Taman Ayun Temple is a royal shrine built in 1634 at the height of the Mengwi Kingdom, one of the islandâ€™s most powerful political hubs disappearing by the end of the nineteenth century. It is about 300 meter east of the former palace of Mengwi . This temple is surrounded by many water lilies. The temple yard is always green and fresh with well cared flowers and grass. Across the temple is â€˜Museum Manusa Yadnyaâ€™, the museum of human ceremony, housing collections describing human life cycles, especially the rituals that follows since one is carried in motherâ€™s womb until he dies off.
Location: Taman Ayun Temple is located in Mengwi, Badung, about 19 km north of Denpasar.
Facility: On the west side of this temple is a descent restaurant inside a building called Wisata Mandala. Public transportation is available nearby the building.