Mayura Park

Mayura Park

Mayura Park

Mayura Park was built by Anak Agung Gde Ngurah Karangasem in 1744, located 2 km east Mataram. Mayura Park is a garden built by the king as a complement to the palace of the king. The Mayura Park also has a royal residence in the sense of being occupied by the king while resting in the garden, located in what is now the Padmasana.

Mayura park offers a combined atmosphere of nature, religious and history. The park area is divided into two parts, park and temple.

The park area is neatly arranged. When you’re in it, you will feel a natural peaceful. Around the park there are lines of mangosteen trees and well-treated green grass. The park is also completed with pool which in the middle of it, there is a building which used to be a meeting place or to accept guests. The building is called Rat Kerte of also called often as gili (which mean ‘small island’ in Sasak language).

Temple area is not only visited by Hindu people only. Everyone is allow to enter the temple area and to see this historical building. But in certain holidays, such as Galungan, Kuningan or other holidays, the temple is forbidden for public.

Temple area is not only visited by Hindu people only. Everyone is allowed to enter the temple area and to see this historical building. But in certain holidays, such as Galungan, Kuningan or other holidays, the temple is forbidden for public. Opens at 8 am – 5.30 pm, and off at Hindu holidays.

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