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Reviewed 12 July 2019

Surrounded by moats on three sides and a green wood on the back, Taman Ayum is really a nice place to visit even on hot days. A well maintained place, it is good for a relaxing visit .

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank WengHsiuSe
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Reviewed 6 July 2019 via mobile

Somehow even though tons of tourists visit this temple and it has the UNESCO stamp of approval, this temple manages to keep tranquil.

We went with a guide and there’s so many interesting parts of this temple (example: the bubbling lake that looks like it’s raining even thought it isn’t) You probably know it because this is where you can participate in water blessings but if that’s not your thing (wasn’t mine!) please pop along - it’s got so much more!

I personally think this is a must visit.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed 5 July 2019 via mobile

This well-maintained temple is worth the visit and some time to wander the grounds. It is a serene area with beautiful structures and landscaping. It is a place for quietness, not a noisy attraction. If you come here, do visit Ogoh Ogoh Bali as well.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed 4 July 2019

The temple does not have as a dramatic background as Uluwatu Temple or Tanah Lot Temple, but it seems larger and has beautiful landscaping. Even though we could not go in the temple, we actually enjoyed the place better than some other temples such Tanah Lot because it is quite peaceful and not overrun by tourists. The temple is also listed as part of the UNESCO heritage in Bali.

Date of experience: June 2019
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Reviewed 4 July 2019

This temple seemed to be the most functional one among the others we visited. Around it was calm, and quiet, the number of tourists was the most limited here. The man skirt is needed at the entrance. You just borrow it, you have to give it back. The cock-fighting arena is a surprising place. The guide said that it is done till today, though not till dead. But specially breaded Taiwanese (?) bigger than usual cocks are brought nowadays for these special purpose. Ggambling is also done on the winner. I do not know how it happesn, we just saw statues, maybe they are transferred for the event.

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank Géza S
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