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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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"ancient place"
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"rice fields"
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"holy springs"
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"stone steps"
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"worth a stop"
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"bring water"
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"both sides"
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Reviewed February 5, 2018

If you visit the area of Ubud and there in Tirta Emphul then a time to stop by Pura Gunung Kawi which is only 30 minutes from Tirta Emphul. Prepare energy because the field down the stairs are quite sizable exhaust. But it pays to...More

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Reviewed February 4, 2018 via mobile

If you can handle the 500 or so stairs that need to be conquered for this temple it is well worth it. This temple is deep in the depth down a few hundred stairs, and as my driver said ‘you have to go, it’s worth...More

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Reviewed January 29, 2018

We came here after the busy Tirta Empul and it was our favourite stop of all the temples. You walk down about 400 steps to an 11th century temple and beautiful rainforest. You can hear water running everywhere from the river or the water systems...More

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Reviewed January 26, 2018

There weren't any tourists and the place has amazing energy. This temple is not the same with mount kawi tampaksiring.

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Reviewed January 22, 2018

Visited this temple complex en route to the bigger Gunung Tirta Empul. It was fairly busy but mostly with groups, so they all moved on together giving me the opportunity to sit and soak in the atmosphere in peace. It is in a beautiful mountain...More

Thank Kate S
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Reviewed January 22, 2018

Get a local guide with good english who will show you around the local temples around here- do not miss 'Rocky Temple' or the holy spring temple where you can bathe in the holy waters.

Thank Amy K
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Reviewed January 12, 2018

Flooded with tourists, so not really charming, but a beautiful temple nonetheless. Too many people for us, and not peaceful as it was in other places. So all in all a bit disappointed by the visit, as they force you along a route to buy...More

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Reviewed January 11, 2018

Visited this temple recently as I was staying nearby. There were only about 5-6 other people there, so it was a pleasant experience to explore the grounds slowly. There are ponds and holy springs here - the water is sacred in some of the pools...More

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Reviewed January 7, 2018 via mobile

I really enjoyed my time here, the scenery is beautiful & the stone carvings of the temple in the side of the mountain architecture intriguing. Make sure you wear comfy shoes as it’s a bit of a hike coming back up. There are some great...More

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Reviewed January 6, 2018

I guess I have avoided visiting Gunung Kawi over the years for fear of THOSE stairs, but in all honesty, it wasn't THAT bad. Getting to the beauty is ok, but coming back was really slow going… all the way up! I'm glad we went...More

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Amy K
December 5, 2017|
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Thank you Stephan sadly I can't drive!
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andini42
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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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