Bali is an island of thousands of temples, representing grandiose buildings and often located in the most incredible places. Local residents and the guide will be happy to tell about their culture and history. To visit the temple, a sarong is mandatory, without which it is forbidden to visit the sacred territory for Indonesians.
Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple
First of all, we will go to a unique construction located at the very edge, above the water abyss - to the temple of Pura Luhur Uluwatu. You will attend a fascinating tour of the temple complex, as well as the opportunity to enjoy the unusual view of the raging sea, get to know the local inhabitants and see the ritual Kecak dance.
Tanah Lot – Temple in the ocean
One of the most famous temples in Bali, whose name is translated as "land in the sea", is located right in the ocean, on a small rock, which, according to legend, is protected by snakes. The temple complex includes several buildings, shops with traditional products. At low tide, the path opens to the place of worship, where the spring shoots, washing in which you can make a wish.
Taman Ayun Royal Palace
The second most important temple in Bali. This is a grandiose building, located at an altitude of 240 meters above sea level and striking with the beauty of its gardens, ponds. Each element of this ensemble has a symbolic meaning, which our Russian-speaking Balinese guide will tell you about. Visiting the temple will greatly enrich your understanding of Indonesia.