Taman Mumbul
Taman Mumbul
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Nuh Kesava
Ubud, Indonesia39 contributions
Oct 2023 • Family
Beautiful area in the morning time, it is so peaceful. The oposite from the late their is place for purifying ritual. This place so clean and parking area for car so wide.

There is place who sell fish food and you able to feeding them at the lake.
Written October 6, 2023
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TerraExplorator
Budapest, Hungary569 contributions
Dec 2019
We decided to come here instead of the famous Tirta Empul temple, where the crowds are intolerable...
Here the garden was completely empty, really felt like a sanctuary and gave us a peaceful feel. If you wish you can also ask for a purification ceremony. There are no lines and crowds. The garden was beautifully kept and the surroundings as well. The locals here were very friendly and welcoming. thank you
Written March 16, 2020
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Britt
Kalundborg, Denmark1,186 contributions
Nov 2018 • Friends
Some drivers know luckily places which isn't touristy- where you really can enjoy the nature and life in Bali.
The beautiful tempel in the little lake with lots of fish- you can feed them and enjoy the beautiful colours.
On the other side you find the big tempel. You need to wear a sarong
Here you can also enjoy to take a swim in the little "pool" with statues the Goods.
Written November 4, 2018
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krys_k
London, UK701 contributions
Jul 2019 • Couples
With the place to ourselves the water purification ritual was quite a special thing. You get given a saffron sarong (so don’t worry if you turn up like us without a swimming costume) and after making a small cash offering presented on a small tray of flowers you are invited to walk through each of the stations in the pool - at each stop a deity with a streaming waterfall of natural water. Pretty magical. The temple itself is very pretty - a number of pools swimming with koi set amongst landscaped gardens. On the other side of the road is a small lake with yet more koi (you can buy fish food which they will hungrily devour) - again a very peaceful setting.
Written July 30, 2019
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Hargiyanto
Jakarta, Indonesia126 contributions
Dec 2017 • Family
Good for take pictures. Only 5 mins from Sangeh monkey forest. Its free. Only 5000 rp for parking fee.

Take picture on the small boat with pura background... very nice pics.

On the other side of the road. There was a park with many spring water. Drinkable. Free.
Written January 13, 2018
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Pande Besi
Sangeh, Indonesia6 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
Here you can sit and enjoy the view, and you can also take a walk to Pancoran Solas (eleven shower), a water spring that are believe can 'clean' your body while you take the shower and pray. Open to all religion.
Written May 10, 2019
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