Mount Kawi

It is in fact a canyon, whose bottom, the luxuriant valley of the River Pekerisan, is reached by a flight of steps. Its banks hide one of Bali's most ancient archaeological treasures: surprising almost 7m-high niches carved into the rock, each housing a funerary temple. Four are located on one bank, five on the other bank, and a tenth is 1km downstream. They are 11C royal tombs: the group of five is dedicated to King Udayana and his family, the other four to the concubines of Anak Wungsu, his brother and successor.

Useful information




15000 Rp

Opening hours

8am-6pm - belt compulsory - avoid - avoid hottest hours of the day