Balitraveldiary.com – Looking at the beauty of temples on the mainland is common. Another case with visiting the Pemuteran Underwater Temple. Here, you will be able to witness the existence of a temple with unique and complete architecture under the sea. Because of its location under the sea, of course. The way to enjoy the beauty of this temple is also different.
At a glance, the Underwater Temple in Pemuteran Bali is a unique cultural preservation. Because it is located in the depths of the sea. But after checking, actually this temple was intentionally submerged by a number of environmentalists around the 2000s. This sinking aims as an effort to conserve underwater coral reefs.
In the underwater area of Pemuteran called Taman Pura, divers will easily find temple buildings. Complete with sculptures such as Buddhist or Ganesha statues. Although it was only made in the 2000s, it can be seen that the sculptures in the Underwater Temple. That are like an artifact that is hundreds or thousands of years old.
Pemuteran Underwater Temple Is One Of The Conservation Businesses
This conservation effort involves various parties, ranging from hotel owners, dive service owners, fishermen to environmental conservationists. Not only for the empowerment and preservation of nature, but this project also has promising economic and tourism value.
The lovers of snorkeling or diving, certainly do not miss to dive into the Pemuteran area. In addition to the beauty of the original coral reefs that are there. The beauty of the underwater coupled with the presence of statues that are also overgrown with corals. Located at a depth of about 15-28 meters on a seabed area of 2500 square meters, this is a favorite spot for divers to enjoy the beauty of the underwater Pemuteran.
The area of Pemuteran Underwater Temple is not only an attractive tourist attraction but also a location for divers who are learning to reach the advanced level. Wow, it must be fun, learning while enjoying nature! No wonder that local and foreign tourists who have come to this place feel they are never bored. They still want to come to this place again and again.
Pemuteran Underwater Temple Location
You can explore the Puteri Underwater Temple in the Pamuteran Bay area, Buleleng Regency, Bali. The distance is about 115 km from Denpasar via Bedugul or about 3-4 hours drive. If from the Gilimanuk crossing is 40 meters.
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