Just walking around this area was so fascinating! It was not my most favourite, but it was worth a one time visit.
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My boyfriend and I were walking through the stalls which you have to pass through before you arrive at the entrance and a seller shouted after us "you need to buy a scarf to to enter the temple!!" We were not wearing long clothing so...More
This tiny temple, a site of great antiquity, is amazing. The pool below (start there, wash your face in the holy water coming out of one of the "angels"), the cave itself (who doesn't like a great cave?) where Balinese have been meditating for centuries,...More
This temple is definitely worth a visit. While the temple itself is just fine, there is lots more to see moving forward. At the bottom of the temple there is a path that brings you directly into the forest. Be careful that some places are...More
It's a little and beautiful temple in Ubud. Few people visiting, priceless peace inside there. To spend time meditating or only admiring
I enjoyed this place and it was good to have a guide to tell us about the history. It's the site of a Hindu temple and an earlier, ruined Bhuddist temple. The only downside was the guide kept grabbing me in the apparent belief that...More
Our driver - Merta took us there and it was a fascinating temple. Going into the cave was great - very humid in there but wow factor plus.
Elephant Cave is one of our travel itineraries in Bali. A unique temple that is a relic of the historic, clean and well preserved place. With an affordable location and large parking area this place must be visited.
This looked like a site to see but we went in and out in less than 30 minutes. We had a private tour guide walk us through the history and the culture of the Elephant Cave. All in all, nice to see but not too...More