Sebatu Holy Water Temple at Sebatu village, the spiritual journey part of a bigger area of the same name to visit, is highly regarded among the Balinese not only for its painted wood sculpture but also for its dances, music and classical dance customs. Easily explored on foot, the village is laid out on grid of three north- south streets, with the temples and bale banjar (community pavilion) at the northern end.
The bathing springs are worth seeing, as is the carp filled spring pool in the northwest corner. In the center of the pool is an attractive shrine. There are some interesting sculptures, some of them old and some new, among the small, colorfully painted pavilions in the central courtyard.