November 12, 2020, 11.34 PM
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Past the gate, you will spot a large pavilion that tourists often use to sit, relax, and take photos.

If you need a light snack, you can also purchase a banana from one of the nearby vendors in the area.

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When you find yourself on the Central Jaba side of the temple, there will be two large ponds with the shape of a rectangle.

Jeroan’ is the last part of the Tirta Empul Temple where you can lounge and snap a couple of pictures for keepsake.

You will also find a large pond filled with small fishes and green algae. The entrance fee to this Tirta Empul Temple in Bali is $1.02 (Rp 15,000).

5. Lempuyang Temple

Dubbed as one of the most ‘Instagrammable’ temples in Bali, Lempuyang Temple boasts a 4-meter gate that has become a staple photo spot for visiting tourists.

The breathtaking sights surrounding this Bali temple additionally includes Mount Agung as its backdrop.

Another original characteristic of Lempuyang Temple is that there are seven temples that sit on a plateau.

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