Bedulu, also spelt Bedahulu or Bedaulu, is a historical site in Bali, Indonesia. It is situated about two kilometer to the west of today Gianyar town.
According to Balinese historical tradition, Bedulu was once the royal capital of a great kingdom of Bedahulu. The Dalem Bedaulu ruled the Pejeng dynasty from here, and was the last Balinese king to withstand the onslaught of the powerful Javanese Majapahit, led by Gajah Mada back in 1343. After Majapahit campaign, the seat of Balinese court under Majapahit was shifted to nearby Samprangan.