⠀ Что сразу бросается в глаза на Бали, так это их сумасшедшие, ни на что не похожие, завораживающие храмы. ⠀ Каждый камень дышит историей и каким-то волшебством 🌅 ⠀ Наконец поняла, что имеют в виду люди, когда говорят о местах силы. Верите в такие места? Где находится ваше?
One can say that the most popular water temple in Bali is Tirta Empul. Located in Tampaksiring, this place is an hour away from Ubud. This is the spot where God Indra created the spring that burst out holy water. Ever since, people flocks there to seek spiritual purification. The temple itself is divided into three sections filled with beautiful garden and bathing pools. Talk to the locals and they will happily share the legendary tale of Mayadenawa vs Indra that created this beautiful temple. @kemenpar@indtravel@genwi_malaysia#wonderfulindonesia#bali#balitemple#tirtaempul#5genwimy#genwi_int#genwiinternational
When you’re in Tegalalang, Ubud, make sure to visit the Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple, also known as the Water Temple. Its name is not very popular compared to Tirta Empul, but it has a stunning Balinese architecture that is worth the visit. The temple is surrounded by beautiful lotus pond, crystal clear pools fed by natural springs, bathing sections and vibrant gardens. Come and explore the beautiful temple on your next visit to Ubud. @kemenpar@indtravel@genwi_malaysia#wonderfulindonesia#balitemple#bali#watertemple#5genwimy#ubudbali
Taking a step towards glory 💚 . Tanah Lot is a blessing, each moment spent there is a treat to the soul. We visited at high tide time so we couldn't go all the way but even admiring the floating temple from a distance was bliss. The waves and the lovely breeze carries all your worries away . 🕊️Make it a point to visit early morning if you are a person who hates crowd. Tanah Lot is usually flooded with visitors especially during the sunset for the magnificent shots that one can get around that time.
This is the elephant cave, an artificial cave that serves as a place of worship. The Indonesians call it "Goa Gajah ". First it was the sacred place as a centre of Hindu and Buddhist religious activities during the rule of the dynasty of Warnadewa from X-XIV century BC (400 years). The status of the site is now the Goa Gajah living monument serves as a place of religious activity (Temple) and the public referred to it as the temple Goa.