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Gunung Lebah Temple, Ubud

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
Head to the recently renovated Gunung Lebah Temple, which sits between two adjacent rivers in a lush jungle setting. Listen to the sound of rushing waters, which adds to the ambience of the area. The natural scene surrounding the temple also complements the spiritual, mystical air of being in the presence of this 1,000-year-old place of worship. Check out the ornate and intricate carvings that decorate the entrance and the multi-stepped meru (multi-tiered shrine). Work out when and for how long to visit Gunung Lebah Temple and other Ubud attractions using our handy Ubud tour planner.
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  • Located in the same track to Campuhan ridge walk. It looks bit mystic. Right in front of the temple, there was a bridge of ubud street. And a bit haunted river under the bridge. 
  • A must see if you spend on Bali, a traditional serene place of Balinese culture.
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  • We were there last week and the way down to the temple was very stressful.There are many temples which are more interesting and less difficult to reach 
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