Talking about Bali is never ending to be able to get the best vacation spot to unwind or learn the rich culture of a religious tradition.
This time, Dolanesia will provide one of the hundreds of tourist objects that are highly recommended for those of you who want to come to visit Bali, namely exploring the beautiful tourist attraction of Ulun Danu Beratan Temple on The Shores of Lake Beratan Bedugul, Tabanan Bali on Jalan Raya Bedugul, Candi Kuning, Baturiti District which is about 56 km from Denpasar City, Bali.
The architectural values, nuances of local wisdom and traditions of the culture served at The Ulundanu Beratan Temple strongly reflect the characteristics of Bali. The awe from the eyes of the sight of this sacred place is hard to express. The touch of the scenery and all the objects here are still firmly integrated with the natural beauty. The beautiful atmosphere, cool air, sculptured buildings with a high artistic and cultural value, a spotless environment, visible appearances of Mount Chatur and the friendliness of the surrounding residents make this place feel perfect.
The location of The Uludanu Beratan Temple looks as if it floats on the surface of the water because it is located in The Highlands of Bali with very clear and calm lake water. This is one of the attractions to visit a temple that is on the water with its unique location. The entrance fee to this temple is around Rp. 30,000 and opening hours are 08.00 a.m to 6.00 p.m.
The way to enjoy The Beauty of Ulundanu Beratan Temple is not only by walking but also by using a speedboat, goose boat and so on to surround The Beauty of Ulundanu Bratan Temple from above the water.
Inside The Ulundanu Beratan Temple, there is one stupa and five other temples named Pura Prajapati, known as The Place of Dewi Durga facing west, Pura Lingga Petak, which is believed to have a sacred well as a source of holy water for fertility Pura Ulundanu Beratan, Pura Penataran Agung functioned as a place to ask for fertility, prosperity and the balance of the universe, Pura Dalem Purwa as a place of worship of gods and a place to put prayer ceremonial equipment and Pura Taman Beji for a spot of purification for Hindus.
Bali has a thousand temples that function as tourist attractions to enjoy the scenery, genuinely appreciate the majestic natural beauty, as a place to learn the arts and culture of an area and as a place to maintain the balance of nature by tolerant of other cultures. Every temple in Bali has its uniqueness that will give you an experience with a different story that you will feel.