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Goa Lawah Temple and Lempuyang Temple Tour

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We have many Bali Temple Tour packages which are very popular among local people and tourists. Goa Lawah Temple and Lempuyang Temple Tour are packages where you will explore famous temples on the island of Bali. This tour package will invite you to visit Lempuyang Temple, Goa Lawah Temple, Kanto Lampo Waterfall, and Alas Harum Rice Terrace. We will provide our best service so that your holiday in Bali is more memorable.

Destination :

  • Lempuyang Temple 
  • Goa Lawah Temple
  • Kanto Lampo Waterfall
  • Alas Harum Rice Terrace

Price For The Tour :

  • USD 47/person ( Solo Traveller )
  • USD 25/person ( Minimum Booking 2 Person )
  • USD 18/person ( Minimum Booking 4 - 5 Person )

Include :

  • Petrol
  • Car with Air Conditioner
  • Parking Fee
  • English Speaking Driver
  • Bottle Water for 1 Person

Not Include :

  • Entrance Ticket to Tourist Attraction
  • Lunch & Dinner

Information :

  • Tour Duration 10 Hours
  • In addition to destnation that we provide in the tour, you can also request or custom your travel destinations while in bali
  • During our trip, all of you also can do or stop some places for shopping

Detail Trip

Based on several sources from the Balinese Chronicle, this temple has been around since the 8th century AD when the spread of Hinduism in Indonesia began. This temple and most of the temples in Bali were built by Rsi Markandeya, a holy man who also spread Hinduism in Bali. The construction of this temple is intended to facilitate the process of spreading Hinduism around Mount Agung which is believed to be the abode of Gods. The name Lempuyang itself comes from the word Lampu or light and Hyang which means god so it has the meaning of God's light. The age of this temple is quite long, making it one of the oldest and earliest temples established in Bali. At the beginning of its construction, the building of this temple was still very simple because it was only made of stone and a large tree.
This temple can be called the highest temple in Bali because it is located at an altitude of approximately 1,174 meters above sea level, Mount Lempuyang. The original name of this temple is Penataran Agung Lempuyang Temple or better known as Lempuyang Temple. This temple still includes the Sad Kahyangan Jagad Temple or the six holy places in Bali along with Besakih Temple. Besides Pura Agung, there are many other temples built around Mount Lempuyang or Bukit Bisbis. There are so many, sometimes visitors often get the wrong destination when they want to visit the Penataran Agung Lempuyang Temple which has the most beautiful scenery. The charm of the beauty of the Penataran Agung Lempuyan Temple also looks more beautiful at sunrise and at sunset. The orange sky and golden clouds in the sun looked so charming through the gaps in the main gate of the temple.
The name Goa Lawah is derived from two words: goa meaning ‘cave’ and lawah meaning ‘bat’. It is important to underline that Hindus visiting Goa Lawah Temple do not worship the bats and cave; they worship God, Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa whose manifestation as Dewa Maheswara is believed to reside at Goa Lawah Temple. This temple is one of the Sad Kahyangan, the six main temples in Bali, and is situated under a hill known as Bukit Sari, and close to the beach, Pantai Goa Lawah. It is thus believed to possess natural spirits from both the hill and sea.
Goa Lawah Temple’s status as a Sad Kahyangan means that Hindus from all over Indonesia are able to worship in this public temple, without any distinction as to family, caste or geographical background.
Goa Lawah Temple was founded around the 11th century AD. This temple was founded in 929 Saka or 1007 AD on the initiative of Mpu Kuturan, advisor to King Anak Wungsu. It is also mentioned that in the 14th century AD, this temple underwent restoration and expansion of the complex. According to local people's beliefs, this cave passage is connected to the mouth of the King's Cave in the Besakih Temple Complex, which is about 30 kilometers away. However, in 1917, the passage collapsed due to a major earthquake.
The concept of natural balance which is closely related to the existence of Gua Lawah makes it the center of worship of Bhatara Tengahing Segara, the representation of God in the form of the caretaker of the oceans. In addition, Gua Lawah is also a place of worship for Dewa Maheswara who is the ruler of the southeastern cardinal directions in Balinese Hindu mythology.
Kanto Lampo Waterfall referred to by locals as Air Terjun Kanto Lampo. This is a hidden gem in Bali where you can soak in the pristine water, and take pictures on the insta-famous rock. Hidden deep in the jungles of Gianyar region, Kanto Lampo Waterfall can be a great sight for exploration. This scenic, seasonal waterfall with its water cascading down a stepped rick formation is a stunning view to behold. Located in the village of Beng Gianyar, this waterfall is also very easy to get to. Unlike other waterfalls, you don’t have to go through miles and miles of hiking and trekking. Within 15 minutes, you will reach the spot of the waterfall. The slightly under the radar location of Kanto Lampo adds to its uniqueness.
Alas Harum is one of popular agrotourism object which is located in Jl. Lunga Tegallalang, around 20 minutes from Central Ubud. This place will be offering you many activities like the steps of making the luwak coffee, swing, zip line and a lot of spots for taking picture with perfect beautiful view like a private terrace view, glass floor, bird nest, dancing bridge, the big curve of gorilla face and pekak brayut.

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