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Bali Temples Tour

Bali Temples Tour is one of the most famous Bali Full Day Tour Packages that we make to explore the famous temples on the island of Bali. The tour will start at 09:00 am from your hotel, then we will take you to visit the Batur Temple, which is an offering to the Fertility Goddess, Dewi Danu. He is a Goddess of lake water. Then the next goal is to visit Pura Besakih, this grand temple complex has been honored as a holy place since ancient times. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant, after lunch is over, we will direct you to visit Tirta Empul Temple where this temple is known for its sacred water from the nearest source, which is used for cleansing rituals.

The next trip is to visit Gunung Kawi Rocky Temple, consisting of 10 stone cut temples or temples: memorials cut from stone faces imitate actual statues. Then our last goal is to visit Goa Gajah Temple, it is an archaeological site that has significant historical value which makes it a special place to visit. The tour will be very convenient by transferring our personal AC car and to maintain your comfort and pleasant trip, our always leading professional tour driver offers the best service with the information you need.

Places of Interest will be visiting during Bali Temples Tour :

Batur Temple

Batur Temple, better known as Ulun Danu Temple, is located at an altitude of 900 m above sea level in Kalanganyar Village, Kintamani District on the east side of the Denpasar-Singaraja highway. at the foot of Mount Batur, complementing the natural beauty of the entire temple. Before its present, Batur Temple is located on the southwest slope of Mount Batur. Because the devastating eruption in 1917 had destroyed everything, including this temple except the highest pelinggih. Finally, thank you to the village head and village leaders, they brought pelinggih which is still intact and rebuilt Pura Batur to a higher place in the current location. This temple ceremony is celebrated every year called Ngusaba Kedasa. Before the fierce eruption of Mount Batur in 1917, Pura Batur was originally located at the foot of the Mountain near the southwestern edge of Lake Batur. The eruption of Mount Batur damaged 65,000 houses, 2,500 temples and more than thousands of lives. But the miracle stopped him at the foot of the temple. Then the villagers insisted on placing it in a higher place and started them to rebuild the temple. They brought the intact pelinggih and rebuilt the Batur Temple.

Besakih Temple

Besakih Temple Bali is the largest Hindu temple in Bali called by the local community of Besakih Temple. It has a beautiful view from the top of the temple area where we can see the vast natural panorama up to the sea so that the temple is visited by tourists from all over the world. Besakih Temple is located in the village of Besakih, Rendang District, Karangasem Regency, the eastern part of the island. Located on the slopes of Mount Agung, the largest mountain in Bali. That's because according to Gunung Agung the belief is the holiest and highest mountain on the island of Bali. Bali's "main temple", Besakih Temple, is located more than 900 meters on the slopes of Mount Agung. It has been considered a holy place since prehistoric times in Bali. The first recorded mention of its existence is from an inscription dating from 1007 AD. Since the Gelgel dynasty in the fifteenth century, this temple has been considered the center, a sacred temple for the entire island. All the loyalty of the Balinese people come together at Besakih. Each district has its own temple inside the complex, as is every caste group. There are a total of 18 separate temples. The three main temples are: Penataran Agung Temple, Dedicated to Sang Hyang Widi Wasa: Pura Kiduling Kreteg, dedicated to Brahma; and Batu Madeg Temple, dedicated to Vishnu.

Tirta Empul Temple

Tirta Empul Temple is one of the beautiful temple complexes with sacred mountain springs located in Manukaya village in central Bali. This site serves as a legendary setting from traditional stories and national cultural heritage sites. This complex, built in 960 AD, was also a silent witness to the royal years of ancient Bali, especially during the Warmadewa Dynasty. Another site near and prominent on the hill is the presidential palace, Tampaksiring Palace, which was built during the years of the country's first president, Soekarno. Tirta Empul Temple which means holy spring is actually the name of the water source located inside the temple. The spring feeds on baths, ponds and fish ponds surrounding the outer boundary, all of which flow to the Tukad Pakerisan River. Various sites throughout the region and many other archeological relics are associated with local myths and legends. As is common with Balinese temples, the Tirta Empul temple complex has three main divisions, namely the front, secondary, and inner pages.

Gunung Kawi Temple

Gunung Kawi Temple is one of the most famous Places of Interest in Bali to reach this archaeological site, we need to walk to the valley in a few steps hundreds. There are several shops along the way that sell some unique handicrafts such as carving coconut shells and carving bones. Bone carving is available throughout Bali but originally from this village. Rice fields under the shadow of coconut trees located on both sides of the Pakerisan river. The view of the rice fields is rather wide and undisturbed, you can see as you get closer to the site. You walk on a ladder between a stone wall that has been cut or chiseled. When you reach the bottom of the stairs, you will be greeted with a gate cut from the same stone as the gate. Sprinkle the water provided in front of the gate to your head before you enter. This is a cleansing for anyone who wants to enter this holy place, after passing through the gate of Gunung Kawi Temple you turn left and you can see the first group of temples. The temple is a man-made carving that looks like a mountain and is made of stone. This side has four temples. When you look across the river, you can see other groups of temples.

Goa Gajah Temple

Goa Gajah Temple is an archaeological site that has significant historical value which makes it a special place to visit. Located on the western edge of the cold village of Bedulu, six kilometers from the center of Ubud, you do not need more than an hour to descend to heritage heritage sites and see carvings of stone walls, meditative cave centers, bathing pools and fountains.Goa Gajah Temple, which originated in the 11th century, was built as a spiritual place for meditation. Ponds, excavated in 1954, featured five of the seven statues allegedly depicting Hindu angels holding vases that acted as tornadoes. Various structures reveal Hindu influences dating from the 10th century, and some relics display elements of Buddhism that were even earlier to the 8th century. The cave is shallow, where there are three stone idols, each of which is wrapped in red, yellow and black cloth. Black soot coats the cave walls as a result of current incense burning.Some curves show where pastors have meditated sitting. The north side of the complex is dominated by temporary Buddhists on the south across the river, which is mostly Shiva. At the southern end are beautiful fields and small streams that lead to the Petanu River - another natural site intertwined in local legends. Goa Gajah Temple is built on a hill and when two small streams meet here form a compound or river crossing, this site is considered sacred and built for hermetic meditation and prayer.