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Read the reviews! Don't waste your time. Wish I had. They charge you what they feel like it by the looks of the reviews! I paid 50,000 IDR apparently for maintenance but more for their pockets I guessed as the temple was in a state!...More
24/04/2018 visited Pura Meru, The guy at the entrance asked 100,000 Rp for two of us... and there is nothing inside just three shrines. I was shocked and reconfirm with him Fifteen Thousand Rupiah or Fifty Thousand Rupiah, and he said it's for maintenance and...More
We didn’t read the forums before visiting Pura Meru and instead went by a photograph of the three striking shrines. Big mistake.
We were scammed at the door by an unofficial looking chap with a big notebook. He charged us 20k per person, telling us...More
The people in charge of this place are terrible, they wish to take advantage of the tourists using made up religious things, it’s very low. A guy in front tried to charge 20k, I know it’s not much, but he didn’t even have tickets, so...More
The doorguard initially charged us 100k rupiah in total for 2 people to go in, he said the charge was for maintaining the temple.
After we went in, we found out there is basically nothing there. The temple looked totally deserted and empty, aside from...More
Pura Meru was built in 1720 and dedicated to Hindu Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu & Shiva. It is a very nice place for photography. No restaurant or stall nearby. Also need to pay for parking fee - 3,000 rupiah. Entrance fee - 6,000 rupiah.
I know that this is a small Hindu temple and lots of people have complaint about the condition of the temple. Whilst I agree that there are "touts" outside the temple charging Rp 20L per person for "entrance fee", this temple has lots of historical...More
We were dissapointed by the temple. Run down and empty. Too bad we paid the 20k each entrance but oh well! Theres just not a lot to see here. Go see the temples on Bali, theyre much more well kept and interesting to visit!
Looked like an abandoned temple, they were no people apart from two of us. You have touts outside who would charge you 20k per person for entry without any ticket being issued. Inside the temple as well you have only 3 shrines . You have...More