Ubud, Bedulu, Kec. Blahbatuh, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia
Lovely place without too many other tourists. Peaceful surroundings and the cave itself is impressive. Really enjoyed it but we were with our own guide / driver so super easy.
The place was all right, not sure why they charge 5$ to enter. there is a secret pathway at the end of the buddist temple that will take you to a place they call "panorama". we went with a guide, possible to go on your own but i wouldn't suggest it.
Quite beautiful, but small. Can be visited in 20 minutes. If you manage to avoid large groups of tourists, it's peaceful but otherwise slightly crowded.
Nice place, but yet again filled with tourists and nothing much to see. The Cave gives a better picture background. As Indonesians are very strict about their temple and culture none of the worshiping places allow tourists to enter. So better be prepared on visiting on any of the temples that you get a straight no-no. You can only see the temple from outside with Sarongs/Long skirts tied and no entry for the worshiping place.
It is interesting and has its notable elements but it is another tourist trap. On top of the entry fee are “guides” who are rather earnest in their pitch to earn your money. Given that Bali’s main economic engine is tourism, this is understandable but it does get quite tiresome after awhile. I recommend you read what you can about the place before going and self guide your way around.
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