You will be picked up by your guide at the Alila Mangiss lobby who will drive you to the destination.
More than halfway up Mount Agung on an off-road track, Pasar Agung is a sight for sore eyes in a majestic setting. Nestled in the tropical forests of Mount Agung, Pasar Agung stood tall in the last volcanic eruption of 1963 and was restored to its full glory in 1993. It is known to be a grand rival to the Mayan Temples in Central America and overlooks the entire island.
Pasar Agung is dedicated to the most ancient deities of Bali – the ancestors of Gods of Besaikh – and is surrounded by towering trees of pine and ferns. A respected pilgrimage site in Bali, the views from the temple are spectacular, with the Lombok and Java volcanoes in the distance. After exploring the temple, head to the Sidemen Area for an organic lunch before heading back to the Alila Mangiss.