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Worth the visit!

We visited 3 temples whilst in Bali but this one was definitely the highlight. The white clothed... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Tina B
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Mission Beach, Australia
A real highlight

Pura Dalem Segara Madhu in Jagaraga was for sure one of the highlights of my journey. The stone... read more

Reviewed 2 December 2017
Stephan1000
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Switzerland
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This is the shrine to worship the god of death Ciwa or Durga so that when someone dies, his/her soul will depart for the heaven, not meandering on the earth.
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Jl. Singaraja, Sambangan | Jagaraga, Sawan, Buleleng Regency, Bali, Indonesië, Singaraja, Indonesia
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Reviewed 5 February 2014

Pura Dalem at Jagaraga is one of the Buleleng temples, located in the North-East of Bali. It is estimated that the temple was first established in the year 1181. A guide at the Temple explains the history of the temple Pura Dalem and the tells...More

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We visited 3 temples whilst in Bali but this one was definitely the highlight. The white clothed guru who met us and gave us the "tour" and guided us around the temple was informative and easy to understand. Not only did he explain about the...More

Thank Tina B
Reviewed 2 December 2017

Pura Dalem Segara Madhu in Jagaraga was for sure one of the highlights of my journey. The stone carvings, showing the difficult relationship between Balines and Dutch during the colonial era (and the war), are exceptional. I spent more than an hour talking to Ketut,...More

1  Thank Stephan1000
Reviewed 22 August 2017

This temple is located at a village about 11 km east of Singaraja town. My guide tells me that this village was famous for its struggle of independence against the Dutch colonialism . It took us about 25 mints to reach the place. Just like...More

Thank melkeet
Reviewed 18 January 2017

When we arrived Desa Jagaraga in Singaraja, no visitor was in sight. A guide as well as a caretaker, all dressed in white, approached us and tried his best to explain the carvings one by one with details. Without his guidance, I thought I was...More

Thank w1628mm
Reviewed 27 September 2016 via mobile

I had so wanted to see the Temple, about 15 mins out of Singaraja, so I booked a driver. On arrival the guide Ketut just appeared. Although it was nice to have the history he can be a little passionate and he doesn't leave your...More

Thank J F
Reviewed 19 August 2016

A MUST visit when you go to Bali. The temple is wonderful, but its caretaker and guide, Ketut Suradnya, is definitely the star of the show. His ever-smiling face and detailed knowledge of his temple is a delightful memory you will carry with you always.

Thank DaughteroftheWind
Reviewed 23 February 2016

But still Is worth to visit Because there are no tourists around so you can take your time and make beautiful detailed photos.

Thank Vlado Z
Reviewed 25 January 2016

This is a lovely temple with a really interesting history, featuring a dedication to a Dutch local who donated money to the temple. I enjoyed the peaceful surrounds, but my driver had told me that it's unneccessary to tip the guides as the entrance fee...More

Thank Corinne3065
Reviewed 10 July 2015

the temple is one of the largest temple in Singaraja. authenticity is still maintained and every detail relics carved on temple walls still visible despite already covered with moss due to old age. Hindus worship activities are still carried out in the temple area. very...More

Thank Made-Edy-H
Reviewed 24 October 2014

This was one of our favorite temples in Bali. Not only is it off the beaten path, its historical value, detailed symbolic carvings, and the amazing Priest/Tour Guide make this place a serious win! We spent about 45 mins walking the grounds while we were...More

2  Thank Todd F
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