This temple is about 4km (2 1/2 miles) east of the center of Ubud and is best known for the hourglass-shaped drum more than 2m (6 1/2 ft.) long, the largest single piece cast drum in the world. It is difficult to see as it is in the inner courtyard high up in a pavilion. The drum's geometric patterns are said to resemble patterns from both Irian Jaya and Vietnam. Estimates of its age vary from 1,000 to 2,000 years old; the legend of its origin says that the drum came to earth as a fallen moon, landed in a tree, and shone so brightly that it stopped a band of naughty thieves from going about their mission. Because the moon was bright both day and night, one of the thieves tried to urinate on it to stop its shining. The thief died and the moon dropped to the ground. What is actual fact is that this amazing ancient relic represents the bronze age of Southeast Asia.