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Naureen Chhipa wrote a review Jan 16
New York City, New York188 contributions22 helpful votes
Lempuyang Temple "The gates of heaven." Ubud, Bali Beautiful temple, but the lines are long, BEWARE! We got there 30 min after it opened, and we were still #112 in line!! This temple is about a 2.5 hr drive from Ubud and is known for having the gates of heaven. You can't enter past the stairs above this pic as it's only for religious practices, but you can walk around the non-restricted areas and take pics. To visit, you must wear a sarong and cover your shoulders.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Handojo S wrote a review Dec 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia272 contributions21 helpful votes
We visited this temple in late December 2020 during the Covid pandemic. It took almost 2 hours to drive from Sanur beach where we stayed. Once we arrived on the spot, visitors are required to park their cars in the designated parking lot, and paid Rp.50.000/person to ride roundtrip the chartered minibus to take visitors up to the temple. Steep price, but worth it. The attendants said cars are not allowed to go up because of steep inclination, and there is no sufficient parking space up there. The ride from the parking lot to the temple area took less than 10 minutes, but the view on the surrounding was amazing. Once we arrived on the base of the temple, we had to pay another Rp.50.000/person as entrance ticket. Hmmm....that is already Rp.100.000/person. The attendants gave sarong to wear, and yellow scarf for the ladies to cover the open shoulders. From there to the temple, we had to walk up another 5 minutes. If you like, you can pay Rp.5.000 for the motorcycles to take visitors up to the temple. The view was great, and temple was amazing. It is such a nice place to take pictures. They call it, the gates to heaven, and I think it is. Great place, worth the time.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Dave F wrote a review Nov 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia66 contributions6 helpful votes
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WOW!!!!! We were here during COVID and there was no line waiting to take pictures at the gates of heaven. I can't say for sure if I would wait in a long line for the picture, but I think that I would. IT IS ABSOLUTELY STUNNING!!!!!!!! This is well worth the drive from anywhere in Bali.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Expatleen wrote a review Oct 2020
Ubud, Indonesia80 contributions31 helpful votes
Beautiful site, of course the magical gates with Mt Agung in the background make it special. During COVID times there are hardly any visitors and you have the place to yourself, there is no need to spend more than 20-30 minutes. Photographers who make the magical shots with the mirrored gates to heaven are still around and are happy to assist you.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dsr Rdmw wrote a review Sep 2020
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It was around 3 hours drove from Legian area (no traffic at that time & we were lil bit lost). Recommend to drive with a manual car since the Temple will be high up there. We came when the pandemic is still going on and it was sooo quite. We arrived around 10.30-ish and we got ticket no. 7! The ticket is our turn to take pictures. We were surprised because it usually already crowded & a lot of people queue since early in the morning. There were only some of locals that took pictures before us and less than 5 minutes we already had ours. If you love photography then this temple might be for you. Who doesn't know about the famous gate with Mount Agung as the background? However for those who love to explore there is not much too see over here. The higher temple is off limit. Only for people who come to pray. Correct me if I'm wrong, there are 3 areas. 2 lower area also for praying. It was kinda not worth it because we paid IDR 50,000 / pax for domestic. Maybe its a new price because of this pandemic? The plus was since we were the only visitor as a "tourist", we could take pictures as much as we want without time limit. Btw, the temple is not as high as what people say. We only walked around 5 minutes.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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