,979 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Couples
Lovely little temple. We had it all to ourselves. It's incredibly beautiful and in a very peaceful surrounding. Surprised this isn't more famous.
Written 21 June 2018
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DayTrader888
Brisbane, Australia295 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Couples
A must visit. Probably the best temple in Bali. Easy to find but not many tourist visit. There is a second temple 100 meters behind this one. Also worth visiting.
Written 24 September 2017
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melkeet
Ipoh, Malaysia1,383 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016 • Couples
This temple is located in Sangsit village, about 8 km in the east of Singaraja. We were driven by our driver cum guide from Lovina via Singaraja to this place. Our itinerary for the day included visits to Pura Beji, Pura Maduwe Karang and Pura Ponjok Batu.
He informed us that this temple was built to praise Sri, the goddess of rice. We found It to be a relatively small temple. There were only about 4 other visitors around. We paid the entrance fee of 10,000 rupiahs and wear our personal sarongs. There are two dragons standing as guards at the gate of the temples. The main attraction of this temple is the carvings that decorate almost all parts of the temple right from the main gate, the second gate and to the main court. Almost no part of the temple was spared from carving.
We spend about an hour here. Bring along a bottle of water, sun block and a hat. Camera is a must. This temple is a must visit if you are in the vicinity of Singaraja or Lovina, and especially so if you have an interest in art and architecture.
Written 22 August 2017
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oldtraveller131
The Hague, The Netherlands240 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017
We visited this little temple at the end of the day and were almost the only ones there. It is gorgeous!

It is small compared to some of the other temples on Bali but has beautiful colors and stone carvings. It is very spiritual and tucked away in a quite street. You can walk around freely and around the building. You are not allowed to climb up and have to wear a sarong which are available at the entrance where you pay a small fee. Worth a visit.
Written 9 August 2017
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KTGP
Adelaide, Australia5,873 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2017 • Solo
So easy to lose time in this beautiful 15th century temple which was built over a well, in honour of fertility goddess Dewi Sri. On entering through the first gate, (in itself very impressive), the first thing to catch your eye are the intricate carvings all over the pink sandstone, the overall effect is stunning and in the middle sits a heavily carved door in red and gold. Throughout the whole complex, virtually no surface has been spared by carvers, who have created images depicting Hindu epics and legends, the overall effect is stunning. Added at a much later date is the odd statues of two Dutch soldiers/musicians, flanking one of the Hindu carvings, one playing a guitar and the other a rebab.

Pura Beji may not be as large and grand as some of the temples on the island, however it was easily one of the more interesting and memorable temples seen, over the popular ones. No-one else was here, which added to the enjoyment of seeing such a stunning structure in peace and quiet. The grounds are maintained but at the same time there are many weeds, giving it a wild look, which only enhances the whole complex, there are also lovely old frangipani/kamboja trees with large gnarly trunks and beautiful blossoms. This was one of the favourite temples visited in Bali.

Adding to the charm of this temple, is its location, as it’s tucked away from all touristy things, hopefully this enables it to retain that charm. Sarong and sash required, entrance fee Rp10.000.
Written 11 July 2017
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