Entry Fee : IDR 5,000
South of Gegar beach lies the Pura Gegar, a small temple perched on the cliffside. The climb up is a bit strenuous, and the temple remains closed to visitors unless a puja is being performed. However, the compactness of the temple allows one to appreciate its architecture from outside itself, and its location offers a spellbinding view and great photography opportunities.
From the Nusa Dua beach walk, there's a walkway that leads up to the temple and the not-so-laidback stroll up to the temple compound becomes immediately worth it once you see the sweeping views of Geger Beach from the top.
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