Tanah Lot Temple
Tanah Lot, locadet 20 kikometers away from Denpasar is one of Bali’s most popular temples.It is also famous for its breath taking sunset views. Arrive at about 5 p.m so you have enough time to explore the area before you watch the kaleidoscope of colors as the sun sents into the sea.Make a donation and touch the holy snake! A trip to Tanah Lot can be perfectly combined with a nice diner in Seminyak.
Besakih, known as the Mother Temple is important to all Indonesian Hindus. The temple was founded in the late eighth century.Since that time, it has undergone several major renovations. Balinese Hindus believe that the spirits of their ancestors live there. It is best to visit this historical place early in the day since in the afternoon and evening there is early cloud coverage in the area.
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Uluwatu is one of Bali’s most sacred places of worship. This temple is a claccis example of traditinonal Balinese architecture.You can feed the monkeys, but watch out they can be greedy.Enjoy the inspiring view of the cliffs and if you are lucky, you may spot some dolphins or turtles in the sea below. Sunset is definitely the time to visit Uluwatu, a place that is also known for its Kecak Dancers.
Ulun Danu / Bratan Temple
Located at Bratan Lake, area around this temple is a good place to relax or participate in a variety of water sports available. This temple dates back to the 17 th century and is dedicated to the goddess of the lake, Dewi Danu. Farmers come to Pura Ulun Danu to pray for rain for their crops.