Candi Pahat/Candi Tebing Jukut Paku is an ancient Hindu-Balinese rock-cut temple facade on the western edge of Wos River. Based on the temple's facade style, it was made in the 11th century. Jukut Paku is located in Singakerta near Ubud and it's the one of the rock-cut temples in Bali. There are also two man-made alcoves flanked the rock-cut temple. The alcoves were functioned by ancient Hindu-Balinese yogi and yogini, a practitioner of yoga, to attained moksha or liberation.