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Spectacular views and rambunctious monkeys greet visitors to this northwest Bali temple, situated on the coast in a religiously significant place where the mountains meet the sea. The temple was founded in the 16th century, but archaeological discoveries indicate the site may date back to prehistoric times. It is located about three hours north of Denpasar in the Buleleng Regency, on the coast in Banyupoh town .9 miles (1.5 km) east of Pemuteran. Pura Pulaki is also one of the few “drive through” temples you’ll come across in Bali.