Bali Day 3 – SEE: Pura Taman Ayun, Mengwi

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Our Bali trip is all about spa, food and sight seeing but not so much of sun and surf. Throughout the four days trip, we have visited quite a handful of temples and the Pura Taman Ayun (“Garden Temple in the Water”) is one of them.

Pura Taman Ayun was the royal temple of I Gusti Agung Anom, the founder of the Mengwi kingdom. Originally dating from 1634, it was restored and enlarged in 1937. Entrance fee is IDR3000  (RM1) per person. IMG_0833
It was drizzling by the time we got there. See how the poor cat seek shelter from the cold rain.


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The pouring rain did not dampen our spirits at all.
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KampungBoy wanted to capture the sorrowful and melancholic feel of the rain and the ancient temple. Gung ho!

and I shall be the dedicated umbrella holder.
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some pictures for your viewing pleasures:
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gateway to the inner courtyard
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merus with ijuk black thatched roofing in the inner court dedicated to visiting deities and spirit
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A “I WAS HERE” picture to bring an abrupt end to this post.

Next up: sipping luwak coffee at Yoga Plantation, pura ulu danu @ Bratan Lake and sun set @ Tanah Lot.

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