Karnak Temple1950 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: Karnak Temple , Luxor, Egypt
- Timings: 06:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
- Phone: 20-222617304
- Ticket Price: 10 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Ancient Ruin, Historical Site, Family And Kids
Situated along the banks of the Nile River, the Karnak Temple is everything you can imagine. Dedicated to the Egyptian Gods Amun, Mut and Khonsu, the Temple is spread over some 200 acres and has designated sacred areas for each of the three Gods. The huge premises actually plays host to a large collection of small temples and statues rife with symbolism and illusions-legend has it that every ruler of Egypt contributed to the Temple we know it today by building a temple, statue, etc. Right from the statues that greet you at the entrance to the grand 134 columns hypostyle hall, the Karnak Temple will one of the many jaw dropping things you’ll see in Egypt.
Karnak Temple Travel Tips
- be decently dressed when you visit temples
- cover your head with scarf
- avoid carring any alcoholic drink with yourself
How to Reach Karnak Temple
hire a cab or ask any local to know about public transport
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95% of people who visit Luxor include Karnak Temple in their plan
05 AM - 06 AM
69.79% of people start their Karnak Temple visit around 05 AM - 06 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Karnak Temple
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Karnak Temple
Karnak Temple Reviews & Ratings
It's fantastic place
amazing and good
i don't know any words would describe the place, more than 6000 years monuments everywhere, and the sound and light show at night is perfect
One of the top sites to visit. Karnak Temple was probably the most impressive temple out of all that I'd seen, in terms of its size and the majesty of the structures, but there are other temples far well-preserved in the smaller details such the retention of the colours and more intricate carvings.