Rambut Siwi Temple, Place of Interest in Jembrana, Bali
Place of Interest in Bali located in Jembrana regency, West Area of Bali Island. Rambut Siwi is one of the biggest Hindu Temple in Bali. Pura Rambut Siwi approximately 17 km to the east of the Negara City. Rambut Siwi Temple is a temple for the worship of God as a god of agriculture.
It takes about 2 hours from Denpasar Bali to go to the western part of Bali. It is easy to get to this temple from Denpasar and just simply follow the main road towards Gilimanuk. On the way to Gilimanuk, after entering the district of Jembrana, you will find a temple on the left side, where most of the motorists stopped their vehicles at this place. Rambut Siwi is a beautiful Hindu temple, situated on the edge of the cliff, with the vast Indian Ocean stretching in front of him. Rambut Siwi Temple itself is the location of many ceremonies and religious activities in the Balinese Hindu calendar.
Rambut Siwi Temple (Pura Rambut Siwi). This under-visited temple is about equidistant between Negara and Medewi Beach, and it sits on a low cliff-top overlooking a breathtaking panorama of paddy fields on one side and black sand beaches on the other. Two caves overlook the sea, each with a view of the fisherman’s boats and seabirds hovering above. The temple itself was built by Dang Hyang Nirartha, also the founder of Tanah Lot temple. According to legend, he made a gift of his hair to the temple. Hence the name Rambut Siwi, which literally means ”Hair Worship”.
Cost to visit Rambut Siwi Temple reasonably priced and is a very good way to spend your day in Bali, especially at sunset at this place. Rambut Siwi Temple away from the crowds and is compared with alternative visit Tanah Lot temple is the most visited temple in Bali. But you must be willing to travel longer to enjoy the quietness in Rambut Siwi Temple.
Rambut Siwi Temple is opened for tourist destinations in western Bali and the perfect place to visit during your holiday in Bali. This is one of the tourist destinations in Bali, or one of the interesting places in Bali.