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Wenara Wana or commonly known as the Monkey Forest, is a tourist attraction that is located approximately 1 km from the center of Ubud Village government
Tourism Wenara Wana in Ubud Wenara Wana or commonly known as the Monkey Forest, is a tourist attraction that is located approximately 1 km from the center of Ubud Village government, which includes the traditional village of Padang Tegal. If the distance from Denpasar at least 24 km to reach the location. With the road conditions are good enough so that it can be reached by various types of vehicles in about 50 minutes. Wenara Wana Ubud is populated by hundreds of monkeys, with a kind of long- tailed monkeys (macaques / Macaca fascicularis). Of this amount is divided into several types, namely about 23 adult male monkeys, 79 monkeys and 98 adult female monkeys who still fairly small. All monkeys are found in Wana Wenara consists of 3 groups, each group occupied certain places in the vicinity. If 2 of 3 of the group met was at the same time, there will be a fight over territory fights. Apes is believed by locals as "the approaches of the Gods" in the Pura Agung Dalem, so it is protected existence. In the vicinity of Wana Wenara there are three pieces of the Holy Temple. Third Holy Temple that surrounds Wenara Wana was estimated be built around the middle of the 14th century, at the beginning of Dynasty Gelgel. Pura Agung Dalem which is adjacent to the northwest of the forest, is the most important temples that exist in this forest, besides two others, namely: Temple of the Holy Bath in the west sea of forest and Prajapati Temple which is located adjacent to the southeast, which is where the Gods palace Ciwa, is one of the Pura Desa Adat heaven Three Padang Tegal. In the vicinity of Wana Wenara tourist attraction there are various facilities namely the stalls selling various kinds of souvenirs, hotel, restaurant, and not far from that location there is a tourist attraction Ubud Palace, the Museum Puri Paintings, Arma Museum, Neka Museum and others.
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