Batuan Temple, Bali, Indonesia
Happy Easter Sunday to all of my readers! Whatsup, whatsup! And oh, it is April Fool's Day today. Hehehe... Anyhoo, I've been stuck with my IT world job a month ago and got no opportunity to post another entry. But I'm back now and eager to share all of my backlogs. Better late than never! *wink*
I want to share my current mood today - missing my Bali trip. As I mentioned 100 times previously, I love to visit temples and museums each time I go to another country. This is the place where I see the distinctive culture of every country and feel how profound my fondness is.
Batuan Temple is one of the temples I visited in Bali. It is the Old Balinese Temple near Ubud, which situated in Jalan Raya Batuan, Batuan Village, Sukawati, Gianyar. This temple is well-known for its traditional Balinese arts and paintings which makes me extremely surprised. It is locally referred as "Pura Puseh Ian Pura Desa Adat Batuan" which is a focal landmark in the namesake village of Batuan.
Okay, I have rambled now. Hope you like my entry for today!
- Bring bottled water as it is freaking hot, I swear, but worth it! *wink*
- Better to wear jeans/pants as shorts are not permitted inside, however, Malongs are provided
- No entrance fee, just a donation only
- Better to book a tour guide as it is practical (less costs) and you will learn more about their culture
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