Yeh Pulu located in the village of Bedulu, Blahbatuh district and Gianyar Regency. From T junction of Bedulu, we enter a village and we shall see a direcion to Yeh Pulu Relief. Before arriving to this object, we go on foot about 200 meters because the road is rather small among the ricefilds. Yeh Pulu was carved on the wall of hard stone near the river of Petanu. On the south we can find several niches meditating. Between the niches meditating and the relief, there is a Ganesha statue (the son of the God Siwa, destroyer function God). According to its type and is form, it can be said that the relief was made on the 14th and 15th century.
A strenuous walk inland along borders of rice fields in Gianyar Regency leads to the unfrequented ruins of Yeh Pulu. It's best to take a guide there, though you will always be accompanied by dozens of curious children who scamper along with you. Yeh Pulu is a small temple walled by a carved cliff face-an enigmatic frieze 2 meters high and 25 meters long. Of the figures carved in high relief, none appear to be deities except the seated Ganesa, the elephant-headed son of Siwa.