Ring in the Year of the Monkey by exploring the numerous Chinese New Year happenings offered on the Island of Gods, Bali! Chinese musical performances, Barong Sai Show or If you wish to take your family to the Chinese temples or Vihara in Bali, Here are 5 Viharas or Chinese temples in Bali we suggest you to visit.
Vihara Dharmayana – Kuta
Established in 1876, Vihara Dharmayana is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Bali. Visitor to this temple can get a glimpse into the rich history of Chinese Citizen in Kuta. One thing that makes this temple famous is the visit of one of the world's prominent figure Dalai Lama in 1982.
Opening Hours: 09.00am – 08.00pm
Jl. Blambangan, Kuta | Ph. +62 361 762 362
Vihara Satya Dharma – Benoa Harbour
Officially launched in 2012, this huge Taoist temple is designed with rich Chinese ornaments and beautiful architecture, making it a great spot beside its main function as a place to worship Ma Cho, the god of sea.
Jl. Pelabuhan Benoa, Denpasar
Vihara Amurva Bhumi – Gianyar
Vihara Amurva Bhumi is one of the many unique Chinese Temples in Bali. It is located in Blahbatuh, Gianyar not so far from Denpasar.
Jl. Gajah Mada No. 1, Blahbatuh, Gianyar
Vihara Zhong Yi Miao – Klungkung
Vihara Zhong Yi Miao or also known as Vihara Dharma Ratna is a very beautifully designed Vihara with a nice rice field view.
Jl. Ngurah Rai No. 1, Semarapura, Klungkung
Vihara Ling Gwan Kiong – Singaraja
Jl. Erlangga No. 65, Singaraja
Vihara Cao Fuk Miao
Officially launched 7th March 2007, this vihara has 7 altars that represent the meaning of Cao Fuk Miao, which means eternal happiness.
Jalan Kargo Permai II No. 9, Denpasar
Vihara Ling Sii Miao
In this vihara, there is an unending natural water source that produces a clear stream of fresh water.
Jln. By Pass Ngurah Rai, Tanah Kilap, Denpasar
Vihara Caow Eng Bio
Jl. Segara Ening, Tanjung Benoa, Badung
Vihara Seng Hong Bio
Jl. Pulau Flores, Kampung Baru, Singaraja