Pura Gede Luhur Batu Ngaus
Pura Batu Ngaus is a stunning 17th-century fertility temple perched on a rock in the ocean. The temple is made from black lava rock and so has a dark a looming quality about it, especially on an overcast day like the day we visited. The Balinese people come here to seek medicine or fertility blessings from the mangku (priest), and leave offerings. There is also a blowhole here in the rocks that connects to the ocean via an underwater cave. This temple is much less frequented that the more famous Uluwatu, it was nice to have the whole thing to ourselves to explore.
Tirta Empul, or the "Holy Water" Temple, is a place where volcanic pools come out of the ground and create sacred waters in which the Balinese people pray.
The Straw Hut is a quaint little brunch spot in Seminyak. The menu is the perfect combination of Balinese cuisine and traditional American breakfast.
Ji Terrace by the SEA & Ji at Bale Sutra 1706 in Canggu are both part of one massive reconstructed 311 years old temple with a terrace to a 180 degrees ocean view.
Pura Batu Ngaus is a stunning 17th-century fertility temple perched on a rock in the ocean.
The Monkey Park is well kept and has a lot of sculptures, bridges, and even a local art exhibit.
We partied at Potato Head Beach Club, visited temples, hung out with monkey's, swam in waterfalls, and learned how to cook Balinese cuisine.