Bali, Indonesia – Underwater Temple Garden


Located near Bali, Indonesia – there is a mysterious and impressive under water ancient Hindu temple like structure that was built as part of a recent environmental conservation program.




According to Paul M Turley, the owner of Sea Rovers Dive Center in Pemuteran, Bali, the temple site named Taman Pura (Temple Garden) was created in modern time.






Consisting of ten statues and a temple structure, the project was in addition to a number of bio-wreck dive sites and a Reef Gardiners reef conservation project funded by the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAid).






A brochure from Reef Gardiners said the site was “somewhat of an engineering feat” with more than ten large stone statues resting on stone plinths and a four-meter-tall temple gateway that had been lowered to a depth of 29 meters.