Gunung Lebah Temple is a historic temple which stands on a protruded rock in Ubud. The temple was built in the 8th century and is a popular tourist attraction.
The name of this temple translates to ‘small hill’ in the local dialect, a fact that can be attributed to its location at the valley where the tributaries of Sungai Cerik merge.
Gunung Lebah Temple Ubud, Entrance Fees & Dress Code, Bail
The temple, which remains open 24 hours a day, allows both visitors and pilgrims on a quest for a deeper meaning. To get to the temple, visitors need to access Jl Raya Campuan as the temple is off this road. For the best views, it is advisable to visit the temple in the morning. At this time, the temple is not packed with tourists, and you can enjoy the solitude for a moment or two of reflection.
On arrival, visitors are asked to donate at the temple as part of entrance fees (usually between 10,000-20,000 IDR is appropriate). Visitors must ensure that they wear a sarong to cover knees and ankles. Also, make sure that shoulders and midriffs are covered. If you do not have your own sarong, you can hire one at the entrance for around 15,000 IDR.