Bali is the island of many temples attracting visitors to explore and live shimmering virtual. Dressed up, make a trip to 7 famous Bali temples right away.
One of the famous Bali temples is Tanah Lot Temple. The temple is located on a rocky cliff close to the beach, famous for its romantic sunset scenery. Tanah Lot is also called Tanah Let, which means “ancient land” or “southern land”. At high tide you will find a temple isolated in the middle of the sea, but when the tide goes down, the path leading to Tanah Lot will gradually appear and you can get closer to admire the temple. In addition, you will see locals coming here to perform traditional Hindu rituals.
Lempuyang Temple or Pura Lempuyang Luhur is one of the Bali temples attracting many visitors to check-in. Lempuyang Temple is also known as the “temple of thousands of steps” because you will have to walk more than 1,700 steps to reach the top of the temple. Located at the top of Lempuyang mountain, prepare plenty of energy to climb the towering steps to reach the gate and watch the beautiful sunset here.
Ulun Danu Temple
Ulun Danu Temple appeared prominently on the surface of Lake Bratan, covered with immense clear water and gardens filled with brilliant flowers. In particular, this is the temple that appeared on the 50,000 rupiah note of Indonesia. Lake Bratan is originally the mouth of an inactive volcano and at an altitude of 1200m above sea level, so the air is cool. Early in the morning you can see foggy fog, check-in on top-notch pictures, there’s nothing better. Alternatively, you can rent a rowing boat on Bratan Lake to admire the entire majestic landscape of this Bali Ulun Danu temple.
Uluwatu Temple is located on a high cliff overlooking the sea in the west of Bali, this is a suitable place for you to watch a romantic sunset. This is also the place where typical Kecak dance performances of Balinese people take place. If you come here, you can explore the forest of monkeys living.
Besakih Temple is the largest and most important Bali temple in Indonesia. This is a combination of 22 different large and small temples, located on the slopes of Mt. Agung, home to Bali’s largest volcano.
Temple of Tirta Empul
Tirta Empul is one of Bali’s most famous temples. The main attraction here is a rectangular swimming pool with 12 fountains. You can come to peacefully pray and wash your soul with the water flowing from the sacred lake in the temple.
Located in the heart of Ubud town, Pura Taman Saraswati was built by a royal family in the 19th century and dedicated to the Hindu goddess of knowledge. The temple with classical historical architecture, the highlight that makes this temple so splendid in the eyes of visitors is the passage across the romantic lotus lake and inside the temple is decorated with carved art.