Gunung Kawi Temple
Gunung Kawi Temple Tampaksiring Bali – the oldest and most extraordinary archaeological temple complex in Bali
There are three religious groups On this Temple, the first is a group of Lima Temples. Five temples are named because five tombs and relics are carved to the west on the eastern slopes. A cult group dedicated to Raja Udayana and Anak Wungsu
The Way To Visit This Temple
This Temple is an 11th-century temple complex located on both sides of the Pakerisan River. It consists of 10 rock shrines (Candi in Balinese), which are carved into 7-meter-high sheltered niches on the steep rock face
It is believed that these tombs are dedicated to King Anak Wungsu from the Udayana dynasty and his favorite queens. The temple overlooks the Pakerisan River, which also flows past Pura Tirta Empul a kilometer north.
To enter this site, you have to pay the entrance fee to visit this Temple, which is IDR 50,000 / person. Gunung Kawi Temple opening hours for visitors from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Every temple in Bali you want to enter is mandatory for every guest to wear a sarong and a scarf at the waist. You can buy this sarong or rent it at the ticket counter. Some temples offer free scarf and scarf rentals, while others do not.
Admission: IDR 15,000
Location: Banjar Penaka, Tampaksiring, Kabupaten Gianyar
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.