On the grounds of Yeh Pulu Cafe & Guesthouse you will find the Yeh Pulu Relief & Temple: The source sanctuary of Yeh Pulu, with a relief , believed to be one of the oldest on Bali, depicting scenes from everyday life on the island.
Would you like to go exploring on your own? Yehpulu Bike rental has several types of bikes [with helmet] for rent, per day or for the duration of your stay.
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In the beginning of 2022 the community of Bedulu made an easy accesible path through the ricefields at Yeh Pulu. The walk will take about half an hour and leads you through the ricefields and along the river in the jungle, ending up at the back of the Yeh Pulu relief.
Enjoy a cooking class and learn all the special skills to prepare a Balinese meal under the guidance of Kadek Harmini.
Ketut Sunarta and his daughter Khana are both certified tourguides. You can discuss with them your interests and they will make a package for you, half day or full day tour.
- have you always wondered what live in a Balinese compound looks like? A 1 hour walk through the village of Bedulu visiting 3 or 4 different compounds of family and friends will give you an idea.
- A visit to Goa Gajah [Elephant cave] combined with a walk through the jungle along the Petanu river [there are swimming spots] to see ancient old caves and enjoy the lush greenery.
Bedulu was once capital of the old Balinese kingdom Pejeng; a long tongue of land between the Petanu and Pakrisan rivers. Today this area is home to some of the most famous and appreciated
monuments and relics on Bali, like Yeh Pulu and Goa Gajah. Pejeng was the last kingdom that surrendered to the Majapahit empire from Java, which invaded Bali in 1343.
In short the name Bedulu comes from the words BEDA HULU. Beda means DIFFERENT. Hulu means HEAD.