Since Bali is a dynamic island with a lot of temples and Hindu beliefs, each temple is a center of the gathering, prayer, and offering to their supreme deities. Seaside temples, cliff-top temples, stone temples, ancient temples- Bali is rich and blessed with heritage with the existence of these temples. One of the prominent temples located far away from the screeching horns of the traffic is Alas Jagasari Temple. The location of the temple is in a village called Penempahan, Manukaya, Gianyar, Bali.
The unique specialties of the temple pull an ample number of locals as well as tourists to it. A holy combination of the Bale Agung and Pura Puseh makes the temple interesting.
History of the Temple: The temple was constructed in the 10th or 11th century as the natives say, during the old Kingdom of Bali, Warmadewa. The existence of the temple was scripted in an inscription in the temple Sakenan Manukaya.
Structure of the temple: Alas Jagasari Temple is nestled amidst the small forest region around which houses a variety of rare plants which are used for religious ceremonies in the temple. The architecture of the temple resembles that of Kediri Kingdom existed in the 11th century.
Location: Banjar Penempahan, Manukaya, Tampaksiring 80552, Indonesia.