Ngetos Temple is one of the several temples in Nganjuk. This temple was the prayer place for Majapahit’s King, Hayam Wuruk.
Based on the relief that is carved in this temple, Ngetos temple was built in the 15th century.
On this temple, there are statues of Shiva and Vishnu that make this temple used to be a place of worship in the Majapahit era.
Ngetos temple was made of red brick. That is the main reason why this temple is easily damaged by natural phenomena.
This temple used to have a wood roof, but unfortunately, it was broken.
Around the temple, there used to be small temples with a height of around 8 meters.
Ngetos Temple is located in Ngetos Area, Nganjuk, East Java, around 12 kilometers from the city center.
This temple is located in the middle of the village, so it will be easier for people who want to visit this place.
But, the road is quite narrow and it is kind of hard to park the car at the side of the road.
This temple usually being used by the villagers as the place to hold art and cultural activities.
There is a mosque called masjid Besar Ngetos near the temple.
On this mosque, there is a grave of Syeh Malik Al-Athos and many people do to his grave for pilgrimage.
Unfortunately, the temple is not in its perfect condition because of the natural phenomenon.