Nice temple but for sure not the most beautiful one. I personally prefer ulun danu bratan, luhur ulu watu and tanah lot.
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Pura Taman Ayun = Temple with a Beautiful Garden. As the name suggests, the grounds are truly magnificently maintained - nothing is untidy or out of place. The temple itself is quite lovely, remaining true to Balinese style architecture. It is just a pity that...More
Did a afternoon private tour and this was stop 1 of the tour. I found it quite interesting and peaceful but not a patch on the temples of Thailand, but TV none the less I enjoyed it.
A sizable temple complex but overall I did not find it too unique compared to other temples on Bali. You cannot go inside but you can walk around the outside and see the inside.
The place looks interesting, but essentially this is all that you do: walk around the place, take some pics and that's it. The architecture looks interesting, so are the black roofs made of dried black leafs and some statues here and there. The temple also...More
This is the Royal temple of the King and is very beautiful. Wes topped here on a day tour and was able to walk around the outer perimeter as the village was preparing for Odalan Kumingan. Also, only descendants of the King who built the...More
extended amazing area to get 100s of photos in , it took 1 hour to see but I think it needs more than 4 hours if we had a guide, the negative thing is that there is no map for the place or even guiding...More
I love Balinese architecture, and so this temple was captivating for me. Although it rained towards the end of my time at the garden, I still enjoyed myself. I would have liked to walk on the paths further away from the temple if it hadn't...More