Thursday, 12 October 2017

A Trip To Bali: Day 3 - Pura Puseh Desa Batuan Temple, Mount Batur, Batur Natural Hot Spring, Tegallang Rice Terrace

Hi Everyone!

Its time for Day 3! My journey until now has been so exciting.. visiting awesome places, eating all I can and attempting new things.. just a perfect vacation! This was our last full day in Bali so we wanted to cover as much as possible. One thing that was very clear by now is 4 days are just not enough for Bali. It is a place that offers you all the calmness, relaxing vibe and you should not rush with it. So next time, I am here for a long vacation 😊

Coming back to our Day 3 and the gorgeous moments!

Full View Of Pura Puseh Desa Batuan Temple

While travelling with so many drivers, many had suggested to visit the Pura Puseh Desa Batuan Village and so we did. Its a beautiful village, situated around 15 kms away from Denpasar. We saw the Pura Puseh Temple and it was breathtaking!

Lord Ganesha At The Temple Entrance

The temple carvings are so gorgeous and high!

Our Guide at the temple. She was such a sweet girl and an awesome photographer :)

The Temple guards. I think they are called Yaksha :)

Us being all touristy 😊
The temple was at a good height and it was so windy. so the weather was just perfect to roam around. It was a huge place and as we reached the back of the temple, we could see Mount Batur & the lake! 

Mount Batur is an active volcano and its a perfect trekking spot! Unfortunately, we did not have that much time so that is pending for our next trip. We could see the Volcano opening, all the erupted crater and the lake beside it. 

Mount Batur & the Lake

Closer look at the volcano opening

Our next stop was the Hot Water Spring. It was a holy place and there were a lot of people taking a dip in the hot spring. We wore colourful sarongs and managed with a few sprinkles on ourselves 😃

The entrance of the Hot Water Spring

There were fishes in the water too!

Well we deserve a Lungi dance :)

Finally, we started for the Tegallang Rice Terrace. It was the sowing season and the plants were too small. We saw all around and all I could see was greenery. We trekked all through the field and were so tired that we decided to end our tour here.

Full view of the Tegallang Rice Terrace

Little Ones
I also visited a few awesome places at night and will be sharing all about them in my last post. So stay tuned for that!

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