After a long and winding drive into the depths of Bali's hillsides, our Temple Tour with Discova took us to the one and only Ulun Danu Bratan Temple. Famed for its location on top of a lake, this temp...
To me perhaps the most beautiful of the Balinese temples. Located along the ancient, volcanic Bratan lake and surrounded by wonderful flower gardens, this is a place to unwind yourself and surrender t...
The appeal of this temple is it's stunning location, the lake surrounded by mountains, it's all very magical. The gardens next to the temple are beautiful and within the complex there are a restaurant...
amazing but read carefully the rules, we understand that when they jump, you just stay still but that's only when you don't have anything they want... if that's the case just walk away slowly. The m...
The Ulun Danu Bratan Temple locally known as The Pura Ulun Danu Beratan and It's also called Floating Temple. The Pura Ulun Danu Bratan complex consists of four sacred buildings to devoted to the Hindu gods Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. It's most popular for its historical relevance along with the characteristic Balinese architecture and picturesque location.
The Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is located in JL. Denpasar-Singaraja, the village of Candikuning which is part of the highlands of Bedugul, Baturiti distric, Tabanan Legency, Bali Indonesia. Bedugul is located right in the center of Bali and the main street passing through connects the south of Bali (coming from Ubud) with north Bali (Singaraja and Lovina) area. The distance is about 54 km north of Denpasar, 45km northwest of Ubud and 59km nort of Kuta Beach, and 60km north of Ngurah Rai airport. and There is no public transportation to The Pura Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, so I recommend renting a scoter or car and taking tour of Northern Bali to discover some of the best hidden gems!
The best time to visit is between 9am to 2pm avoiding fog during thw afternoon. However if you want to get a great photo the best time to visit the temple is for sunrise during the wet season, which lasts from October through to April.
Once you are inside The Temple's grounds, take your time, walk around and take in the beauty. The main things to do at Ulun Danu Bratan Temple are exploring by foot and even by little swan paddle boats if you're in the mood for a paddle. Is it worth it? Yes. If you want to visit a unique Balinese temple on your Bali Holiday then definitely consider visiting The Temple. I would say that in order to truly make it worth it. make a whole day of exploring, and visit some other parts of Bali whilsht you have your private driver.
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A quiet morning well spent at the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. The tranquility of thetemple makes it very special.
📍Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, Bali
I came here during my short trip with mum and my little sisters. It was in 2012 (pardon my style)😂
Ulun Danu Beratan or Pura Bratan is a water temple in Bali. This temple is located exactly on the shores of lake Beratan. It is so sacred for those who are Hindu because It was a castle for God Wisnu and Queen Danu.
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The Water Temple is located on the shores of Lake Danau Bratan and is a semi-Hindu, semi-Buddhist style. The temple enshrines and pays homage to the lake goddess DewiDanu, which is the spiritual sustenance of the locals. There are few people here and quiet, the lake is very calm, blue sky and white clouds, the mountains and mists of Penghu are lingering, suitable for photography.
Because of the fertile soil after the volcanic eruption, coupled with the high mountain climate, it is suitable for growing fruits and vegetables, and the quality is high, so there is a treasure house of fruit.
Water Temple is one of the temples that came to Bali, and it was built entirely on the water. The back of the Indonesian 50,000 is the Water Temple, similar to the Potala Palace on the back of the 50RMB.
The temple on the shores of a pristine crater lake acts as a vehicle for offerings to the water, lake, and river goddess, Danu, of the Balinese Hindu-Buddhist tradition. The king of Mengwi commissioned the temple in 1633 A.D but it still stands as beautifully as ever, adjacent to the “Lake of the Holy Mountain”. Tours are available and speed boat trips around the lake and temple are a popular option.