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This is one of the quieter temples, being a bit further off. Yet, the serenity of the temple makes a welcome respite from the busier, more popular ones. Less stunning than the more popular ones, but has its own understated beauty.
This was our second visit to Pura Mengening and it was even more wonderful than the first visit earlier this year. Our joy in visiting is only marred by the fact that we have been so engrossed in our experiences there that we've forgotten to...More
We wanted to visit Tirta Empul but when we saw hundred cars and 5 tourist busses we decided to turn around before even entering. We decided to go to mengening temple and we were the only tourists. It was a lovely spot and some Balinese...More
The Mengening Temple is a small water temple which offers opportunities for purification. There are two pools; one for women and one for men. These are for immersion for purification not swimming. The location is beautiful creating a unique atmosphere. I recommend this temple over...More
This temple was my absolute favorite in Bali.
It is not set up with tourist preparations, so make sure to do your research ahead of time and come prepared with sarong, donation, offerings.
Be aware there are two separate bathing areas, one for men and...More
This secluded temple is just a few minutes away from Tirta Empil with absolutely no crowd whatsoever. The complex is out of. Tomb Raider game with water flowing everywhere and a place to take a bath. Entry is free, but just make a donation when...More
One of the best temples with lovely garden in a small valley.You walk through steps to several small ponds,with waterlilies and fish.Also you can have bath in small ponds. The best thing is, it is not crowded. You can have one hour in this garden...More
Within spitting distance from tourist trap Tirta Empul but the contrast couldn't be greater. When we went we quite literally had the place to ourselves....beautiful views....tranquil cascading water .... on a farly blstering day a refreshing dip in the pools was pure heaven; seperate mens...More
This small unknown temple is situated at a walking distance from the famous Tirta Empul and is definitely worth the visit. There you will escape the crowds of tourists and discover a temple in harmony with nature built over many different levels.
The lower part...More