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Taman Ayun Temple is a Royal Temple of Mengwi Empire and it is located in Mengwi Village, Mengwi sub district, Badung regency and about 18 Km north side of Denpasar town. It is strategically located beside of major roadway between Denpasar to...more
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Small. Quiet. Less visited. Green and beautifully created surrounded by water.
Unique are the many towers which you dont see in other temples. Ground is small and delicate. Its like walking into a cambridge or oxford colllege.
To me, this was the best temple in Bali, that truly reflected the Balinese culture and temple architecture. The focus here was more on the temple rather than scenery and there were no selfie-crazy crowds.
A very serene and calm place, one can take a...More
Nothing so special here, the building design are similar with ulun danu temple and pura besakih.
If ulun danu and pura besakih already in ur visit plan, you may skip this location.
Dun need to waste money on entrance fees and time.
This temple is a UNESCO site and it's very big. Our driver suggested we visit after we'd been to Tanah Lot and we're glad because we wouldn't have known about it otherwise. There's a big sign near the entrance that requests that women don't come...More
A Royal Temple on quite a big ground. Other than the beautiful buildings and gates, there is nothing much to do and see around here. I did not spend more than 30 minutes here. The entrance fee is Rp 20,000.
A relaxing walk and immersion into Balinese culture. This temple, one of many UNESCO sites in Indonesia, is so full of history, it's huge, very clean and magnificently photogenic. The grounds are also very beautiful
Response from retireeVancouver | Reviewed this property |
We visited this temple complex - the Royal Temple- in February 2018. Visitors walk thru 2 inner courts on a wide paved path in the midst of a lawn area. This path leads to the temple walls that surround the buildings inside... More
We visited this temple complex - the Royal Temple- in February 2018. Visitors walk thru 2 inner courts on a wide paved path in the midst of a lawn area. This path leads to the temple walls that surround the buildings inside the temple. Again there is a paved walkway all around these walls. The area probably covers 2 blocks by 1 block. The wall is low - perhaps 4 feet - so visitors can look over it. Good pictures of all the structures inside the walls can be taken from this walkway. There was no activity within the walls when we visited. So the temple itself is not accessible to tourists for walking through - just for looking at from a distance, but the 2 inner courts and a model rooster fighting arena are open for walking through. If you would like more details about this temple, you might find my review of it helpful.
Four days in Bali (Temples and Islands) (4 Replies)
Hi! I will be four days in Bali, arriving on May 23 at 23:40 from Singapur and leaving on May 27 at 23:50 to Phuket (We are planning to stay on Phi Phi Islands). I reserved a Hotel, near the Airport in Bali although I might be staying there just for the first night. I initially planned 3 days but I wanted to maximize my experience in Bali by visiting its temples and islands, It would be great if you guys help me organize my visit. In the main Island I would like to visit the rice...More
April 27, 2018|
Yes you can visit Ulun Danau Beratan Temple, Taman Ayun Temple, Tegalalang and Besakih Temple in one day, but I would reconsider visiting Besakih Temple since it isn't all that impressive unless there is an event happening and even then people have said iut's difficult to enter. You might also want to add Tanah Lot Temple as a replacement. The price commonly paid by visitors is Rp500k to 600k per day all inclusive and usually people give around Rp20k for the driver to get lunch and a tip...More
Garuda Wisnu Kencana & Taman Ayun Temple (3 Replies)
Hi forumers, Anyone can tell me if Garuda Wisnu Kencana is worth visiting? What can we see there? I'll be visiting Bali in Sept, and the package that i'd be taking includes Garuda Wisnu Kencana in it, and I'm not sure whether it is a place worth going.... Another place is Taman Ayun Temple. I saw a lot of packages that include this place as their destination. So was wondering what can we see there.. oh wat about Goa Gajah? Is it a nice place?? Thanks alot and would appreciate if...More
June 27, 2008|
Jaye, GWK is worth a visit - take the time and walk around, beside the 40m jade statue that was brought across from Java on barges,the 'cows' donated by the foreign countries after the bombing, you also get a great perspective of kuta beach and how close it actually is to Sanur, the 'columns' are actually the 'left-overs' from the limestone mountain/hill that was originally there, and with the 'in-betweens' carved out, it is quite a work, when you imagine what was there before. They often...More
Best base for day trips (2 Replies)
Hello Sorry if that question has already been asked, but I haven't seen something like that. The question is: where would it be more comfortable to start my day trips from? I have two full day trips planned - one to Pura Goa Lawah, Besakih, and the things around Ubud - Tirta Empul, Gunung Kawi, Goa Gajah. The other - to Taman Ayun Temple, Ulun Danu Bratan Temple and Danau Tamblingan area and maybe GitGit or Sekupmul Waterfall, time permitting. I thought Ubud would be best, as it is...More
May 10, 2014|
Response fromKaren C|
Ubud is the better base in both cases in terms of distance and traffic. But do read the reviews of Besakih before you plan a trip there.