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Rambut Siwi temple and Rambat Siwi Beach, Bali

Monday, September 8, 2008

Pura Rambut Siwi is one of the coastal temples in Bali and is perched on a cliff in the west of the island. It is not however one of the 9 ‘kayangan jagat’ or directional temples that protect Bali from evil spirits in all directions. The temple was founded in the 16th Century by a Hindu priest from Java named Niratha. He loved the location and after building the temple spent his time spreading the Hindu religion in the Bali. Before he left the temple he gave a lock of his hair and a set of his clothes which are supposedly still at Pura Rambut Siwi stored in the inner courtyard. The temple is now known as ‘the temple for worshipping the hair’ .

Rambat Siwi Beach in Bali in Indonesia offers idyllic vistas over the tropical shores and the perfect venue to enjoy the splendid beauty of island. It is located in close proximity to the two key towns of Bali - Negara and Denpasar. The stunning beach is only 15 kms away from Negara. Thus after you soak yourself in the shimmering waters of Bali, do not miss out the nearby tourist places which are great spots for Sightseeing in Bali. The fabulous setting of Rambat Siwi Beach in Bali on the main Denpasar-Gilimanuk makes it one of the most visited beaches of Bali. The exquisite beach is a scenic spot for the locals as well as the tourists looking to capture the amazing sights and sounds of Bali.

Rambat Siwi Beach in Bali is just perfect venue for spending endless hours in soaking up the classic beauty of the sea and observing the world pass by. This astonishingly gorgeous seashore offers fabulous views of a temple called Rambut Siwi Temple. If you are looking for a serene place where the natural splendor meets with the vibrancy of Bali, it is here that you are certain to get what you want. This beach is not overcrowded like other beaches in Bali and thus is the ideal place to unwind and forget all your tensions in life.

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