Goa Gajah

Goa Gajah, the Elephant Cave in Ubud, Bali has a very interesting beauty to visit.

It's a pity if you are in the city of Gianyar, but are not visiting Goa Gajah Tourism in Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, which has a very charming beauty.

According to history, Goa is known as one of the temples that has a very high historical value on the island of Bali. Goa Gajah Temple is a sacred location for Balinese Hindus and Buddhists during the reign of Warmadewa Dynasty.

Warmadewa dynasty is known to master the island of God in the range of the 10th century until the 11th century AD. Even though it is very old, the condition of Goa Gajah Temple is still well-maintained.

Goa Gajah Tourism in Ubud Gianyar is perfect for spending your holiday activities, especially during long holidays such as national holidays, or other holidays. 

Arrive at  Goa Gajah, from the parking area, we will go down the stairs to Goa Gajah Temple.

Arriving at the bottom, you will hear the sound of water flowing from the fountain statues. 

The rocks of the former building that was destroyed by the earthquake were also found around the shower. While Goa Gajah Ubud itself, is located not far from the fountain statue. 

The cave entrance is only enough for 1 person.

Outside, there are carvings and 2 guard statues. Inside the cave, it is in the shape of a T, about 2 meters high and 2 meters wide.

In the left and right parts of the aisle also have niches which may have been meditating in ancient times. But now tourists can sit or lie there.

The place is surrounded by shady green trees, so the atmosphere is very cool and beautiful.

According to officers guarding this attraction, the trees are hundreds of years old. The Goa Gajah complex can be seen from the stairs.

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