The island's rich cultural heritage is visible everywhere – there are over 20,000 temples and palaces, many colorful festivals, ceremonies, and cremations. To the East of Lovina is the Beji Temple of Sangsit, dedicated to the goddess of rice. The Jagaraja temple, just a few kilometers to the South of our Villa, commemorates battles with Dutch colonialists. To the West of Lovina lies the Pulaki temple, inhabited by monkeys that are believed to be the descendants of the God Dewa. The Ulundanu temple is located near Bedugul. Your Driver will assist you in determining which of the many temples you may wish to visit.