The el-Saghira Temple, also known as by its mission name Egyptian, is the location of the last bonus mission in GoldenEye 007. It can be unlock by completing all missions in 00 Agent difficulty and is playable in multiplayer mode but the map is slightly changed. 


The fictional temple is located in Egypt's Valley of the Kings. Though the level isn't based on any Bond films like the Aztec Complex, which is based on the film Moonraker, the elements of the level is based on the films Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun and The Spy Who Loved Me. The entire temple is filled with pillars, some of the walls have hieroglypics, a small pool, a water filed basement and a booby trap room with the Golden Gun. The key to getting the gun is step on the right tiles. If you step on the wrong tile the bulletproof auto guns appear and you need to exit the room and start all over again. There is no start point and exit in the level.

In Goldeneye 007

MI6 received a letter from Baron Samedi, saying that he had stolen Scaramanga's Golden Gun and wants Bond to go to the el-Saghira Temple to retrieve it. Knowing this is to be a trap, regardless, Bond must go to the temple to recover the weapon. Samedi is not alone, for he had the help of Russian soldiers armed with ZMGs. After getting the Golden Gun, Bond must face Samedi by defeating him three times with the Golden Gun. Samedi is armed with dual magic DD44 Dostoveis. The first time he shoots them as normal DD44 Dostoveis, the second time he shoots them as ZMG (9mm)s and the third time shoots them as Moonraker Laser Rifles.

After Bond apparently kills Samedi, he walks down through the corridors of the temple with the Golden Gun in tow and leaves the temple. Samedi appears and chases after him and begins to laugh.


  • There are many elements to this level that are based on some Bond films
    • Baron Samedi - Live and Let Die
    • Golden Gun - The Man with the Golden Gun
    • Egypt - The Spy Who Loved Me
  • Its possible to kill Baron Samedi the fourth time.


Goldeneye 007 (Music) - Egyptian

Goldeneye 007 (Music) - Egyptian