Bali Alas Kedaton Temple
Bali Alas Kedaton Temple is a small temple in the middle of the forest inhabited by a group of monkeys who are considered sacred by local Hindus. Alas Kedaton Monkey forest is located on Jl. Raya Alas Kedaton, Kukuh village.
Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest is one of the popular tourist attractions in Bali besides the Ubud Monkey forest. It is a nature reserve forest with a forest area of 7 hectares, there is a Hindu temple which is purified by local residents and is inhabited by a group of monkeys and other animals. The Monkeys in this place are very tame, different from the monkeys at the Uluwatu temple. The monkeys here are free to ram the temple grounds, in the forest, playing around you so they have their own charm.
Opening Hours & Entrance fee
This tourist attraction is open every day from 09 am to 5 pm. Entrance ticket fee if you visit this place at IDR 40.000 per person, IDR 5.000 for car and IDR 2.000 for motorcycle parking. Large parking area so you are very comfortable to bring your vehicle to this tourist attraction.
Best time to Visit
This tourist spot s one of the tourist attractions on the Bedugul and Tanah Lot tour package list. This tourist spot will usually be visited after visiting the Jatiluwih Rice terrace tourist attraction or before visiting the Tanah Lot temple tourist attraction. The average visitor will arrive at Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest at 02:00 – 04:00 pm. So our advice is if you want to visit in a quite atmosphere as possible before 2 pm.
What tourist attractions can be discovered when visiting this area?
If you want to discover North Bali in one day, below are popular tourist spots that you can make reference to when visiting Alas Kedaton.
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