The underground Hindu temple in Bali, Indonesia, is unlike any other place of worship in the world. Here you can literally get soaked in devotion.
Named as Taman Pura (Temple Garden), it was built as part of an environmental conservation program in 2005 or 2006. The project involved planting of statues and idols at a depth of around 15 meters in the Pemuteran Bio Rock area.
According to Jakarta Globe, “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.”