Yeh Pulu is a small archaeological heritage site from the 14th century located in the middle of beautiful rice fields and freshwater springs. This archaeological site is located in the central Bali highland village of Bedulu.
The site is located close to Ubud so you can get there with your own wheels (~10 to 15 minutes) and it’s also possible to walk through the rice fields from Goa Gajah to Yeh Pulu (~45-55 minutes walk).
The temple is quite small but displays an impressive 25m-long array of carvings. The name Yeh Pulu means ‘water of the stone vessel’ in archaic Balinese.
How to get there: the best way is to rent a scooter (~Rp.60,000 $4 day) the traffic between Ubud and Bedulo is quite heavy but is a short distance.
Entrance Fee: Rp15,000/ adult ($1)
Dress Code: Sarong is required to enter the temple, and can be borrowed from the temple’s entrance for free.
photography – all rights reserved – Ana Rocha
10 thoughts on “Yeh Pulu temple _ Bali”
Why are statues wrapped in a sarong?
Wow… such a great place..
Need to add this in my bucket list.
this was the best temple I’ve visited in Bali, so tiny and cute plus the place was empty. what a bless
that was exactly what I liked the most about this temple, that was a small and quiet place, surrounded by rice fields.
Great! Nice place to visit.
I also had a visit to a 14th century architectural UNESCO site of Hampi.
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This is beautiful, Ana! I want to go to Bali! Great post!
Feliz Ano Novo! ??✨?
thanks Chrissy 😉 happy new year ?
De nada! 🙂
Thanks again for the reminder to pack a sarong. I’m not certain how I’ll look in one!
you will blend in nicely with one 😉