The temple is gorgeous and very traditional, located right on the shore in front of the sea, and will give you unforgettable memories.
Pulaki Temple is built on the side of a cliff facing the sea. Is a sacred temple revered by Hindus in Bali. Pura Pulaki is steep, dry hills of stone, and blue, Open Ocean form a cape, or promontory which is a place of beauty in such an arid area.
The black stone gate of the Pulaki temple was built in 1983 and was inaugurated with a ceremony. For this, they took holy water from several temples from East Java to Lombok. The shrines and ornaments of this holy temple are dominating by black color. Like any other temple in Bali, Pura Pulaki divided into three courtyards, Jaba, outer court, Jaba Tengah, center courtyard and Jeroan, the forecourt.
Although it is so dry here, the temple and its surroundings are home for numerous monkeys who survive on the food given to them by the sympathetic visitors passing on the road. The monkeys around the Pulaki temple are free and taken care of by monks. Tourists can come in the temple and play with them if you offer them peanuts or bananas. They are very friendly but still wild so be careful to respect them.
Entering the temple complex is only accessible with a sarong and sash. You can hire these at the entrance for a little amount.
The surrounding temples near Pulaki temple are: Pemuteran Temple (1 km - west), Kerta Kawat temple (2 km - southeastern) and Pabean Temple (400 meters - north east).
The Pulaki temple is a located 40 minutes from Singaraja City. In the village of Banyupoh in the Gerokgak district, it is 53 km West of Singaraja.