4 Famous Temple in Bali Which Must Be Visited
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Our 4 Famous Temple in Bali Which Must Be visited take you straight to the ‘can’t miss’ cultural treasures and famous all around the magical island of Bali. There are innumerable temples, historical sites, and spots of natural beauty spread across eight But more specifically we explain about the 4 temples in Bali are famous for some tourists who visit the island of Bali always make the 4 temples is a favorite place to visit both local tourists and foreign tourists. Bali is also known as the island of a thousand temples and the residence of the gods.
1. Tanah Lot Temple
Pura Tanah Lot is a temple built on a rock by the sea. This temple is located in Beraban village, Kediri district of Tabanan district and travels approximately 1 hour from downtown Denpasar. This temple is one of the pura sad kahyangan jagad or temple that is used for praying for the Hindu people and open to all Hindu people in the world. Pura Tanah Lot was built in the 16th century by a Hindu priest who wanders from the island of Java named Dang Hyang Nirartha. Tanah Lot Temple is usually nice to visit in the morning and afternoon, but most tourists visit this temple in the afternoon because while enjoying the beautiful sunset against the backdrop of Tanah Lot temple. Pura Tanah Lot is one of the places to see the best sunset on the island of Bali in addition to Kuta beach, Jimbaran beach and Uluwatu temple.
2. Uluwau Temple
Uluwatu Temple is a temple built on a cliff by the sea. This temple is located in the village of Pecatu, South Kuta district of Badung regency and travels approximately 1 hour from downtown Denpasar. This temple is one of the pura sad kahyangan jagad or temple that is used for praying for the Hindu people and open to all Hindu people in the world. Uluwatu temple is located at an altitude of 97 meters from sea level. In front of the temple there is a small forest called the base of kekeran, serves as a buffer holiness of the temple. This temple was originally used as a place to worship a holy priest from the 11th century named Empu Kuturan. He lowered the teachings of adat villages with all the rules. Uluwatu Temple is also famous for right below it is Pecatu beach which is often used as a place for surfing sport, even international events are often held here. This famous beach waves are very suitable to be a place of surfing in addition to the natural beauty of Bali is very beautiful. In Uluwatu temple there are also monkeys who live in Uluwatu temple grounds. Uluwatu Temple is usually nice to visit in the morning and afternoon, but most tourists visit this temple in the afternoon because while enjoying the beautiful sunset with the backdrop of Uluwatu temple. Uluwatu Temple is one of the points to see the best sunset on the island of Bali in addition to Kuta beach, Jimbaran beach and Tanah Lot temple.
3. Bedugul Temple
Bedugul is one of the Hindu temples in Bali. This temple was built on the banks of Lake Bratan and was founded in 1633 by King Mengwi I Gusti Agung Putu. Pura Bedugul is dedicated to the goddess danu which in hindu teach is known as the goddess of water, lake and river. Ulundanu Bratan or Bedugul temple is located strategically on the road connecting the provincial capital of Bali with the city of Singaraja, the capital of Buleleng district. Pura Bedugul can be reached by traveling 2 hours from the city of Denpasar. There are other interesting places located with Bedugul temple Bedugul Botanical Garden and Treetop Adventure as a vehicle of play is quite famous in Bali.
4. Besakih Temple
Besakih Temple is a temple complex located in the village besakih precisely under the foot of the majestic mountain, Karangasem regency, Bali. This temple is a very important temple for Hindu people in Bali, the most sacred and the greatest. Besakih Temple has been used as a place of prayer in the year 1284 and in the 15th century Besakih temple has become a state temple. In the complex Besakih temple there are 23 other temples are separate but form a unity that is Besakih temple complex.
Last changed: Jul 27 2018 at 11:51 AMBack to Overview
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