Batukaru Temple also alluded by local people as Pura Luhur Batukaru, is one of Bali's key temples, situated at the foot of namesake Mount Batukaru. At a height of 2,270m above ocean level on the second most astounding crest in Bali after Mount Agung, the temple is encompassed by cool normal backwoods, giving a wonderful touring stopover to nature lovers. Also, the island's most noteworthy region of rice paddies, Jatiluwih, is inside a two-kilometer drive from the sanctuary, making well-known stopovers on outings to Bali's focal good countries.
The primary structure of Batukaru Temple includes a huge number of places of worship with layered rooftops, and the complex is loaded with old structures vigorously canvassed in green greenery. The walled mixes contain a few holy places and in addition high "meru" towers, and "bunch" structures with unmistakably ancient Balinese features, for example, the dim grass rooftops and multifaceted divider carvings.
There are diverse patios inside the complex, meagerly situated and on various rises, associated with a progression of blossoming greenery enclosures and statue-lined strides.
Highlights: Inside the fundamental temple yard there is a freshwater spring that fills in as the heavenly water hotspot for petitions and services. Another different spring serves to purify and cleaning ceremonies.
Location: Pura Luhur Batukaru is located at Jalan Raya Batukaru, Wongaya Gede, Penebel, Wongaya Gede, Penebel, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82152, Indonesia