Taman Ayun TempleCurrently Closed
- Address: Jalan Ayodya, Mengwi, Bali, Indonesia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 3000 IDR
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids, Architecture
Taman Ayun Temple - Review
A traditional Balinese Hindu temple set in landscaped gardens that add to the beauty and charm of the structure is a nice place to visit. This temple is dedicated to lord Wisnu and holds a special significance in the Balinese Hinduism. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Bali itinerary 3 days.
Taman Ayun Temple Information
- Modest dressing is recommended.
- Peace of religious places should be maintained at all times.
- Photography without permission is prohibited.
Taman Ayun Temple Ticket Prices
- Entry to the temple is around 3000Rp to 4000Rp
How To reach Taman Ayun Temple by Public Transport
- Hired Car, Taxi or Bemo
Restaurants Near Taman Ayun Temple
- Coffee tab
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Things to Know Before Visiting Taman Ayun Temple
57.05% of people who visit Bali include Taman Ayun Temple in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
74.8% of people start their Taman Ayun Temple visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Taman Ayun Temple
94.32% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Taman Ayun Temple
Taman Ayun Temple Trips
Taman Ayun Temple, Bali Reviews
This was a great stop on our tours around Bali. From the street I couldn't see what to really expect but as we entered and explored we were delighted with one temple after another. One highlight we had that day was a native lady making her offerings for the day. Her care in her worship was heartwarming to see. She would stop at each of her special locations to leave offerings and pray. I fun time was when a group of young Chinese girls asked if I would take their picture at one of the gates. Great place with lots of families on outings.
This is another good place in Bali to visit and must be in your list if visiting Bali. You'll see some beautiful gardens around the temple and this place is exceptionally clean and peaceful. Do note that in Bali the temples are not like India or some other countries where you can see some God's idol and go inside to do some Pooja etc. The Bali's temples are quite different in that way and you are not allowed to enter inside the temple but just see from outside. The entry fee is IDR 20k/person which is worth for this place. The min time someone can spend here is 30 minutes or more as much as you have.
Taman Ayun means beautiful garden, as per our local balineses guide. This temple does have one. The temple is built by Bali royal family. The temple is surrounded by many large trees. Tourists are not allowed inside the shrine. We went around the compound and took photos. The gopurams are picturesque.The air from the garden was refreshing. A nice place to spend an hour or two in a calm environment and take some photographs
Pura taman ayun berada di teritorial kecamatan mengwi kabupaten badung. Menurut salah satu sumber yang didapat pura taman ayun merupakan Pura Paibon/Pedarman Raja Mengwi untuk memuja roh leluhur dari raja-raja yang diwujudkan dengan dibangunnya sebuah gedong Paibon, serta dibangun pula meru-meru untuk pemujaan dan persembahyangan kepada para Dewa bagi masyarakat kerajaan Mengwi dalam memohon kesejahteraan. Taman ini beserta Pura Taman Ayun merupakan peninggalan bersejarah dari kerajaan Mengwi.
Breathtakingly beautiful landscapes around the temple. The temple complex includes a wide moat, wooden shrines and beautifully carved gates. Excellent architecture which guarantees an abundance scope for photography. Entrance fee is 20,000 IDR per person. They give green colored sarong if you wear short clothes. There is also a large cockpit which is used for cockfighting, which was perfectly acceptable in their culture. Toilets are clean. No vendors inside the premises. Well worth a visit for architectural and scenic reasons alone!