When hearing the name of Bali you might remember going to eksotikan directly attractions, but in Bali is not only famous for its art and culture and its natural beauty, the island of the gods is there a place that could be an option as well as a tourist destination, especially for those looking for a place religion tourism and history, namely Vihara Dharmayana, located in the Kuta area of Bali, since being promoted after the reform era, the Vihara Dharmayana Kuta, Bali, which includes historic buildings, attracting many foreign tourists visit mainly from Korea and Taiwan.many foreign tourists, especially tourists from China visited this place, there is hany a merely curious to those who wish to worship melakaksanakan prayers and other rituals in this oldest temple.
many tourists from foreign countries especially from China which is steadily increasing lately, unfortunately it has not many tourists are aware of the existence and history of these temples, so that now local governments are working to continue to promote these attractions, especially to the tourists from the Bamboo Curtain country. Based on the search history and stories of elders, in the village of Kuta has stood the monastery since two centuries ago. Shrine was originally located on the corner of Singosari. Based on a spiritual gesture, then moved to the intersection of Jalan Blambangan Padri. Traces of the old monastery is based the existence of four pairs of “tui lian” or the poem in pairs in Mandarin are offered by the family servant of the three pieces of “tui lian” in 1876, 1879, and 1880. According to Indra’s voice is accompanied by a board of monasteries, such as Made Wijaya and Chairman of the Banjar Suarsa Alim Dharma, Lurih Braba, monasteries before February 23, 1980 called Places of Worship Leeng Gwan Kuta or so-called “Bio Kongco Kuta”. Vihara or Kongco Bio was founded by the Chinese community of Kuta and surrounding areas as a dwelling place of his Majesty Kongco Cin Tan Hu Jin, who is believed to give happiness and prosperity. Adaptation community “Kongco” was in Kuta community, appear on involvement in various traditional rituals and community Dharma Semadhi downs Banjar Kuta. ”Temple is increasingly recognized its existence as a place of religious worship Buddha in Bali after being visited by monks from around the world. Even His Majesty also visited the Dalai Lama XIV on August 7, 1982,” said Indra Voice. He hopes the future will be more and more tourists visiting the Temple Dharmayana, including tourists from China who later arrive in droves to Bali.