This place has some views for taking photos but above all, it has holy water pool. People come here for this experiences.
Tirta Empul, Bali, is one of the largest temples. The temple was founded in 926 A.D. and is dedicated to Vishnu, who is the Hindu god of water. The name of the temple actually means ‘holy water spring’ in Balinese.
Tirta Empul is located 30-minute drive to the north of Ubud. Tirta Empul is clearly signposted from the town of Tampaksiring.
Its 5 minutes walks set away from the main road. Its required to put on a sarong before you can enter the temple, however, you also can rent a sarong for a small donation nearby to the temple.
Tirta Empul is always open even for Sunday, you could go there by 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, and its only Rp 15,000 fee to get into the entrance and Rp 7,500 for a child, it like $1 for an adult and 50 cents for children.
You need to make sure that you are fit enough to get there, it will need 30 minutes to 1 hour to explore the place, its very large temple places. At the entrance, you will see a large stone Balinese doorway, this temple is called ‘Jaba Pura.’
Close to this place, there is a presidential palace that was built for Soekarno, the first President of Indonesia, in 1954. The government palace is now used as a place to host visiting dignitaries and important guests.