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The 11th-century Gunung Kawi is characterized by 7-meter high funerary monuments that are carved into the cliff face on both sides of the brook. One has to walk down a few hundred steps to reach the brook, but the descent is picturesque with rice terraces...More
To get to the main temple area, you have to walk around 20 - 30 mins across rice paddies and hills. As you enter, you will be charged 15k IDR for free sarong rental and maintenance. Afterwards, you will walk through mostly concrete steps across...More
This place is unique, magical, spiritual. I heard a local guide calling it the 'Petra' of indonesia. I have never been to Jordan so I cannot comment on that but I fell in love with this place hidden in the forest.
You need to walk...More
the archeological site totally deserves a visit, but it's best to visit the temple early in the morning if you want to have a relaxing and peaceful experience, although you will not miss all the vendors.
The best way to get there is to rent a scooter (~Rp.60,000 $4...More
10th century Hindu temple set down 315 stone steps in a beautiful lush valley. The scenery is amazing and the temple itself is a marvel. How they cut that out of the rock a thousand years ago is unbelievable. Just beware going up the steps...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... 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.