Pura Kahyangan Jagat

Ubud Region

Located 1.4km north of Blahbatuh's massive Kebo Iwa statue, this roadside temple compound has Bukit Dharma (Dharma Hill) as a backdrop. Climb up the hill to reach a hilltop shrine featuring a stone statue of the six-armed goddess of death and destruction, Durga, killing a demon-possessed water buffalo. Temple minders will usually meet you at the gate to take a donation and provide you with a sash to wear during your visit.

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