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Pasar Agung Temple

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Pasar Agung Temple

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Coroliv7 wrote a review Aug 2019
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This was an incredible spot. Not sure if it was a quiet day because of the low clouds but we arrived late morning and there was only two other tourists up there. We paid for a ticket (50,000RP each) just before we got to the carpark. They were two local mountain guides who now rotate with the other guides at this point, since the Agung treks have been closed since the 2017 eruption. The price included sarongs. When we arrived we were in awe with the peacefulness of the place and eventually the local temple caretaker came down to invite us in. He had limited English but was kind and asked for a donation to enter through the temple doors. 20,000RP was fine. He got some of the ceremony instruments out and allowed us to play which was such a laugh. We spent a couple of hours up there, soaking in the peace and on the way back down the ticket boys gave us some snacks as they said we had been there awhile and the drive back to Jasri was a big drive. One of the boys shared his story of becoming a refugee since the earthquake and how this new set up (paying to visit the temple) is organized by the government to keep the local tourism community going since the mountain treks have been closed.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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CKBliss wrote a review Jun 2019
Rockingham, Australia204 contributions84 helpful votes
Also known as Heavens Gate, this place is very popular. It’s good to see, however, if you have any idea of having a meaningful photo taken at the famous gate, think again. You will be waiting in line, potentially with at least a hundred others, to be allowed a few seconds at the gate and three poses. That being said, it’s very pretty, and you can get other good photos from around the gate. Go round the other side for example. You won’t have the same backdrop, but you will be waiting hours as opposed to minutes. Be prepared for lots of walking, and either take a sarong or hire one. Legs and shoulders must be covered.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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tinytran wrote a review Feb 2019
London, United Kingdom35 contributions8 helpful votes
We had to pay 50,000 per person for a ticket and guide. It was very cloudy and windy, and we had to climb 365 steps, it was a beautiful temple but it was eerily quiet but we decided to visit this temple as opposed to seeing Besakih temple as we heard that tourists get harassed a lot by the locals trying to sell stuff. We thought it was pretty but not worth the journey but perhaps if it was sunny, we would have appreciated the views.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Heike M wrote a review Aug 2018
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We had a wonderful view after climbing 365 steps. But the temple is closed since the eruption of mount agun in September 2017. You can see the flow of a lavar and that there was a big fire. The temple is in good shape. You can walk around and enjoy the view outside in. But: At the parking there was a guide who wanted 100.000 rupiah for entrance and guiding. He spoke very basic English.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Dave12103 wrote a review Jun 2018
Poole, United Kingdom30 contributions7 helpful votes
A very interesting temple to visit. You need to be reasonably fit as there is a lot of walking and some steady uphill inclines. But when you get to the top it is well worth the effort to get there. The plus point is what goes up must come down, a steady walk down gives you the opportunity to take in the scenery. Entry fee is 60,000 IRp.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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