The experience begins with a walk past many stalls trying to sell you saris and other small goods. You don't need to bring a sari as they will lend you one before you enter and these are just fine. The view as you walk down the step is breath-taking, enormous trees, ruins, temples and water features.
You can wander freely around but I highly recommend paying for a local guide. There were 7 of us in our group and we negotiated 80,000 rupiah (8usd), but ended up giving him 10,000 because he was so good. Without our guide we wouldn't have understood most of the symbolism and the history of the place. A place you really must visit to learn some of the history and culture of Bali
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