The Moon of Pejeng, also known as the Pejeng Moon, in Bali is the largest single-cast bronze kettle drum in the world. and "the largest known relic from Southeast Asia's Bronze Age period." It is "considered highly sacred by local people." It is thought to be a relic of early rice cultivation rituals.
A beautiful temple complex.
According to study, around Pejeng and Bedulu used to be ancient Bali's capital, I think you can learn a lot from this sacred place about Bali's ancient culture
Beautiful and massive temple. Moon of Pejeng is all the way in the back, you can't really see much of it, but it's worth a visit. Admission is based on donation, on average it's 20-30K.
This place is good for tourist who want to know about history of the kingdom and relics
This is one best landmark of pejeng area and you can see beautifull moon inside (sarkofagus). For any guest if you lucky you can see how good balinesse activity in there.