Ganesha Cave

The Ganesha Cave (or Goa Gajah) is found near the Ubud village. The unique archeological site is located between the beds of two rivers: Petanu and Pakrisan. In the XI century, the cave was a sanctuary for the Hindu hermits but the holiness of the place has lasted to this day. These days, the temple brings together the Buddhists and the Hindus.

As you arrive at the entrance of the Cave, you will find a large water bath with six motionless figures standing around it. Historians suppose that the bath used to be a place for visitors to wash up before entering the sacred cave. Inside the Ganesha Cave, there are 15 grots of different shapes and sizes; you will be able to find various symbols and sculptures of Gods.

Allow yourself to be immersed in the beauty of the past.

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