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Gunung Kawi is worth the trip. About 30 min car trip from central Ubud.
50K entry fee. I read other reviews and it said 15K. Obviously gone up. Wear a sarong to see sacred sites.
Loved the beautiful scenery and awesome carvings.
The trip was...More
This temple has elements dating back to the 11th C. The older parts of the complex are carved into the rock face, with the newer ones free standing. There is a long staircase down to reach the temple and then the crossing of a torrent...More
We went here by scooter, while stay at Pondok Sebatu Villa. You will get a free sarong at the entrance. We remarked that the entrance fee (Inr. 30.000 pp) is double the price of Gunang Kawi Tampaksiring and Tirta Empul, while you spend less time...More
I spent c. 90min in Gunung Kawi, there´s a lot of stairs (down, and back up), but it´s all worthwile doing as the temples are beautiful, the views are nice and it´s all well kept. Recommended for early morning to avoid the heat...bring a sarong,...More
The temple is right next to tirta empul so you shouldn’t miss it. You have to climb down many stairs. That’s easy, just the way back is a little harder ;) the temple itself is inside the rock so the walk is worth it!
My wife and I visited this temple during the morning. Not too crowded, but one has to walk down a street filled with vendors on both sides to get to the entrance to buy your tickets, which are reasonably priced for admission 50,000 rupiah. Then...More
This place is just spectacular, it was a 50,000 Rupiah entrance fee but worth every penny. We didn't expect it to be so amazing as from the outside you cant really see anything.
We had already brought a sarong but as with all the paid...More
A wonderful visit to this ancient temple set in a deep valley of rice terraces. Entrance fee is 50,000idr and you get a sarong. A small walk from the car park and many, many steep steps which are very challenging. Lots of places to refresh...More
Pros: Temple surrounded by rice fields and waterfalls, great location for the views
Cons: 200 odd steps to climb down and up so can be tiring
Overall: highly recommend, one of the best attractions near ubud
Beautiful and special temple close to our Villa in Sebatu. Very quiet and tranquil in comparison to the other temples, but very special on it's own. We really enjoyed it plus feeding the fish was the highlight of our third visit to it.
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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
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 entry fee for this temple but definitely some parking charges.