“Located within the highland village of Sebatu, Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple is one of the least visited ancient temples in Bali featuring verdant garden, ponds and crystal clear spring pools.”
Tegalalang, Gianyar is a majestic area filled with natural and ancient wonders. Here, lays a peaceful small village called Sebatu in which the Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple resides. The temple offers a refreshing stopover with complex ancient water features, and one of the main highlights is the tranquil setting of one of its singular shrines, which located next to a large rectangular pond with dense green hillside as a backdrop.
Pura Gunung Kawi Sebatu is approachable from the main road of Tegalalang through a descending small and winding path, in which you can get a bird-eye view of the whole temple compounds and its gorgeous water gardens. Just a few steps toward the cobble path, you can immediately enjoy the scenic views of green garden, large pond and pool filled with natural springs. Feel free to take picture in front of a large statue of goddess Sarasvati, or feed the fishes from a floating ‘wantilan’ hall.