A Hindu temple stands majestically on a huge rock overlooking the ocean. This scene is not in Bali, but spectacular beach south Kabupaten Balekambang in Malang, East Java.
Balekambang beach in the village of Srigoco, Bantur District, approximately 70 kilometers south of the city of Malang. Balekambang coast is marked by three rocky island named after the character puppets, namely Anoman Island, Island Wisanggeni and Ismoyo Island. Wisanggeni Island is connected to the beach and island Ismoyo by a 100 meter concrete bridge.
In this Ismoyo island stands a temple called Pura Amrita Teak or also known as the Pura Ismoyo. This temple has different characteristics than pretending Hindu in Bali. Its beauty is more visible at sunset.
Amrita Pura Pura Jati or Ismoyo was built in 1985 on the initiative of Malang Regent Eddie Slamet. Designed to follow the famous Tanah Lot temple in Bali, the temple is also a sacred place for Hindus and is often used as a venue for religious activities. When the big day Hindus, this temple will be very crowded, as quoted from Indonesiatravel, Saturday (03/02/2013).
The location of this beach is said to be isolated. However, Balekambang Beach has all the necessary amenities travelers, ranging from food stalls, restaurants, lifeguard, gift shop, public restrooms, to the modest inn. This beach is well worth a visit. Landscape of white sandy beach two kilometers combined with the rolling waves.