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Waters from the temple at the rear of this site feed the pond in the front, which overflows with pretty lotus blossoms. There are carvings that honour Dewi Saraswati, the goddess of wisdom and the arts, who has clearly given her blessing to Ubud. Regular traditional dance performances are staged here by night, tickets for which are sold at the entrance for 100.000 IDR ($7).

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  • Chhavi Gupta
    Chhavi Gupta
    a month ago

    Really good temple. Free entry. No need of any specific clothing. Open till 7 PM (not sure). The ponds are full of Lotus (not always blooming but leaves are there). It is a nice place to visit in center of Ubud. Nearby there's a parking and many small street shops also available for shopping which are good.

  • Bharathi Mani
    Bharathi Mani
    in the last week

    This temple looks fantastic from the outside. There are two ponds in front of the temple full of beautiful Lotus. This is a Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, the goddess of learning and knowledge. There is no entry fee but you are not allowed inside the main temple. A must visit

  • Eugenia
    Eugenia
    a month ago

    The temple interior seems to be closed to public, but the exterior is still incredibly beautiful. It’s a nice pit stop if you are in the area for a quick photo, or having a meal overlooking the lotus pond - view from the lotus cafe looked to be great for this. Don’t know if they have closing hours, but it was still accessible to the public when we went by at 9:55pm!

  • Wilsen Tjhung
    Wilsen Tjhung
    2 months ago

    A very nice temple, not far from the Ubud palace. A lot of tourists seemed to miss this place, so it's not as crowded as the Ubud palace. The lotus ponds in front of the temple are definitely a beautiful sight to see. It's also free to enter.

  • Wardah N
    Wardah N
    3 weeks ago

    Beautiful temple located inside city. You could enjoy temple view while eat or drink since there's some restaurants nearby. They didn't asked you to use sarong inside since you didn't enter the temple area. Also no entrance fee for this temple

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