Gunung Kawi, constructed along a river in the 11th century, is a complex of pavilions and rock-cut shrines carved into the hillside northeast of Ubud (see map). It's a peaceful place, surrounded by rushing water and local farmers harvesting terraced rice paddies.
||A small bridge takes you across the river to the pavilions.||
||The river cutting through the complex.|
||Rice farmers harvesting a new crop.||
||It's literally back-breaking work....|
||A woman separating the rice grains from the stalks.|
Ubud | The Ubud Monkey Forest | The Dances of Bali | The Kecak Dance | The Alam Jiwa Hotel | Cooking at Casa Luna | The Elephant Cave of Goa Gajah | Yeh Pulu | Gunung Kawi | Mengwi | Tanah Lot and Ulu Watu | Shadow Puppets | Candidasa and the Watergarden Hotel
| Pura Goa Lawah | Pura Besakih | Visit to a Cremation | Tirta Gangga's Rice Paddies | Amed and the Santai Hotel | Lake Bratan | Dance Practice in Nyuhkuning | Pura Semuan Tiga's Odalan Festival
Susanne and Andy's Itinerary
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