Lempuyang Luhur Temple is one of the cultural destinations that you can visit when on holiday to Bali. Lempuyang Luhur Temple is located in Karangasem district, or about two hours drive from Denpasar.
Lempuyang Temple is one of Hindu worship places in Bali which is the biggest temple like Besakih temple and Batur temple. Lempuyang Temple is thought to be one of the oldest temples in Bali, as a place to worship Hyang Gni Jaya or God Iswara.
Besides being a cultural tourism destination, Lempuyang Temple is one of the most popular place for tacking photos. Lempuyang Temple has a temple facing directly to Mount Agung. When the weather is nice and Mount Agung is a bit covered with clouds, then you will feel in the heaven like the gods.
The position of the temple on the top of the mountain makes this place as a beautiful place to enjoy the beauty of nature. The well preserved nature reserve adds to the beautiful and magnificent impression of Lempuyang Temple. Make sure you get the best angle for every photo you make in this place and do not move before you capture all the beauty given by Lempuyang Temple.
Before enjoying the natural beauty of Lempuyang Temple, you are required to face thousands of steps. Taking place at the top of the hill Bisbis or Mount Lempuyang requires you to walk far to reach the peak of Lempuyang Temple. Along the way, you will be faced with 1,700 steps you have to pass. Although the journey was difficult, I'm sure all the tiredness on the way will be lost due to the keening of Lempuyang Temple.
Because this tourist place is a place of worship of Hindus who are sanctified and sacred by the people of Bali, then you should follow the rules when visiting the Lempuyang Temple.
There are several things to consider when visiting the Lempuyang Temple.