Lempuyang Temple: A Stunning Journey to the Top of Bali’s Sacred Mountain

One of the spiritual-based cultural tourism destinations is Lempuyang Luhur Temple. This temple is always crowded with tourists both on holidays and on weekdays. This temple is used for worship and can also be visited as a tourist destination. It doesn’t feel right if you don’t go on vacation to this beautiful temple while in […]

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Ulun Danu Temple and Beratan Lake

The island of Bali has many choices of interesting tourist objects to visit. However, there are several tourist attractions on the island of Bali that you must visit, one of which is the Ulun Danu Bratan Temple which is on the shores of Lake Bratan Bedugul, Tabanan-Bali. Ulun means edge in Indonesian while Danu means […]

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Gunung Kawi Bali – Ancient Temple Engraved On Rock Cliff Walls

History of Gunung Kawi Temple in Bali Gunung Kawi is a cultural heritage and tourist attraction in Bali. The building on Gunung Kawi Bali, is a temple building that was built in the 11th century. Its location is near the Pakerisan river, in the Tampak Siring area which is in the northeast of Ubud‘s tourist […]

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Pura Goa Lawah (Bat Cave Temple)

In the Balinese Hindu community, Pura Goa Lawah Klungkung is known as one of the six important temples in Bali. The other five temples include Lempuyang Temple, Uluwatu Temple, Andakasa Temple, Batukaru Temple and Seleyukti Temple. Why is it called Goa Lawah Temple? Furthermore, the name Goa Lawah consists of the words goa and lawah. […]

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Goa Giri Putri Temple at Nusa Penida

The uniqueness of Goa Giri Putri Temple apart from being a pilgrim tour is also a favorite destination in East Nusa Penida. There are 2 places of worship in Goa Giri Putri, namely Hindu temples and behind the cave there is also a Buddhist temple. The uniqueness of Goa Giri Putri The first uniqueness, Pura […]

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Pura Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave Temple)

Name History Of Goa Gajah It is suspected that the word Goa Gajah comes from the word “Lwa Gajah”. In the Negarakertagama ejection composed by Mpu Prapanca in 1365 AD, there is the name “Lwa Gajah”. If interpreted, into Indonesian, then the word “Lwa” means river and Gajah which means a temple where Buddhist monks […]

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The Holly Spring Of Tirta Empul Temple

History of  Tirta Empul Temple Tirta Empul is the name of a temple located in the Tampak Siring district. According to historical records, this building was erected around 962 AD during the reign of the Warmadewa Dynasty. Tirta Empul Temple is also one of the relics from the story of Mayadenawa. It is said that […]

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Ulun Danu Batur Temple

From Penelokan Kintamani Village, the tour in Kintamani can also be continued northwards to a temple, namely Pura Ulun Danu Batur. This temple is one of the important temples in Bali. Ulun Lake Batur Temple was previously destroyed by the eruption of Mount Batur and was rebuilt in 1926. Ulun Danu Batur Temple is the […]

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Taman Ayun Temple

Taman Ayun Temple Mengwi, located on Jalan Ayodya, Mengwi District, Badung Regency, Bali. If you depart from the Seminyak tourist area, the place is from the Petitenget beach location, Seminyak. Then you will cover a distance of about 21 kilometers via the Kerobokan road. For an estimated time of about 50 minutes, if there is [...]
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Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot is one of the important temples for Balinese Hindus and the location of the temple is located on a large rock off the coast. Tanah Lot Temple is a tourism icon on the island of Bali. In addition, it is one of the famous tourist attractions on the island of Bali that must [...]
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