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Tirta Empul Temple, Gianyar
(4.3/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is one place I always take visitors to in Bali. The spiritual atmosphere affects even the most agnostic. The gardens are beautiful, the water refreshing and watching ceremonies and the joy on the...  more »
  • we visited this on a saturday, there were so many people here it was crowded to the max. It was a combination of locals and tourists, some there to watch and others to participate in the cleansing rit...  more »
  • Sarong is required to get in, are available at the entrance. Didn't really understand the allure of this temple. The "holy water" was a framed pool as one is not allowed to enter. There were lots of people who step down in other bodies of water where you can carry out a purification ritual, wash., we should not go out the same way you came, and you must enter through a hideously large market to get out. I ran through these streets that never ended. Tourist trap.
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