INDONESIA, TRAVEL , 31 JULY 2016
PURA TIRTA EMPUL
Will I ever stop spamming you with Indonesia pictures? Yes, I will! 😉 But there are still some pictures left I have to share it with you!
After my Clicka and I spent the first day enjoying the beauty of Uluwattu beach, we decided the second day to visit Pura Tirta Empul, the Holy Water temples and also the famous rice terrace Tegalalang. As we rented a car it was so easy to do the three.We started our day by exploring the beautifully peaceful & spiritual, an Absolute must in Bali. Pura Tirta Empul the temple was stunning and the holy waters incredibly beautiful. They gave us Saroengs to enter the place, if you want, you can get into the water (with swimsuit underneath) and pray as you bath your head under the fountains moving along to each in turn, but we couldn’t enter because we didn’t have that much time but I believe it would have been a wonderful experience .
Many locals were there for their prayers and the place was very clean, despite the many people and visits of tourists. During the visit of the temple you can really take your time and enjoy the beauty of that place. The entrance fee was not very high; the saroeng can be borrowed without paying for it.We spent a great amount of time at the temple. Despite all other beautiful things of Bali, the visit of this temple was one of the highlights of our Bali trip. Tirta Empul is divided into 3 courtyards. At the first courtyard there is also the pool for public bathing and even tourists can enter the pool. The water source at Tirta Empul is believed to be the source of life and prosperity.
I hope you enjoyed the pictures and should you decide to visit the temple, don’t forget to please respect the religious rules.
** PURA TIRTA EMPUL & HOLY WATER TEMPLE **
Outfit details: Jumpsuit Pull&Bear // Shoes Bershka