Not so much a cave as a temple, but well worth the visit. Ignore the sarong sellers outside, they are free from the ticket office.
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We have been here several times now and love to take friends who have not been here. The place is magical (despite being rather commercial now). Love wandering around for an hour or so. The cave is so-so, but the ponds and waterfall are wonderful...More
A beautiful temple complex near Ubud, worth spending some time here...a small cave temple with beautiful carvings dedicated to Hindu gods nestled amongst lots of greenery. Walk around the place and enjoy its pristine beauty. A ticket worth 15000 rupiah has to be purchased at...More
This temple turned out to be the highlight of our Bali trip. We expected an architecturally interesting temple but the views were a pleasant surprise. The lush vegetation as viewed from the top of the steps and again from the valley itself was great. The...More
Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad I went to see this temple/cave but I’m also glad it was on the way to somewhere else. The temple is small and humid. It’s about 10/15 minutes outside of Ubud and is quite a short experience. Roughly 15...More
Our first impression was "this is nice" but as you go down to the Buda Temple the garden and trees and everything is really stunning!! But you would not need to spend more than an hour there!!
This is the most beautiful temple and gardens. You will need walking shoes and a bottle of water. When you arrive you pay for your ticket to enter the temple,then you must get a sarong tomcover your legs in respect to the temple and gods....More
I may have been the first tourist to arrive the day i visited as things were pretty sleepy and many of the shops had not opened yet. My driver walked me to the entry fee building which would have been easy enough to find, i...More