Pura Tirta Empul; one of my favorite temples in Bali. Pura Tirta Empul is a Hindu Temple famous for its holy water and bathing rituals of purification. Tirta Empul, meaning "holy water spring," is t...
This water spring is very refreshing with a clear water from the earth flows through different fountain with specific functions. Soaking in the fountain is an amazing experience between the fresh wate...
Beautiful temple and it’s surroundings, definitely something you want to see and perhaps experience the water purification. If you are currently not feeling comfortable standing close to other peopl...
This was the third stop on our private day tour with Bali Res Centre. Tirta Empul temple is a Hindu Balinese water temple that consists of a bathing structure, famous for its holy spring water, that B...
It’s really nice to vise Tirta Empul temple, one of the most famous temple in #bali where you can bath in holy spring water to experience Hindu Balinese culture. Inside, there is a large pond that you can feed hundreds of fat fishes. Please note that it’s quite crowded here especially on Sunday. #hindutemple #temple #hindu #bali #fishes #holywater #spring
There are a lot of people to choose from. There are a lot of routes to choose from. There are a lot of routes to choose from, such as diving, walking to the beach. All day, of course, you can go to the "bath" to spend an hour to make your wishes come true.
This holy temple in Bali is a very famous temple in the area. Because the temple is built on the underground spring, it is called the holy spring temple.
It is said that baptism in the Holy Spring can provide shelter and disease. There are two pools and 19 springs. The outlet of each spring represents a kind of god, so the spring water of each outlet has different mana and effects.
Every day there are a lot of locals and tourists coming here to visit, men, women and children will go down to the spring water, let the spring water "purify" themselves for more blessings. In the crowd, I even saw that the baby babay, who was only a few years old, was brought in and baptized.
Shengquan Temple is located in the north-central part of Bali. If you are coming from Ubud, it will take 40 minutes to drive. There are a lot of day trips on the Internet that can be booked, but the personal feeling is that it is more cost-effective to charter, and the time is relatively free. Special attention to
This is a popular attraction and it is still a temple, so you must follow the rules of the local temple. Usually there are fewer people in the morning or evening, and you can call at this time.
If you want to go down to the spring water, be sure to bring dry clothes in advance, or it will be more convenient to wear a swimsuit in advance. The spring is still quite cool, so be sure to take care not to catch a cold.
Girls need to wear a sarong in the temple. It is recommended to come over when there are fewer people. Because they have borrowed the sarong, they have to wait for the ~
Shengquan Temple exit to have shopping streets and hawkers. Bargaining, seeing the individual's ability.
are tickets, if you remember correctly, it is 15,000 people, and the sarong does not need money.
Bali must-have card - mysterious temple of the holy spring
holy spring temple Tirta Empul Temple
Entering the Temple of the Holy Spring in Bali, both men and women need to wear a sarong... Hinduism believes that "the lower body of the person is not clean." You can put it on before you enter the door, and you can take it off after you leave the house. Whether it is men, women and children, or foreign friends can come to the holy spring temple, the water inside
can drink, of course, more people are to purify their own soul, I feel that the water of the holy spring temple can be devastated You can also purify your mind, but you must pray in advance before entering the water of the Holy Spring Temple, and then you can bathe in the water.
Tirta Empul Temple is was built among the underground springs from which it draws its name. The temple's spring pool is a main attraction. The pool is fed by 10 spring outlets that pour onto a base of fine black sand. Even after thousands of years, the pool waters remain crystal clear, reflecting the blue sky and green trees to create a breathtaking scene. Many locals come here for ritual ceremonies. Visitors can partake by dunking their heads under the spring outlets and moving from left to right around the pool.