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It’s unique and beautiful with an old history. There is a small waterfall but cannot swim. A lot of green and trees. If you have breath problems careful with the cave. Inside the cave there is a lot of humidity and the sticks is a...More
You should go there like 1h30 before closing or just after the opening. Otherwise, too much visitors.
It’s beautiful, so you might wanna really enjoy it.
Embraced by the beautiful green Balinese forests, this place is particular, among but above all things, by its (Hi)story....More
Visited this cave as part of a tour. The cave was beautiful but thought there would be more to it, not much to do as you walk around so we ended up stopping off for a coffee while we waited. Temple is nice and you...More
Goa Gajah is an artificial cave that functions like a place of worship. This cave is located in Bedulu Village, Blahbatu District, Gianyar Regency, Bali. Located approximately 27 km from Denpasar. UNESCO noted this cave as a world heritage in the tentative list on 19...More