Bahal temple I
Desa Bahal, Padang Bolak, Sibatu Loting, Barumun Tengah, Kabupaten Padang Lawas Utara, Sumatera Utara 22741, Indonesia
About Bahal temple I
Candi Bahal, also known as Biaro Bahal or Candi Portibi is Vajrayana Buddhist candi complex in Bahal village, Padang Bolak, Portibi, Padang Lawas Regency, North Sumatra, Indonesia. It is located about three hours journey with car from Padangsidempuan or 400 km from Medan. The complex includes three candis: Candi Bahal I, Candi Bahal II, and Candi Bahal III. The temple site is linked to Pannai Kingdom circa 11th to 13th century CE.
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