Temples in Ubud For a Spiritual Reawakening

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A visit to Ubud is incomplete if you haven't visited the temples in Ubud. Besides being famous for traditional crafts and dance, Ubud also offers much more for spiritual seekers. The brilliant Baline (Read More)se architecture, intricate carvings are indeed a treat for a weary traveller's eyes.

Here is the list of 7 Temples in Ubud For a Spiritual Reawakening

1. Ubud Water Palace (Saraswati Temple)

Ubud Water Palace (Saraswati Temple)
3.7 /5

Ubud Water Palace which is a temple for the worship of Lord Saraswati was originally the residential palace of the Sukawati royal family. This temple in Ubud was designed by famous architect Gusti Nyoman Lempad It is now one of the most sacred places in Bali and apart from offering a beautiful lotus pond and water garden, the temple hosts a classic Bali dance show at night which one shouldn't miss out on.
Timings: 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

2. Tirta Empul

Tirta Empul
4.6 /5

Built in 962 AD during the reign of Warmadewa dynasty, Pura Tirta Empul or Holy Water Temple is the legacy of a traditional good versus evil tale. This temple in Ubud is home to a holy mountain spring that feeds the Pakerisan river, and is revered for its ritual purification by devotees. Visitors can admire the temple carvings but are forbidden from having the ritual bath.
Timings: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

3. Goa Gajah

Goa Gajah
4.7 /5

A few kilometres from Ubud, Goa Gajah or the "elephant cave" is a spiritual and cultural attraction filled with Buddhist and Shaivite relics and carvings. A wide-eyed demon-like structure welcomes you at the cave entrance, which further leads to a serene pool inside. The intricate stonework of this temple in Ubud makes this a must-visit for anyone looking for a glimpse into Indonesian architecture and heritage.
Timings : 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

4. Gunung Kawi

Gunung Kawi
3.0 /5

Northeast of Ubud, Bali lies the Pura Gunung Kawi temple, a site of Buddhist and Hindu religious rituals. Known for the 10 seven-metre-high shrines carved into stone, Gunung Kawi is believed to belong to 11th-century Udayana dynasty. The temple overlooks the Pakerisan river and is a unique cultural and historical attraction in the city. 
Timings: Open 24 Hours

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5. Pura Gunung Lebah

Pura Gunung Lebah
2.3 /5

Nestled over the Campuhan valley where the Sungai Cerik meets, Pura Gunung Lebah is one of Ubud's most significant temples. An 8th-century edifice dedicated to the goddess of Batur, the temple features a traditional Balinese Padmanasa, or empty stone throne, atop its intricately carved tower-like structure. Owing to its beautiful atmosphere and lush surroundings, the temple is often used for meditation. 
Timings: 09:00 AM - 5:00 PM

6. Pura Dalem

Pura Dalem
3.9 /5

The Monkey Forest in Ubud, Bali, hides another gem in its southwestern corner - the Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, or the 'Padangtegal Great Temple of Death,' dedicated to Lord Shiva. Thought to have been built around 1350, the Kecak dance performances at the temple, in addition to the excellent craftsmanship, make this a significant religious and cultural attraction of Ubud. 
Timings: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

7. Ubud Palace

Ubud Palace
4.2 /5

An itinerary to Bali is incomplete without a stopover at Ubud Palace, located on the main Jalan Raya Ubud road. Built-in the 19th century by the ruler Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel, the palace's front section, with its gardens and carvings, is a visual delight. International events on art, music, and literature are held inside, making this place a cultural repository of Ubud.
Timings: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Each of these temples in Ubud are one of its kind. Do visit these amazing temples in Ubud and share your experience in the comment section below.

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