Many tourist attractions in Bali are hidden. A tourist attraction that is always surrounded by stunning natural beauty. The attraction of the Punggul Abiansemal waterfall is not only intended for tourism. This place is also used to cleanse themselves for Hindus.
Another name for this place is Taman Beji Griya Manuaba Temple. But it is well known among the public as Taman Punggul Abiansemal Temple. This tourist destination is located in Punggul Village, Abiansemal District, Badung. The location is not so far from Denpasar.
For Hindus to fill Eid they do melukat or clean themselves. Besides aiming to clean yourself, you can enjoy the beauty of nature with a wide expanse of rice fields.
The surrounding community believes that Taman Beji Griya Temple is a place to ask for peace and happiness. Usually, the traders there visit to beg to be launched.
This tourist attraction is special and unique, besides that, it is also an instagramable tourist attraction. This temple looks beautiful surrounded by vast rice fields making the atmosphere there feels calm.
This temple is adjacent to the Beji Griya waterfall. And the place for melukat is in the pingit cave. This cave is said to be inhabited by many spirits. But when this cave is found and arranged it becomes not scary.
In every melukat place, of course, some procedures or rules are carried out during the melukat procession. As if you melukat in this temple. The ceremonial facilities or offerings needed are a minimum of one banten pejati (two if possible) and lots of canang sari, later a holder or family from Girya Manuaba who is the main owner of the temple will help with the worship process.
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