Balitraveldiary.com – Pura Luhur Lempuyangan Bali is a religious tourism location and is a sacred area for Hindus. Located in Tista Village, Abang District, Karangasem Regency, Luhur Lempuyangan Temple. Which is located on the top of the Bisbis hill, functioned as a holy place to glorify and worship. Ida Sanghyang Widhi Wasa in its manifestation as the Hyang Gni or Dewa Isawara stana.
Before tourists visit this sacred temple, there are a number of things that need attention. Because of its location on the mountain, physical endurance Sneeds to be prepared in advance. So that you are strong to climb around 1750 steps to reach the Luhur Lempuyangan Temple.
Abstinence During Visit to Luhur Lempuyangan Temple, Bali
And there are some restrictions that must be obeyed by visitors. Such as not allowed to say harshly on the way to the location. People with disabilities or grieving people (such as family dead), women who are menstruating. Breastfeeding, small children whose milk teeth have not been dated should not be invited to visit the temple. And may not bring or eat pork on location.
Because the location of Luhur Lempuyangan Temple is very sacred, Hindu people who want to pray must also be sincere in praying and it is said that the word “tired” is never spoken here. While for tourists, this temple is also a challenge. Especially because to get there, tourists are required to climb thousands of stairs.
Pura Luhur Lempuyangan is derived from the word lempuyang which means light, light and hyang to refer to Ida Shang Hyang Widhi. From these words so that Bangkuyang has the meaning of the holy ray of Ida Shang Hyang Widhi that shines brightly.
In Luhur Lempuyangan Temple there is a Stana Dewa or pelinggih called Tirta Pingit. Tirta Pingit is holy water that comes from three bamboo clumps. If the pemedek (Hindus) want to get this water or holy water, the stakeholders (holy people) will cut the bamboo stems from the clump.
Then from the bamboo stems will come out water. The water that comes out is called Tirta Pingit. The Tirta Pingit Pelinggih is located among a cluster of bamboo that grows on the peak at the location of Luhur Lempuyangan Temple.
Location of Luhur Lempuyangan Temple, Bali
From the city of Denpasar, the location of the Luhur Lempuyangan Temple can be reached through the Candi Dasa tourist area through the town of Amlapura (the capital of Karangasem Regency), which takes around 2 hours by car. Another alternative route is through the Karangasem Strait District, through the city of Semarapura by taking a path that leads to the road to Besakih.
The location of Luhur Lempuyangan Temple has its own uniqueness that is pure natural beauty, especially the forest area. His condition is untouched so that the valley and coastal areas of east Bali look very amazing. Tropical trees that grow very fertile and dense.
No wonder when it is said to be the lungs of the Island of the Gods. The noise of birds chirping in the wild, and the number of wild monkeys that seemed to hang, natural treats become fun entertainment during the trip. Guaranteed, a visit to this beautiful temple will not be bored. In fact, it is not uncommon for tourists who choose to come here repeatedly.
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