Known as Bali's 'Mother Temple', for more than 1,000 years, has sat 1,000m up on Mount Agung’s southwestern slopes in the japanese a part of Bali.
This complicated of Hindu temples is the biggest, holiest and maximum vital on the island and miraculously survived the catastrophic volcanic eruption of 1963.
Travelers can wander the stepped terraces and brick gateways of the 23 ancient temples that make up the complicated and take a seat on several parallel ridges, some 3,280 toes (1,000 meters) up the facet of this energetic volcano.
The temples dedicated to the 3 essential gods of Hinduism, Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma are surrounded by using smaller systems housing temples to lesser gods or shrines to numerous Balinese castes.
Besakih Temple functions 3 temples representing the Hindu trinity. In the centre, Pura Penataran Agung represents Shiva the destroyer with white banners while to the proper red banners constitute Brahma the creator at Pura Kiduling Kreteg. The black banners of Pura Batu Madeg represent Vishnu the preserver.
The address of Besakih Temple (Pura Besakih) is in the village of Besakih, Rendang Sub-district, Karangasem District, Bali, Indonesia.
About sixty eight km or 2 hours force from Ngurah Rai International Aiport, and 50 km or 1, five hour force from Ubud vicinity.
The ticket can be sold at the price ticket counter in the parking which located simply the entrance gate of Pura Besakih.