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Istana Tampak Siring

Jalan Raya Ir. Sukarno, Tampaksiring, Indonesia
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This legendary pond inside the inner courtyard at Tirta Empul temple is said to have magical healing powers. Pura Tirta Empul or The Temple of Holy water is located about 20 km northeast of Ubud. The temples name comes from the the sacred spring that flows at the temple.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I heard a great deal about the holy water temple but had no idea how incredibly spiritual and wonderful this place was. A truly moving experience.

Thank Rory B
Reviewed August 15, 2017

I read a lot about this Temple wanted to give it a try, since I hired a scooter from Bali it was easy getting around places. I visited this temple , I found this temple to be unique in it's own way the bathing area...More

Thank lyntondsouza
Reviewed August 6, 2017 via mobile

Many tourists and locals alike visit here to visit the holy spring. It gets very busy so I would go early. It is a nice place to wander around for an hour. Sarongs are available free of charge for all.

Thank Caz C
Reviewed July 11, 2017

This is an experience that everyone that visits Bali must have. Make sure you carry a sarong with you so you don't have to rent one at the temple

1  Thank Jeanne D
Reviewed June 17, 2017 via mobile

Something a simple as immersing your body in the sacred natural spring water of this temple makes you walk away feeling refreshed, and spiritually cleansed. Definitely worth the visit

1  Thank Sevonne M
Reviewed June 4, 2017

This is part of Tirta empul temple. It is a must-see location of Bali. There are many holy spring water bath in Bali but this one is one of the famous one. It can get very crowded and touristy but still many locals visit this...More

1  Thank Shahul Hameed S
Reviewed June 3, 2017 via mobile

There is a natural spring here which is why it is sacred... An interesting story behind it I recommend going here if you're in the area...

1  Thank james9burton
Reviewed June 3, 2017 via mobile

We visited late morning and the temple was understandably busy. Sarongs to cover yourself up are free to hire just before entering the temple. However, if you're wanting to enter the water you'll have to pay 10,000 IDR for a sarong to get wet. Lockers...More

2  Thank Jman86
Reviewed May 29, 2017

We go to the temple in the afternoon and it was empty. We had entire place to ourselves and it is very peaceful. We wondered around and soaked in the environment and saw the coys peacefully swim around the ponds. No one to bother and...More

Thank A K
Reviewed May 20, 2017 via mobile

One of the large temples in Bali with lots of sculptures and a pond where water drops out of spouts and people dip themselves as part of rituals. Entry charges 30000 Indonesian rupees. There are plenty of small vendors selling arts and crafts items and...More

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Jufri R
December 25, 2016|
Response from Dedy I Santoso I | Reviewed this property |
Hii Jufri. Tirta Empul Temple and Tampak Siring Palace is different, but in the same complex/ area. Tampak Siring Palace will be placed in the left area, and forbidden to enter. Tirta Empul is a public area and you can enter... More
Trevor L
September 5, 2016|
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Response from GrimmoG | Reviewed this property |
No fees