Foreign Tourist Visits to Bali's Ulun Danu Temple Raise to 30 Percent
The number of foreign tourists visiting the Ulun Danu Temple at Beratan Bedugul, Tabanan Regency, Bali, has increased by 30 percent. The increase occu
TRIBUNBATAM.id - The number of foreign tourists visiting the Ulun Danu Temple at Beratan Bedugul, Tabanan Regency, Bali, has increased by 30 percent.
The increase occurred after the reopening of international flights to the Island of the Gods, as well as the easing of requirements for foreign travelers (PPLN).
Public Relations of Ulun Danu Tourism Object, Made Sukarata, explained that the tourists who visited these tourist spots came from Russia, Australia, and India.
"Especially for foreign tourists, several international flights to Bali, from last month, foreign tourist visits reached 30 people, but in March and April this has been 100 people per day," he said, quoted from Kompas.com, Saturday (4/16).
Meanwhile, he continued, the number of domestic tourist visits was still at 300 people per day or there had been no increase.
Ulun Danu Temple is 63 kilometers (km) from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, with a driving duration of approximately 1 hour 45 minutes.
Ulun Danu Temple was founded in 1556 Saka year by I Gusti Agung Putu. It is located at an altitude of 1,200 meters above sea level (masl).
In the temple complex, there are five temples, including the Agung Penataran Temple, Dalem Purwa Temple, Taman Beiji Temple, Lingga Petak Temple, and Prajapati Temple, as well as a Buddhist stupa.
(TRIBUNBATAM.id/ Lia Sisvita Dinatri)