Bali tourist Attraction. The body duration of the adult, which varies among subspecies, is 38-55 cm with comparatively short arms and thighs. Men are considerably larger than women, weighing 5-9 kilograms in comparison to the 3-6 kg of guys. The tail is longer than the body, usually 40-65 cm, which is utilized For balance, when they jump distances up to 5 meters. The top portions of the body are dark brown with light gold brown tips. The underparts are light grey with a dark gray/brown tail. Crab eating macaques have backward directed crown hairs that occasionally form brief crests on the middle line.
Their skin is black on their toes and ears, while the skin on the muzzle is light grayish pink color. The eyelids frequently have prominent white marks and sometimes white spots on the ears. Men have a feature moustache and cheek whiskers, while guys only have cheek whiskers. Crab eating macaques have a cheek pocket that they use to store food during feeding. Ladies show no perineal swelling. Alas Kedaton Temple. Alas Kedaton temple is a megalithic relic of the Hindu temple of early times, which is based in the center of the Kedaton forest. The temple was built by Mpu Kuturan throughout the reign of King Sri Masula Masuli at Bali around 1178 AD – 1255 AD.
Alas Kedaton holy monkey forest is one the most famous Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest in Bali, and become a favored tourist destination. This place will be visited by most tourists, particularly on public holidays. Visitors will typically be assisted by a local guide who knows the area around the forest to take a look around surrounding the temple and forest areas. The monkeys at the Kedaton Forest is very friendly, but visitors will be always be advisable to take care their belongings rather than stay too close with the monkeys because sometimes they are also able to attack when they are feeling disturbed. Not far from this location also provides shops selling souvenirs, a playground for kids, along with other facilities.