Bali is famously known around the world as a tropical paradise. However, Bali is equally known for being a deeply spiritual space. Everything, right from its people to its architecture of temples, lush green wastelands breathes of mysticism and of the exotic.
About the Bali temple tour:
Embrace your spiritual side on the Bali temple tour of Ubud’s sacred temples. With a knowledgeable guide, you’ll explore a fascinating collection of temples and learn about the traditions and rites of Hinduism as you undergo a praying session in a sacred space. Experience a Balinese cleansing ritual involving holy water and then reflect on your spiritual day over lunch in a local restaurant.
Besakih Temple, also known as the Mother Temple. This temple is one of the oldest temples in Bali. The temple, around one thousand years old, is situated on the slopes of Mount Agung. It has magnificent architecture and intricate carvings that leave the visitors spellbound.
Tirta Gangga is a royal water palace belonging to the royal family of Karangasem kingdom. The scenery of the area is fantastic with great views and the climate is relatively cool.
Gateway to Heaven at Lempuyang Temple:
Lempuyang Temple is one of Bali's oldest and most highly regarded temples. The entire landscapes look very stunning from this temple gate and that gate also known as The Gates Of Heaven.
Highlights of Temple Tour in Bali:
-Visit Besakih Temple known as the mother temple in Bali.
-Visit Tirta Gangga, the most beautiful former royal water palace in eastern Bali.
-Enjoyed a delicious lunch while overlooking the rice paddies.
-Admire the ancient Gateway to Heaven at Lempuyang Temple ( Lempuyang gate of heaven )and snap some magical photos).
08.00 am: Pickup from the hotel
09.00 am: Besakih Mother Temple
12.00 pm: Tirta Gangga Water Palace
13.00 pm: Enjoyed your scrumptious lunch overlooking view of rice terrace
15.00 pm: Lempuyang Temple
17.00 pm: Coffee plantations and back to the hotel.
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It was a extremely nice visit to holiest temples of Bali- Lempuyang Temple and Besakih Temple and our guide was friendly and professional. Awsome place...must visit!
You will receive your confirmatory email and voucher after you make the booking for the Bali Temple Tour. This voucher, valid only for the specified day and time of the package, can be presented either in a printed form or as an E-copy.
The Besakih Temple complex opens at 8:00 am every day and can be visited till 5:00 pm. In this Bali Temple Tour package, you will trek to Besakih Temple around 1:30 pm after lunch.
Yes, you will be provided with a sarong at the ticketing desk free of cost in case you are not carrying your own.
Please carry a sarong, sunscreen and a hat before going on the Bali Temple tour. Remember to dress in comfortable clothes and walking shoes. Please carry a sarong with you as all the visitors whether male or female are required to wear a sarong inside the temple complex.
You should be dressed modestly so as to not hurt the local sensibilities. Whether you are a male or a female, wearing a sarong that covers your legs is compulsory.
Besakih Temple (Mother Temple) is actually a complex of temples located on the slopes of the sacred Mount Agung. While traversing the narrow paths to reach the Besakih Temple, you will be able to see eighteen more temples, each of them a beautiful symbol of Hindu religion and beliefs.
Another iconic landmark temple situated close to the Besakih Temple is the Lempuyang Temple. This is one of the oldest and the most revered Hindu temple in Bali.
The Bali Temple Tour attracts spiritual and adventurous tourists alike. Visitors love to sit in silence and meditate and absorb the peace and calmness that the serene environs provide.
You have an opportunity to hike and trek to reach both the temple complexes.
Sightseeing is another extremely popular activity here. The Lempuyang Temple offers beautiful views of the Mount Agung’s crater, lush forests, and the Candidasa coastline.
You can try local and authentic Indonesian foods and flavours at the eateries in the complex. Talking to the warm and friendly locals will give you an insight into the local culture of Bali which is as charming as its landscapes.
Yes, the Besakih Temple is reached by hiking and trekking on the slopes of the sacred Mount Agung. This activity of walking on the steep slopes to reach the temple amongst the lushness of the locales is an experience in itself, which is sure to stay with you for a long time to come.
Infants in the age group are exempt from the temple’s entry fee. However, children above the age of three years are eligible to pay the ticket price applicable to adults.
IThis guided tour consist of hiking, trekking, exploring two of the most iconic and oldest temples of Bali, and sightseeing some of the most beautiful vies of the Candidasa coastline, mountains, and the lush greens on the island of Bali.
Bali is known for being a paradise for people who love the sand and warm seawaters. However, the island is deep-rooted in spirituality and mysticism of the east. It is no surprise that temples are considered amongst iconic landmarks of Bali visited by people of all age groups and from all over the world.
People who want to escape the chaos and hustle & bustle of the city life get pulled towards the serenity and calmness of the temples of Bali and take the Bali Temple tour. In addition to the Besakih Temple, the Lempuyang Temple is considered to be one of the oldest and the most revered worship places in Bali.
Mount Agung, which houses both these temples, is considered to be the dwelling of gods by the local Balinese people. People have been visiting this site for centuries to pay their respect and pray to Lord Shiva.
No, menstruating women are not allowed in the temple complexes. This guideline is laid down by the local temple authorities as per the beliefs of the native Balinese people. For this reason, you will not be provided with any refund or rescheduling under the provisions of this package.
Bali is considered to be one of the most spiritual destinations in the world. People visit from all over the world to not only see the gorgeous landscapes but also to soak themselves in the calming peace of this warm and friendly island.
At Bali, you will see architectural wonders and places of worship that have been in existence for more than a thousand years.
The beauty and the splendour of these temples and their ancient carvings cannot be seen anywhere else in the world. Located in the laps of lush and majestic mountains, they offer you a sense of tranquillity and oneness with nature, like no other place in the world. In this temple tour, you will see all the elements of nature- mountains, sea, crisp and clear air all enveloped in the serenity that a place of worship has. Taking the Bali Temple Tour is an experience that you will not forget for a long time.
There are a total 20,000 plus temples located in Bali, from which Besakih Temple is the most popular and oldest temple of Bali. It is also known as the mother temple of Bali.
The best time to plan a trip to enjoy the Temple Tour In Bali is in the month of February, May, June, September, October, November and till the 2nd week of December. In these months a lesser probability of rain is recorded in comparison of the basic rainy season
Besakih temple is one of the oldest temples in Bali. Besakih temple is located on the slopes of mount Agung in Bali Indonesia. It is also known as the Mother temple of Bali.
The Temple Tour in Bali includes various visits to temples which are full of spirituality, faiths and beliefs. So many people strike with one question in mind: why Bali has so many temples. Now the reason for having so many temples in Bali is that people of Bali follow and honour three different religions which are a 3 in one concept and used for three different religious beliefs like some temples are just for Worships , some are for cremations and remaining are used for specific ceremonies throughout the year.
People of Bali are Hindu by religion and they worship the trinity of Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu, which are three aspects of the one (invisible) god, Sanghyang Widi, as well as the dewa (ancestral gods).
You can easily get around for Bali Temple Tour via buses and taxis from the Bali airport or bus stand to the Ubud village from there you need to take a taxi which has the fixed rates and that will directly guide you for the temple tour in Bali.
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