Anyways coming back to Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, or Pura Bratan is a major Shivaite and water temple on Bali, Indonesia. Built by the King of Mengwi in 1633 (who later built another water temple, Pura Taman Ayun) this picture-postcard temple is dedicated to the lake goddess, Dewi Danu, to ensure plentiful water and bountiful crops. Set in the Bedugul Highlands, 1,239 meters (feet) above sea level, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is one of Bali's most photographed and iconic temples. Its thatched multi-roofed shrines (meru) are surrounded and reflected by the lake, and its misty mountain backdrop highlights its serene beauty. The main temple is disconnected for normal public entry and only the priests enter to do worshipping.
You can pose outside though for beautiful postcards to send home. The place is normally very crowded but because of open space, you will not notice them. The campus also has a small performing stage which luckily was hosting one of the traditional dance show that day. Indonesian girls dressed in full traditional attire were performing dances to please Gods.