Making the most of Bali private tours benefits, you can decide to visit several renowned temples or pura (pronounced “poo-rah”) in the island. There are many temples in Bali and each of them has unique characteristics. Read on to learn two of them.
Pura Besakih (Besakih Temple)
Being surrounded by lovely hills and mountains, Besakih (pronounced “bheh-saa-keeh”) temple complex is regarded as the biggest in Bali. Take your time on Bali private tours by visiting three main temples in Besakih temple complex. They are Pura Penataran Agung (Shiva Temple), Pura Kiduling Kreteg (Brahma Temple) and Pura Batu Madeg (Vishnu Temple). There are many other temples in the complex but they are restricted for worshippers only.
What you may want to take note about Besakih is that this temple complex is supposed to be the only worshipping place that welcomes people of any caste.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK Temple)
Make GWK temple the second location to visit while you are planning for Bali private tours. This temple is basically a cultural park, which is sited in a mountainous coast area. In this place, you will see a statue of Vishnu riding on an eagle in an extremely enormous size.
A highlight for GWK temple is that this place has been used to host many national and international cultural and art events. If you are a true lover of art, you must come to attend one of the shows. Choosing Bali private tours will be a right decision as these types of tours allow travelers to create a schedule that suits their needs. As a result, there will be more chances to get a ticket and come on time.
Temple is another interesting destination for tourists in Bali. Make sure you wear proper clothing and take note some cultural taboos before entering the sites. To have a good time in these Bali private tours, comfortable footwear is always required to prevent your feet from pains due to too much walking.