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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Happy to give 20,000 donation about £1 or €1. You can exchange ticket inside for free bottle of water. Clean tidy and quiet place. Some ongoing building works don’t distract from overall image. Some rooms for meditation only but lots to see and good walking although some steps. Nice gardens and statues.

Thank Tchumb
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Reviewed October 12, 2018

We enjoyed our time at the monastery. Gorgeous place, lots to look at. Donations only. They even let you borrow a sarong.

Thank stacibelton
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Reviewed September 19, 2018

We visited after a dip in the hot springs. Entrance is free to the temples and it's well worth the visit. A lovely place to reflect and contemplate. Legs must be covered and sarongs are available at the entrance.

Thank Karen S
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Reviewed September 19, 2018 via mobile

Not many buddhist monastery in Bali Island but Brahmavihara is the biggest buddhist monastery here. Very quite place to meditate and i felt very powerful positive energy here.

Thank YogaEfendi
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Reviewed September 18, 2018 via mobile

After a busy day of sight seeing, this was a perfect place to end the day. Beautiful temple and monastery with free admittance. Quiet and peaceful.

Thank LarryEmm
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Reviewed September 17, 2018 via mobile

We spent time meditating in the temples and it was one of the most peaceful places we spent time in Bali. All of the temples are incredibly large. The architectural design, interiors of the temples, and gardens around were intricate and surreal. Make sure that both men and women are wearing modest clothing with their legs covered. My boyfriend went in shorts but they let him borrow a sarong.

Thank 733lyndsayl
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Reviewed September 12, 2018

be quiet, relaxed, enjoy the moment, connect yourself with this place, and yourself...

was an unexpected experience for me..... =)

Thank TjoePekTong
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Reviewed August 30, 2018 via mobile

We visited here as a family group in August 2018. It is free to enter but a donation is expected. You must have your legs covered and there is free sarongs to borrow if you need one.
The monastery and grounds were spectacular - it was very serene and peaceful and the views were amazing as you could see right across the mountain ranges to the coast.
This is a must see destination when you are in the north of Bali.

Thank Michelle C
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Reviewed July 27, 2018 via mobile

This is the only Buddhist temple there is in Bali. It is a beautiful site to see, and the people there are very welcoming and friendly! You have to donate some money to enter the temple, in a range of R10.000 - R20.000. Take your camera with you...

Thank prsyts
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Reviewed July 26, 2018 via mobile

Not far from the hot springs, this Buddhist temple extends the feeling of well-being. The access is free (sarong can be rented near the main entry, against donation) and the temple is not big (half an hour to be visited)

Thank dmonchaud
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