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One of the few religious attractions in Kuta, Vihara Dharmayana temple is an old Chinese Buddhist temple located just 1 km from the coastal strip. Featuring striking red walls and murals, the temple was even visited by the 14th Dalai Lama. The lanterns and dragon-themed decor marks out its Chinese character, and it becomes especially crowded during the lunar new year.
Vihara Dharmayana Temple is locally known as Kongco Kuta and its origin traces back to 1876. This temple is considered to be one of the five ancient Buddhist sites in Bali. The temple has a striking Eastern architecture style which creates an impressive outlook on the visitors. Surprisingly, this temple is constructed so beautifully that it shows no signs of aging.