Religious Sites in Kuta

Religious Sites in Kuta, Indonesia

Religious Sites in Kuta

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  • PrestonGuild
    United Kingdom54,336 contributions
    This is a convenient Catholic church for tourists staying Kuta.

    A modern building that is in a good location, easy to get to.

    They hold a mass in English on Sundays.
    Written 19 June 2020
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  • Ron N
    Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines105 contributions
    This was my first visit to one of the many Hindi temples in the Kuta area of Bali. The architecture was most interesting and worthy of concentrated effort to enjoy.
    Written 25 December 2018
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  • Emregper
    Singapore, Singapore10 contributions
    Beautiful church with good choir. Enjoyed the mass this evening. English mass is at 6:00pm every Sunday.
    Written 11 August 2019
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  • Shihoko P
    Melbourne, Australia492 contributions
    The external of the Pura is lovely, much like most of the temples I have seen. Inside resembled a disorganised construction site, which mounds of rubbish and dirt, and I was disappointed. What makes up for this is the view of Nusa Dua beach and the ocean on the other side. There is a small snack stall located here.
    Written 31 July 2019
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  • Robert O
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands3,128 contributions
    Men as well as women have to wear a sarong or "traditional dress" to enter the small complex near Kuta beach. Women having their period are not allowed in.

    The Hindu temple is of classical Balinese design with tall gates and beautiful gate keepers. Remarkable is the tower as it has a megaphone placed at the top level. Almost similar to what you see at minarets near mosques. Believers can place their offerings on tables outside the temple compound. After dark dogs at the beach side of the temple are hazardous.
    Written 5 February 2019
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