It is a beautiful temple, the routes to the temple from city center are busy and full of traffic, because of that it takes long time to arrive a ‘not really far place’! Overall still worth for a visit.
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Really nice place to visit for a couple of hours. The carpark was close to the grounds and temple and on the roadside and along the lane by the carpark are several places to eat snacks or to buy souvenirs. I was lucky enough to...More
This is the famous iconic temple among domestic and foreigners. The visit here make sense to be combined with twin lakes as they are kind of on the way. It is very crowded. They do have boat if you want to take a ride across...More
It's a Hindu temple (Ulundanu Temple), standing on a lake (Lake Bratan). This temple is displayed on the 50,000-rupiah bill, the plausible reason for the massive popularity of this place. In all weathers, this exotic place is very good for taking pictures. Standing beside the...More
I’ve heard a lot of people say they were relatively unimpressed by this place. Not us, perhaps it had to do with the weather (we went on an overcast day) but we loved Ulun Danu and spent a long time there. It’s one of those...More
This is without a doubt a very beautiful temple although it has lost most of its authentic congeniality. If you want to see a temple near a lake that still has its spiritual dignity you should go to lake Tamblingan.
Temple stands on a lake edge. The grounds are covered with beautiful gardens bursting with flowers. Well maintained and peaceful. Worth a visit.
Temples on Bali are rather unique: not massive monumental halls, but rather like feather shaped light pyramids or even pagodas, so often set in a beautiful landscapes and in this case a wonderful waterscape! For me this is Bali's number one temple. The grounds are...More
Going early is advised to avoid crowded tourism. The weather is very moist and in our period it was a bit chilly so be prepared. The Naga dragons are really pretty but were in decay. The temple itself is not very impressive but, regarding it's...More