Taman Sari and Sumur Gumuling

The entrance of Taman Sari

The entrance of Taman Sari

Our first stop after checking-in at our hotel was Taman Sari, the water palace.

Taman Sari looks very beautiful

Taman Sari looks very beautiful

I liked it very much! Since we were pretty early, it wasn’t too crowded and we could enjoy strolling around the big blue pools.

I like the blue water in Taman Sari

I like the blue water in Taman Sari

The looked so wonderful in the bright sunlight with the blue sky!

This Artist makes Wayan Kulit Puppets

This Artist makes Wayan Kulit Puppets

After this, we continued our stroll and met an artist that was making Wayang Kulit Puppets. I had seen them in action once at our temple’s birthday in Bali. It was very interesting seeing how they are made! 😯

The Tunnel to Sumur Gumuling

The Tunnel to Sumur Gumuling

Then we continued our stroll through a long and impressive tunnel which brought us to Sumur Gumuling, the underground Mosque.

Sumur Gumuling

Sumur Gumuling

There were more people here but it still wasn’t too crowded. Of course everybody wanted to take a picture of him-/herself. 😆

Sumur Gumuling

Sumur Gumuling

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