Locally literate as Pura Goa Gajah, Elephant cave temple in Bali is located in the famous tourist area in the center of the island, Ubud. Goa Gajah Temples has an unique architectures comparing to another temple all around the island.
This temple has a cave with Elephant shaped face, That is why this temple called Pura Goa Gajah ( Elephant cave Temple). One of must see temple to visit if you exploring Ubud Village.
Elephant Cave Temple location in Bali
Situated in Bedulu Village, 20 Minutes away from the main tourist center of Ubud. Elephant cave temple easily accessed by any type of transportation. Here is below the google map to reach this temple
Elephant Cave Temple dress code
Since this temple is a respected temple, and highly respected and sacred area, You need to dress properly before entering this holy place. Beside of covering your shoulder, You need to wear sarong and sash.
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If you don’t have one, You can Buy or hire in the entrance gate before reaching the temple area. Be sure also that women during the periods are prohibited to enter the temple.
Entrance ticket fee
Before arriving, Like the rest of attractions in Bali, A small amount of entry fee is collected to start exploring the temple complex. This temple open daily from 8.30AM to 6PM. Goa Gajah Temple Bali entry fee: IDR. 50.000/Person
What To Expect at Elephant Cave temple
Upon your arrival, At the parking area, There are rows of market selling any local products of arts and clothings. You will passed this market before the gate to the temple.
Then, You will need to follow the paths within 5 minutes walk to reach the main attraction of the temple. Here you will see the cave where travelers are allowed to enter.
Inside the cave you will see the Ganesha statue and the symbol of God Shiva. While the other side you will witness a place for worship of Buddhists.
Inside the temple complex is quite, Surrounded by old trees, rivers and Hindu temples for locals to worship.
Nearby this Temple: The holy Spring temple, Pura Tirtha Empul