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Goa Gajah - Bali

Elephant Cave

Tiny entrance

me as Elephant

Bathing Temple

This 11th-century cave is entered through the carved mouth of a demon. Tickets required to enter.
Goa Gajah literally translate Elephant Cave. The cave itself is actually very tiny, but the other sections of the attraction actually span in a moderately big land space. As you get down from your vehicle, there will be many vendors approaching you to buy sarongs (a garment consisting of a long piece of cloth worn wrapped around the body and tucked at the waist or under the armpits ). You may wish to buy them if you like the design but don't be fooled because the cave actually provides free Sarongs to be worn during the period of visit.
As you enter into the site, there would be many stairs to get to the site. You'll get to see a beautiful arrangement of stones that has been a heritage to the Elephant cave in Ubud. There, you are able to notice the elephant cave situated in that area. Then, moving along the paths provided lies the sacred Buddha shrine hidden in the greeneries.
My experience here was fine, but towards the end of the visit, there were getting more and more people so it was kind of difficult to maneuver around the narrow pathways as there is only one way in and one way out of the site.

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Goa Gajah - Bali Reviewed by Ah Wee on 1:09 PM Rating: 5

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