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Lempuyang Temple Hike: 4 Things That You Need to know

For those of you who plan to visit Lempuyang Temple and want to have a good hike experience. Let’s find out the preparation that you must have before it.

Lempuyang Temple is located on Bisbis Hill, Abang, Karangasem Regency. You must walk through small remote village and climb up to 1.700 stairs for getting the peak.

The hike is pretty tiring. It’s a reason why you should have a good preparation before starting it.

Lempuyang Temple Hike

The following are 4 things that you need to know when hiking Lempuyang Temple.

  1. Make Sure You Are Fit Physically

    Trekking to Main Area of Lempuyang Temple

Make sure you are fit physically before hiking to Lempuyang Temple. The long hike will drain much energy particularly when climbing up stairs. Avoid to sleep late and drink an alcoholic beverage.

  1. Dressing Modestly And Cover Up to Your Shoulder

    Pura Penataran Lempuyang Luhur Temple

Lempuyang Temple is considered holy as other temples by Hindus People. Every visitor dress modestly by covering up your shoulder.

In addition, you also must wear a traditional fabric (Kamen) and a shawl as a dress code when entering the temple.

  1. Obey All Rules and Prohibitions

    Gate of Heaven in Bali

When entering Lempuyang Temple, you must obey all rules and prohibitions. Some of them are not saying rude and not disturbing temple rituals.

For more detail, you can find outs them in detail by clicking Lempuyang Temple Rules.

  1. Avoid to Bring A Lot of Stuff

    Lempuyang Temple Stairs

The hike is quite long so you shouldn’t bring a lot of stuff. Just bring your required items in your backpack namely: camera and mineral water.

Besides that, you probably see monkeys inhabited at small forest. Some of them can be naughty to visitors sometimes. So, avoid to wear sparkling jewelries because it may attract attention monkeys to annoy you.

For best time to hike, you can start at early morning for getting more amazing experience and cooler atmosphere.