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Uluwatu Temple

Travellers come from all over the world to witness the magnificence of numerous holy temples in Indonesia which lies on the coast, off the coast and deep into the hills and woodlands.


Uluwatu Temple

The Uluwatu Temple is a picture-perfect temple in Bali which tourists certainly love to see time and time again when they make their visit to this gorgeous tropical paradise. Visiting the temple also warrants some of the greatest views of the sunset from the bird's view you get at the seaside cliff. The sunset landscape is one that is not to be missed and neither is the traditional Kecak Dances which takes place under the starry nights. Along with the amazing evening entertainment, there are of course the Ramayana ballet performances at the amphitheatre and when at the temple the incredible architecture and the beautiful heritage of the religious site is a vibe you must not miss.


Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot is the magnificent temple most tourists remember from the pictures they have come across in holiday pamphlets and it is located in the village of Beraban which is off the coast of the Bali. The Tanah Lot temple is sitting on the rocky terrain with waves breaking against it from the corners. Tourists roaming Bali should definitely pay a visit to the temple simply because of the timeless beauty, the spiritual and historical significance of the place. Do bring along a camera to take some cool snapshots of the marvellous sunsets and fascinating architecture.


Goa Gajah Cave Temple

Bali's culture and heritage have been contained in this old and mystical location. The Goa Gajah Cave Temple means "Elephant Cave" and was initially a place for meditation in the 11th century. This is a location for the best luxury spa treat in Ubud and Balinese relaxation treatments and places such as the COMO Shambhala Estate, Bali offer such facilities. It is a famous site that hosts cafes, restaurants, shops and many other facilities that promote healthy and organic living not to mention several herbal concoctions and solutions. At the back end of the temple lies a shadowy cave. Travellers often come to the courtyard to glimpse the exquisite historical stone pieces and pool from many years ago.


Ulun Danu Beratan Temple

Drop into the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple for that typical Balinese magic you would expect to find. Located to the west of the Beratan Lake, the water around the temple casts its reflection during the high tide making it seem like the temple is floating on the water. This is very attractive and many love to take pictures here and soak up the pretty views. There are also loads to do, such as go on boat rides, visit the lush gardens and see fascinating shrines.


Besakih Temple

Known as "Mother Temple", the Besakih Temple holds several shrines at its site in the East of Bali. These shrines belong to many different Balinese clans and lie in the large expanse of the temple upon the slopes of Mount Agung which stands at a height of 1000 metres above the sea level. Visitors can take their time exploring the whole area of the temple and the number of shrines found here and they can also buy different textiles from the souvenir shops while they look around.

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