The island of a thousand temples, that’s how the society calls it. Yeah, when you stepped in Bali almost in every corner you will see the sacred buildings of Hindus. There are so many temples on this island that have existed since the ancient era. Each shrine has its history. As well as this time, the Bali Go Live team will show you several temples that you can go to as historical tourism on the island of the Gods. So let’s check the first one out!
1. Besakih Temple
Also known as the Mother Temple, Besakih Temple is the biggest and considered holiest Temple in Bali. Located on the southern slope of Mount Agung and over 1000 meters above sea level, Besakih Temple surrounded by breathtaking scenery. When you go there, a huge staircase will lead you up to the temple. And Besakih Temple is the only temple that opens to every devotee from any caste group.
2. Lempuyang Temple
Lempuyang Temple or Pura Lempuyang Luhur is one of Bali’s oldest temple that lies at 1,175 meters above sea level and on the peak of Mount Lempuyang in East Bali. There are 7 temples within the grounds and takes around 4 hours to stroll. The Lempuyang Temple also known as Bali gateway to heaven. And the best time to visit is when the sunrise or sunset time.
3. Agung Pulaki Temple
Another fascinating Hindu temple is situated in North Bali. Agung Pulaki Temple is also one of the tourist destinations you have to visit while travelling to Bali especially in the north area. And located in the hill bank, on the other hand, there’s a beautiful beach in front of the temple. What makes it more attractive that there’s also the holy group of monkey that the locals believe the monkey keeps the temple from the bad influence.
4. Rambut Siwi Temple
Rambut Siwi temple blessed by the breathtaking view of the Indian ocean. it’s about 10km from Negara and 2 hours away from Denpasar. The locals believe that the Rambut Siwi Temple is a secret temple, as it held much mysteries that are uncertain to this day. but this temple is so worth to visit because the view in the area is somewhat magical.
Since you watch the video to the end, is there any of these temples that you have visited before?
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