Main Temples and Religious Sites

Balinese temples are unique in architecture and structure and are built according to strict rules. Traditional religion is a major part of life in Bali. We have listed for you the most important and most interesting to visit. Do not forget to wear decent clothes (or a Sarong) and behave accordingly, otherwise entry will be denied.

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    Segara Sanur Kaja Temple

    Area: Sanur

    Segara Sanur Kaja Temple is a temple located nearby Sanur beach. It is divided into 3 sections, outer section, middle section and the inner sanctum. The temple bu...

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    Dalem Kedewatan Sanur Temple

    Area: Sanur

    Dalem Kedewatan Sanur Temple is located in Sanur Village area. Its existence is inseparable from one of the well known Balinese ancestor Dhang Hyang NIratha. Many...

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    Blanjong Temple

    Area: Sanur

    Blanjong Temple is located in Intaran Village sanur, and nearby the historical sites National Heritage inscription Blanjong. The name of Blanjong Temple was deriv...

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    Patal Temple

    Area: Sanur

    Pura Patal is a lovely small beach-side temple, that is well maintained by the local so that it always be clean and all the old sculptures still in a good conditi...

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    Dalem Pengembak Temple

    Area: Sanur

    Dalem Pengembak Temple is located at the southern end of Sanur. It is a nice small temple normally used by locals to do a purification bath ritual called melukat,...

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