From crystal clear volcanic lakes to ethereal floating temples, here are 15 pictures that will make you want to travel to Indonesia.
After the initial trepidation, we soon got the hang of things and before long were enjoying ourselves to the gills, negotiating the fast rapids along the Telaga Waja River in Bali ... of Bratan to visit the Ulun Danu temple that appears to rise out.
Explore the island with family and friends ... Enjoy a private full-day sightseeing tour of Bali to visit attractions such as the Royal Family Temple (Taman Ayun), Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, and Tanah Lot ... Full day Sightseeing in Bali, covering all most.
On a winding road high in the mountains of Bali, a three-hour-or-so drive from Nusa Dua ... By the time we reach the supreme water temple of Pura Ulun Danu Batur, perched 900 metres above sea level and dedicated to the gods and goddesses of agriculture.
Bali was a pleasant ... Pura Taman Saraswati – scenic temple with lotus pond. Free entry. Near the main market. 2. Puri Saren Agung (Ubud Palace) – not much to see as most of it is not open to public 3. Pura Ulun Danu temple – a 17th century temple.
Pura Ulun Danu Batur temple in Bali. /The Straits Times Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple in Bali. //The Straits Times Pura Tirta Empul temple in Bali. /The Straits Times Travellers in Bali often seek its iridescent green rice terraces and beaches, but there is.
If you haven’t been to Tanah Lot you’ve probably seen a picture of it. The offshore temple is often featured in sunset images of Bali and it is superb to see, if you can handle visiting it with hordes of other tourists – access to the temple is only.
One of Bali’s most beautiful inland temples sits on the banks of Lake Bratan. Built in 1633, Ulun Danu Temple is made up of several thatch-roofed shrines surrounded by flower-filled gardens. It’s especially beautiful when viewed from a boat on the lake.
It’s almost like automatic for most tourists to get into “Eat, Pray, Love” mode when ... For a quick pit-stop lunch on the way to Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, Labhagga Pacung Restaurant’s buffet spread serves Bali’s staple food—fried noodles.
Pura Tanah Lot, southern Bali. Perched on a rocky island just off the west coast, this sacred temple has classic sunset views. Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, northern Bali. This is one of Bali's most photographed scenes: shrines sit on tiny islands along the edge.