Tanah Lot Temple
The Tanah Lot temple is located at the southwestern coast on Bali in Tabanan. The temple sits on a large rock. Low tide visitors are able to walk to Tanah Lot. The temple was built in 16th-century by Hindu priest Dang Hyang Nirtha and is one of seven sea temples along the south-western coast. At the base of the rock, in a small cave, you will find a freshwater spring. For a donation you can drink or wash your face with the holy water.
Admission: 30000 IDR (2€)
Tirta Empul Temple
20 km northeast from Ubud you will find the Tirta Empul Temple. The complex was built in 962 and is now one of the holiest temples in Bali. Founded on a large water spring, Balinese and tourists come here to bathe and purify themselves from illness and other problems.
Admission: 20000 IDR (1,50€)
Pura Taman Saraswati Temple
This small temple, known as Water Palace, was the palace of the kings of Ubud until the 1940s. Today the entrance for this part of the facility is free. Ponds covered by white lotus add a certain elegancy to this traditional place. From time to time you will have the chance to enjoy Balinesian dance performances here at night.