I will not recommend to go there. The monastery is under restauration and itis not so nice as my first visit.
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Bali’s largest Buddhist monastery, Brahma Vihara Arama, was built during the 1960’s and 1970’s, then opened in 1973. Okay, it isn’t old but there are still some lovely things to see. Shoes need to come off before entering rooms. The mini Borobudur replica was interesting,...More
It's a Buddhist monastery in the mountains near Lovina in north Bali.It's a very beautiful place with silent atmosphere.No entrance fee required..you may give some donation but that is again not mandatory.You have to climb some steep stairs to reach the main temple ground from...More
Beautiful Buddhist temple (monastry) near the village of Banjar. The higher you climb the better your views get.... this is a very quiet templecomplex with a lot of space for meditation... Just leave a donation! It's highly appreciated
We went with our wonderful English speaking guide. The temple is peaceful and open for meditation when we visited. Views from the temple breathtaking as well. Please dress respectfully and respect the quiet of those around. A must see.