Let’s Visit this Unique Temple in Bali | Gunung Kawi Temple

Hello guys, how was your trip before? In this moment I would like to give a great place for you to visit when you are in Bali. Gunung Kawi temple being a popular tourist destination for traveler around the world who come to Bali. This Temple is situated at the bottom of a lush green river valley lies one of Bali’s oldest and largest ancient monuments. In this temple you will be able for finding the uniquely architecture of Balinese Hindu’s People. Gunung Kawi consists of 10 Candi (shrines) that made from the rock. The memorials cut out of the rock face in imitation of actual statues. They stand in 8m high sheltered niches cut into the sheer cliff face.

Well Guys this tourist destination will make you feel amaze, you will take a long climbs to find the temple location that’s more than 270 steps. Walk through to the temple you will find the great nature scenery of rice terrace in Bali. That might be a great trekking before arriving in the Temple area. Gunung Kawi that consist of 10 Candi, and each candi is believed to be a memorial to a member of the 11th-century Balinese royalty.

The related legend of this temple said that Candi was carved out of the rock because of hard working in the night by the mighty fingernails of Kebo Iwa. The five monuments on the eastern bank are probably dedicated to King Udayana, Queen Mahendradatta and their sons Airlangga, Anak Wungsu and Marakata. While Airlangga ruled eastern Java, Anak Wungsu ruled Bali. The four monuments on the western side are, by this theory, to Anak Wungsu’s chief concubines. Another theory is that the whole complex is dedicated to Anak Wungsu, his wives, concubines and, in the case of the remote 10th candi, to a royal minister. This Temple is recommended for you to visit along your holiday in Bali, let’s prepare yourself and find this unique Temple on your holiday.

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