Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Taman Ayun Temple, a world heritage temple registered at UNESCO

Taman Ayun Temple - Taman Ayun Temple is located in Mengwi Village, Badung Regency, which is about 19 kilometers from Denpasar City. The temple which has a large and beautiful garden was built in 1556 caka (1634 AD) by King Mengwi.

With the consistency of the community to preserve this temple, UNESCO makes this temple as one of the World heritage that should be preserved. In addition to Taman Ayun Temple, UNESCO also made Jatiluwih Village as one of the World heritage as well.

Pura which is considered as Mother (Paibon) by the Kingdom of Mengwi is a must for you to visit and enter on your holiday list in Bali. The temple is a place to worship God for Hindus in Bali but the temple can also be used as a tourist attraction.

For those of you who do have tourist destinations in the direction of Buleleng Regency which is famous for Lovina Beach attractions and Gitgit Waterfall, take the time to stop by at Taman Ayun Temple.

Before entering the temple area, you will walk through a large and beautiful park, then you will find the magnificent Bentar Temple. Public tourists are not allowed to enter the area inside the temple, you can only see it on the outer yard, including the park.

Please respect also the procedures that apply when entering this temple area because we are a cultured nation, let alone entering a sacred area like a temple.

It has become a familiar thing to capture moments when visiting tourist attractions, people will take pictures and look for places that are considered to have good spots for taking pictures.

At Taman Ayun Temple, this is probably the best spot to take photos in the garden and also on the front of the castle that can display Balinese architecture.

This vast garden can become a fatigue reliever for visiting tourists. For people who want to pray, they will also be made comfortable with the architecture and layout of this temple. The point will not be boring when visiting the Taman Ayun Temple.

Piodalan at this temple was held on Tuesday Wuku Medangsia because that day the temple was officially opened.

For those of you who want to know the location of this temple, can be seen from the map below: