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10 Amazing Facts About Kedaton Monkey Forest, Bali

The Kedaton Monkey Forest is a lush nature reserve located in Bali, Indonesia 

The Kedaton Monkey Forest is inhabited by hundreds of playful and curious macaque monkeys 

Visitors can feed and interact with the monkeys under the supervision of trained guides 

The forest is characterized by its towering nutmeg trees  

The monkeys in Kedaton are considered sacred and are believed to protect the temple grounds 

According to Balinese mythology, monkeys are believed to be the descendants of the Hindu monkey god, Hanuman 

The forest exudes a serene and peaceful atmosphere 

Kedaton Monkey Forest is also home to various other species of flora and fauna 

Photography with fruit eating bats is popular among the tourists 

The forest is considered sacred by the local Balinese people