Pura Geger Temple is one of Nusa Dua’s most important cultural landmarks. The temple overlooks the namesake Geger Beach. The waves from the open sea crashing at its rocky limestone base. The outline of the temple’s towering shrines adds an impressive frame to the overall seascape of Geger. You can enjoy a panoramic view on clear mornings over the bay, with Mount Agung on the horizon. Pilgrims frequent the temple on full and new moons on the Balinese calendar. Major celebrations take place every Purnama Kanem or ‘sixth full moon’ at the temple.
Geger Temple is a historical and cultural bastion amidst the modern five-star luxury resorts that dominate the Nusa Dua beach resort area. Namesake of the stretch of white sand that it looms over from above a limestone cliff, the temple offers a great setting for those who love landscape photography, and on clear mornings you can enjoy panoramas north over the bay with Mount Agung on the horizon.
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