From Rambut Siwi coming one follows the signpost. Briefly before Delodberawah a statue with a crocodile stand in the center of the road. Crocodile is a landmark of Jembrana. In the small fishing village, is located beautiful sea Temple, Pura Gede Perancak or Perancak Temple. Here is before many centuries hired Dang Hyang Nirartha, which crossed Bali. The Temple is at present again reconditioned. An oblong pond frames the rear part of the temple and its road turned side harmoniously. At the present of Nirartha’s arrival became the area around Perancak of Gusti Ngurah Rangsasa controlled. This led a out Curving, viceful live. It forced the pious Man to pray in it;s temple for it. Follows as Nirartha of its demand wanted, the temple itself broken down. Gusti Ngurah Rangsasa seized there upon it frightened the escape. the village inhabitants built the Temple and dedicated it Hyang Nirartha and its teaching hired. Once a year in July here, the traditional Harvest Thanks Celebration, fischer instead of, which is framed by Gamelam (Balinese traditional music) and Balinese Dances.
What you can see around Perancak Temple :
1. Bunut Bolong is Bunut tree that has a hole on the body, and it’s located right on the road. Bunut Bolong also have a strong magical aura that believed by all people who live near the tree area.
2. Medewi Beach is best for early morning surfing but not suitable for sunbathing and surfing. However, the waves of the ocean can get rough in the month of August when even the fishermen from the villages do not risk venturing out at sea.
3. Rambut Siwi Temple, there are a number of temples throughout Bali commemorating miraculous events in the life of the 16th-century Javanese priest, Danghyang Nirartha. This one contains a relic, a lock of the sage’s hair (rambut) that is venerated (siwi).