Bali: Pulau Seribu Pura

“Pulau Seribu Pura”, that is a name that has been attached for a long time when talking about Bali. That statement is true. Look, once you arrive here you will see the temple building standing upright in every corner. This is a list of some ancient temples in Bali.

Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot temple was built in Tanah Lot, Tabanan, a territory called by its temple. Built-in 16th Century, Tanah Lot means land in the sea. Facing the wide-open ocean, this temple is very popular among tourist and Balinese people. Maybe because this ancient temple facing the west ocean of Bali, one point of the compass.

Taman Ayun Temple

Next is the Taman Ayun temple. Taman ayun means Temple in Beautiful Garden. Surrounded by fish ponds, this temple looks like its floating in the water. This temple. It’s called Mother Temple in Mengwi and built-in 1634. One of the ancient temples in the center of Bali.

Goa Lawah Temple

We’re continuing our trip to Goa Lawah Temple or Bats Cave Temple. Home of the thousand of Bats. Built-in the 11th century, it’s believed that “Basuki” a holy dragon wearing a crown is living in this cave. Balinese believe that the tunnel inside the temple lead to mount Agung and it’s ancient temple, The Mother Temple of Besakih.

Batukaru Temple

The next temple is the Batukaru Temple, a temple on the foot of mount Batukaru. Batukaru is the 2nd highest volcano in Bali after mount Agung. This temple considered as one of the biggest temples in Bali. Built-in 11th century, a spiritual set up in the lush rain forest. Because this place is so large, Balinese make this temple one of the main tourist attraction in Bali.

Through our latest video, we reveal some ancient temples that you must visit while on vacation in Bali. Hence, let’s watch the video now!