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Reviewed 26 August 2016

Yes its a bit of a tiring walk but well worth the effort. Simply loved the experience. A must visit in Bali..

Date of experience: August 2016
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Reviewed 18 August 2016 via mobile

This temple was beautiful and peaceful. You have to wear a sarong that is supplied to enter. Men, woman and children. Ypu can veiw where people used to bathe but are not able to now as it is in veiw of everyone. They have a separate part you can bathe that has walls out of site of anyone seeing. The pools for woman, men and children are separated. They had a beautiful pond full of Koi fish and you could by feed to feed the fish. Worth doing for some good photo ops. We had an Indonesian driver take us in and he gave us a run down of the culture and beliefs which was so special.
A beautiful part of the world

Date of experience: August 2016
Thank Debant10
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Reviewed 17 August 2016

It has a calming effect on the visitors, less visited compared to other touristy temples. Take your time to stroll around this holy water temple and by captivated by its beauty.

Date of experience: May 2016
Thank tazo1201
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Reviewed 17 August 2016

This is not as popular as Tirta Empul and that's good because it's a hidden gem of a place. There's less crowds and you can have the holy pools all to yourself.

Date of experience: August 2016
Thank Thexder
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Reviewed 2 August 2016

Make a donation at the entrance, don a sarong and step into this gorgeous, open air temple. This was our first temple visit in Bali, which added to the "wow" factor - but still definitely worth a visit. Stone monuments perfectly complement lush, green rainforests, and the day we visited, local men and boys were in a temple room playing badminton, the room sheltered only by flimsy cloths. Local women apparently bathe in one of the lakes here. Menstruating women are not allowed in any Balinese temples due to the principle of "cuntaka" - unclean or spiritually impure. (The same also applies to open wounds or mentally unstable people of both genders).

Date of experience: May 2016
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