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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Sangeh "The Mongkey Forest"


Sangeh was located 20 km on the north of Denpasar, across the road headed Pelaga. The attraction from this tourist object was the temple that was located in the middle of the nutmeg tree named the Bukit Sari Temple. The forest of the nutmeg tree was the holy area of the temple that diagrammatic by the Adat Sangeh Village community. In the middle of the green luxuriant forest was gotten by approximately 500 domesticated monkeys that often enchanted the tourists. the age of 17 when the Mengwi kingdom was prosperous, I Gusti Agung Ketut Karangasem the son from I Gusti Agung Made Agung (King Mengwi), established the temple in the middle of the further nutmeg tree was given by the name of the Bukit Sari Temple. The forest of the nutmeg tree that was the holy area of the Temple that shrined by the Adat Sangeh Village community and surrounding area, so as to function sacred besides developing by the object of the visit of foreign tourists. In the middle of the green luxuriant forest was gotten by approximately 500 domesticated monkeys that often enchanted tourists from the other country.

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