Every visitor who visits to Lempuyang Temple will be required to wear dress codes, which consist of a sarong and a scarf.
The sarong is a cloth wrapped around the waist to the ankles, while the scarf ties at the waist.
Both are required to wear by men and women and means as a symbol for self-binding of bad behavior and lust.
The dress code must not only wear when visiting Lempuyang Temple but also others temples namely: Besakih Temple, Uluwatu Temple, Tanah Lot, and so on.
A sarong and a scarf actually may be rented at each entrance of temples, whether buy them in art market or online shop.
Perhaps you want to have it easily, visit to QLOORA – a good solution to get various kinds of Balinese Traditional Clothes via online.
Kinds of Balinese Traditional Clothes are:
For more detail, you could click QLOORA to visit and see various kinds of Balinese Traditional Clothes.
Meanwhile, all above may be used as a souvenir when you leave the island. Thanks for visiting!