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You need to go down around 300 steps, the scenery around is really beautiful. Rice terraces and many trees (well it is Bali). The temple is different from the type of temple you can see here. Not that many tourists, many sellers on the way...More
En route from the famous Tegalalang rice terraces to Tirta Empul (to see the purification bathing rituals), da WanderingWabbits' highly-knowledgeable driver Surya detoured to show us the Gunung Kawi Sebatu Holy Spring Water Temple.
He said we'd like it - he was so right! Sebatu...More
This temple was my favorite in all of Bali. Having gone to most of the top 10 on the typical tourism article about bali, i loved this one the most. It has more areas and more natural beauty than all the other temples i saw...More
Beautiful heritage Kawi mountain temple, sebatu Tampak Siring Bali, 315 derivative of stairs on the way to this temple, silent walking meditation 🧘♀️ Very peaceful area, mindfullness meditation and sacral place
Will be back to this place one day
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One of temples in Ubud. Amazing place, sacred.. its sooo beautiful how religious are local people! You have to pay for parling, but its like 2000 rupiahs (0,12€). Ridiculous price. Entrance is 15000 rupiahs. Dont buy saram(material to cover your legs) if you dont want...More
Very peaceful, unlike busy angkor wat, with lovely ponds with crystal clear (holy) water thriving with carps. Take a walk slowly and deliberately to take in the spiritual air of this place. Many good photographic angles.
This temple was built between the 7th and the 9th century by a son for the memory of his father. The access is long with many stairs. Once arrived, you understand this place to be in the forest to provide peace and quietness. I really...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.