Gunung Lebah Temple


+62 361 973 285

  • Address:

    Campuhan Main Road, Ubud Village, Gianyar Regency, Bali

Also known as the Campuan Temple because of its proximity to the striking Campuan Gorge where the two branches of the Wos River meet (or campuan in the local language) in West Ubud, Pura Gunung Lebah is one of Bali’s most unusual and a dramatic temple that is said to concentrate powerful earth energies.  The temple was founded by Buddhist priest and founder of Ubud Rsi Markandya in the 8th century and then expanded around 800 years later by Hindu sage Danghyang Nirartha. 

Gnung Lebah mean "Small hill" in an Indonesian language. This temple is very quiet and peaceful. Pura Gunung Lebah is a temple that brought about the birth of Ubud  in history.

Pura Gunung Lebah has some brightly colored statues, painted in traditional gold and red. You can visit Pura Gunung Lebah very easily as it is next to the road and only 5 minutes from downtown Ubud.