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Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple

Jl. Raya Bayad, Sebatu, Tegallalang | Sebatu Village, Tegalalang 80561, Indonesia
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Jl. Raya Bayad, Sebatu, Tegallalang | Sebatu Village, Tegalalang 80561, Indonesia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Difficult to find and to arrive, but great temple well integrated with nature. Entrance fee 15k rupias

Thank Carlosmarbella
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We came here from the nearby temple in which you can take a bath in holy water. Comapred to that one Gunung Kawi is an oasis of peace and tranquility. There were hardly any tourists and we had the place almost for ourselves. The temple...More

Thank Wojtek C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I loved the grounds of this temple. It was so interesting to arrive at this temple and for it to be very hidden. I enjoyed the walk to the temple, exploring all the different parts of it, and feeling like you were not in the...More

Thank tjmilne
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Gunung kawi temple is known as an amazing temple from the ancient herritage. It's a worth to visit though you have to go with 315 stairs to get there.You must be prepared guys !! But the effort is worthed coz the view is awesome. So,...More

Thank Verdyb
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you are travelling with small kids, infants, toddlers or elderly folk, you will have to give this temple a miss and its probably alright too.. After a whole lot of steps, there are some beautiful cliff carvings (the likes we had already seen a...More

Thank shruti16
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This temple is one of my favorite temple in Bali. By the structure can tell that it's like on of the wonder.

Thank Daniel S
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Gunung Kawi is a temple that you cannot miss to visit. The place is amazing among the natural bali forest.Many steps to do but it worth

Thank Elsa1969
Reviewed November 1, 2017 via mobile

Stunning in the morning (7.30am) when there are no tourists. Beautiful cliff carvings. Do many stairs though.

Thank Frank A
Reviewed October 29, 2017 via mobile

Definitely my favorite temple in Bali: Quiet (we visited in the morning though) and authentic and so full of colors. I think it's really worth a visit!

Thank Miriam H
Reviewed October 28, 2017

The temple is located in little remote area about 45 minutes driving from center Ubud. It looked very old structure which gives them a more authentic look and you feel a little bit of an explorer discovering a new site. It is still a holy...More

Thank 587cosminam
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Amy K
December 5, 2017|
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Response from Stephan1000 | Reviewed this property |
You can go there by motorbike or by car and it will take you about 30 minutes. Just take the main road from Ubud to Kintamani. In Sebatu the temple is really easy to find. It is signposted. Enjoy it.
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andini42
October 5, 2017|
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Response from Manish S | Reviewed this property |
Dear Andini42, I am not sure if there are any timings but i believe it's open all time of the day. Only criteria is that you have to wear a Sarong which is applicable for all temples in Bali. Don't remember if there was any... More
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