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 lake. So Ulun Danu temple means a temple on the edge of the lake. Precisely on the shores of Lake Bratan Bedugul, which is in a highland area about 1,200 meters above sea level. Because it is located in a highland area, the air around the temple area is very cool.

Of the 10 famous temple attractions on the island of Bali, the one most visited by Indonesian tourists is the Ulun Danu Bratan Bedugul Bali Temple. For those of you who have never had a vacation to Bedugul Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, you will definitely want to know about the attractiveness of Ulun Danu Bratan Temple as a tourist destination in Bali.

Then what are the interesting things that can be seen and done while visiting Ulun Danu Beratan Temple? The Ulun Danu Bedugul temple tourist attraction is perfect for you to visit if you like the uniqueness of Balinese architecture, garden layouts with many types of flowers, and an unspoiled natural environment.

By the time you arrive at the entrance gate to the Ulun Danu Bratan Bedugul tourist spot, you can already see the Bentar temple, the unique temple architecture, beautiful atmosphere, cool air and clean environment.

In addition, when the water of Lake Bratan rises, Ulun Danu Bedugul Temple looks as if it is floating above the surface of the lake water. Lake Beratan water is very clear and calm.

During the day, a thin mist begins to appear to cover the surface of Lake Beratan and the hilly area. So the main attraction is the two temples which are located on the shores of the lake and appear to be floating on the surface of Lake Beratan.


History of Ulun Danu Beratan Temple

According to the information printed on the back of the entrance ticket, the history of Ulun Danu Beratan Temple was built in 1634 by I Gusti Agung Putu (King of the Kingdom of Mengwi).

The construction of the temple functions or is aimed at worshiping God Almighty, in its manifestation as the Tri Murti (Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva). To invoke the fertility of agricultural land, community prosperity, human welfare and natural preservation to avoid disasters.

Apart from the unique location, the architectural form of the temple is also very unique with the characteristics of Balinese architecture. The place of worship is built from wood which looks like a pagoda, with a total of 11 levels on the roof area of ​​the building.

The beauty of the temple architecture is also added to the beauty of the hilly background, as well as the natural lake that surrounds the temple area.




Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is near with our Bali Jatiluwih Tour location.