Narmada Water Palace was built by the aging King of Mataram in 1805 when he was no longer able to climb the 3,726 metres to the summit of Mount Rinjani to make an offering to the Gods. It is a sprawling complex of temples, terraced lawns and water bodies that are said to be a replica of Mount Rinjani and Crater Lake. The highlight for many visitors is the fountain of youth within one of the Hindu temples. It is believed that if you splash it on your face, it will restore youthful good looks.
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