Jl. Raya Lingsar, Batu Kumbung, Lingsar, Kabupaten Lombok Barat, Nusa Tenggara Bar. 83371, Indonesia
About Pura Lingsar
Pura Lingsar was built by Anak Agung Ngurah in 1714, located 15 km from Mataram. Lingsar origin from sasak language mean clear revelation from God, the area has a spring, which scared by Sasak people, who belief Wetu Telu. Some parts of the Lingsar Park complex have been taken over which used to have an area of 40,000 m², leaving only half of it, in the complex, there are 2 religious buildings of Pura and Kemaliq, of which there are 3 large ponds and a public bath.
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