Gunung Kawi ("Mountain of poets") is located north of Ubud in the village Tampaksiring Bangli in the middle of Bali at the river Pakrisan. It's situated some 300 metres north of the bemo terminal in Tampaksiring, which is on the main road through the village. Here is the entrance to the path that brings you to the Gunung Kawi. The temple dates back to the 11th century and it is assumed that this ia the cemetery of King Anak Wungsu and his many wives. The Gunung Kawi is located in a valley.
It is a complex of ten in the rock-cut Candi (stupas), which date back to the 11th century. It was thought they were that the grave monuments, but that's probably not right. Now they think it is that the manumits are in honor of the Royal family of the Udayana dynasty. There is also a, likewise in the rock-hewn, ruins of a Buddhist monastery.
Gunung Kawi has several beautiful Sawa and the River runs right through the center of the complex Pakrisan, which divides the complex into two parts.