Location: 3 km east from Ubud
Historical dating: around 1400 AD; discovered in 1925
Yeh Pulu: temple with a complex of rock carvings, impressive collection of carved bas relief.
The name of Yeh Pulu is derived from an image of a bowl where the water comes out in the part of the relief. Yeh means water and Pulu means large. earthware bowl used for water. The relief is carved 25 meter by 2 meter a long a steeply sloped riverbank. The daily activity of people during that time is perpetuated through this beautiful relief. Beside the relief it self, thereare several niches that are used by the king of Bedahulu for meditation.