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Jl. Pengembak, Tirta Empul, Pantai Merta Sari, Sanur, Denpasar 80228, Indonesia
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All reviews holy water beautiful temple cleansing ritual peaceful place holy spring temple interesting visit natural spring avoid the crowds change of clothes walk around local guide purification spiritual sarong tourists fountain hinduism
Must visit place. very beautiful place. you will get Sarung there to wear for both men and women (look good) to wear before entering into the temple.
one part of temple doesnt allow ladies with loose hair. one have to make bun or tie them...More
We had our tour guide take us here based on the great reviews and his recommendation. A bit of a drive if you’re staying at one of the resorts in the south but well worth the visit. Great history and lots of activity with pilgrims...More
We were in Bali in the off season so the temple wasn't overrun with tourists. Walked around, talked to people, and then decided to do the cleansing ritual. You can absolutely go it the water for free, but we opted to get some information from...More
Visit the Tirta Empul Temple (Spring Temple) also known as the Holy Water Temple were you will see the natural spring coming out of the ground. Take a towel and change of clothes if you want to bathe in the holy water and be prepared...More
An experience that is both colourful and spiritual. The hustle and bustle of the offering worshippers stands in contrast to the serenity of the people who bathe in the sacred spring to get their souls cleansed. A must-see on Bali
The temple itself was very beautiful. We went with a guide and it was very interesting to hear about the history and tradition of this temple, we really enjoyed that. We did not do the cleansing ritual, and frankly other westerners should not either. This...More
This Temple is by far our favourite one. It was truly inspirational to watch people during their purifying bathing ritual. Both men and women have to cover up their legs with a sarong before they enter the temple. If you dont have one it is...More
When there as part of our day tour, Thought that it might be an interesting thing to do to go into the cleansing waters. The temple surroundings were cool and nice. The temple was good. The cleansing ritual was a fun and spiritual thing to...More