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04-days Bali regular package Indonesia Travel

Not only possessing turquoise sea and dreamy beaches, Bali Island (Indonesia) also attracts tourists by its long history and unique culture. Getting in Bali, tourists will certainly find interesting in attending unique local religious festivals and visiting majestic sacred temples.

It is no surprise that more than 80% of tourists coming to Bali annually are foreigners, and many of them even choose Bali as the only destination in the country's more than 17,000 islands. Bali is known as the island of temples: temples amid mountains, temples amid ocean and temples amid gardens. The most important temple on Bali Island is Besakir temple, which is also called Mother Temple. This temple lies next to Gunung Agung Mount, the highest mountain on Bali Island at the altitude of 3,142 m. Other notable temples on Bali Island are Tanah Lot turn, Taman Ayun, Ulu Watu and Ulun Danu.

Tanah Lot is a rock formation off the Indonesian island of Bali. The Tanah Lot temple has been a part of Balinese mythology for centuries. At the base of the rocky island, poisonous sea snakes are believed to guard the temple from evil spirits and intruders. Tanah Lot was built by the Brahmin priests in the sixteenth century to express human respect for the protection of the sea.

When the tide goes up and obscures walkways to the temple, Tanah Lot looks like a small island located amid immense blue Indian Ocean. Lovely scenery here makes every one feel a little jealous with the Hindus and dream of setting foot on the temple listening to breezing wind and whispering waves.

Contrary to Tanah Lot, Tama Ayun Temple keeps a peaceful quiet space just like its name "Temple of beautiful gardens". Tama Ayun Temple was built in 1634 by King Gusti Agung Anom, Mengwi Dynasty. On front yard of the temple spreads a green lawn under the canopy of perennial trees with fragrant white blossoms.

Despite not being allowed to enter the main courtyard of the temple, pagans can still admire the many fancy architectures inside. More than 90% of Bali population follows Hindu Bali, but the temples here are totally in same design with mainstream Hindu temples in India.

Temples in Bali are quite simple with elegant architecture, exquisitely decorated but not cumbersome. The most prominent are multi-storey bale towers roofed with jet black palm fiber, symbolizing the imposing Meru Mount soaring into the blue sky.

Built at the same time with the Tama Ayun Temple, Ulun Danu Water Temple is a major Shivaite and water temple on Bali, Indonesia. The temple complex is located on the shores of Lake Bratan in the mountains near Bedugul. This lakeside temple is a Hindu/Buddhist temple dedicated to Dewi Danau, the goddess of water. The gardens are beautifully landscaped with an abundance of colorful flowers.


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