Bali's Gunung Kawi temple complex

This 11th-century Hindu temple in the central Bali town of Tampaksiring is a huge complex comprising of ten rock-cut shrines dedicated to King Anak Wungsu of the Udayana dynasty and his favorite queens. Set in a scenic forest and terraced rice fields, Gunung Kawi exhibits influences of both Hindu and Buddhist culture.

It's one of 6 of Bali's Most Popular Attractions from Tripatini contributor Heena Adwani.




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