The Tirtha Empul Temple is known as one of the most visited Hindu temples in Indonesia. This historical temple is known as the holy spring water temple of the ancient Hindu Balinis.
The Tirtha Empul Temple, located in Indonesia, is located in a village near the hill town of Tampakasaring, some distance from the town of Bali.
One of the main features of this temple is that there is a pond for purifying the soul in the temple premises. Upon entering this historic temple, visitors take a dip in the sacred spring water of the pond to purify their souls. The water of the soul purification pond of this temple comes from the hill behind the temple premises.
Also included in this temple are Koi Pond, Jeroyan, and Jaba Tengah. All these sights of this temple are one of the most important features to win the heart of every tourist.
Why is Tirtha Empul Temple famous?
Tourists from different countries come to this temple every day to visit the Tirtha Empul Temple in Bali, Indonesia.
At the same time, the main reason why this Hindu temple is one of the most famous temples in Bali is the 30 water drains off the Atma Purification Pond located in the temple premises. This soul purification is worshipped by the visitors by bathing through the water drain of the pond.
Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.
Tourist Attractions: -
No pond: Visit the Tirtha Empul Temple and as you walk towards the exit you will see another large pond. This pond is known as the Koi pond. One of the features of this pond is that you can feed the fish that have a lot of fish in this pond.
Jeroyan: Giroyan is one of the places of interest in the precincts of this Tirta Ampul temple. This place is located just behind the ponds in the temple precincts. You can take a bath in the temple pond and then take a rest.
Jaba Tenga: The main place of this temple is the bath called Jaba Tengah. In the temple precincts, there are baths for purifying the two souls. The bathroom has a total of 30 drainage ditches. In this bath, water from the hill behind the temple reaches the bath.
The courtyard of the temple: One of the favourite attractions of the Tirtha Empul Temple in the courtyard of the temple precinct. There are large stone walls on three sides of the courtyard of the temple premises. It is a favourite of tourists.