Bali Day 3: Pura Ulu Danu @ Bratan Lake, Bedugul & Tanah Lot

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    From Pura Taman Ayun, we hope onto the MPV and continued our journey to Bratan Lake. Located next to inactive volcanos Mount Bratan and Mount Catur, it is the second largest lake in Bali.

    At 1000 metres above sea level, the weather is very cooling and comfortable over here. One of the main attraction here is the Pura Ulun Danu, a beautiful temple dedicated to Dewi Danu, the Lake Goddess.
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    The temple is sacred to the Balinese people, who come here to pray and leave offerings to the god.


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    The temple is surrounded by a beautiful manicured garden with flowers and statues.
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    We found some good photos taking spots while we were walking towards the most photographed temple in Bali. :)
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    The temple sits on the western shore of Lake Bratan and it looks as if it is floating on the water. It is a beautiful temple with stunningly beautiful background.
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    Towards the end of the trip wevisited the Tanah Lot Temple, one of the most popular places of interest in Bali.
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    Perched on a little rocky islet and facing the sea, Tanah Lot is a famous destination to see the spectacular view of sun set.
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    the beautiful sunset with temple silhouette
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    As the sun goes down, we left Tanah Lot feeling all famished and tired. Guess where we headed for dinner? We have done Warung Made, Babi Guling and Warung Nuri in Day 1 & Day 2. There is another must go restaurant in Ubud, Bali. :)

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