Sightseeing Goa Gajah

Goa is located in the village elephant Bedulu, Blahbatuh, Gianyar, Bali is the center of the ancient kingdom of Bali, more precisely elephant cave temple is a cave yet because shaped like an elephant so called cave. Location elephant cave attraction is very strategic because it is surrounded by rice fields and river gorge.
Sightseeing Goa Gajah in Bali
Goa Gajah Temple is surrounded by rice fields with beautiful river gorge Patanu, very strategic location does not hurt when you tour and car rental, you are a time to stop here, because it is very convenient because it is on the path in the direction of Denpasar - Sukawati - Lake Batur - Kintamani. Both during the school holidays from outside the island of Bali and many visited here. The purpose of the travelers visiting here in addition to knowledge of the history of the site and its unique natural scenery purbakala yang also full of charm, beautiful and comfortable.
Goa Gajah in Bali
In the courtyard of the Pura Goa Gajah contained Ancient Petirtaan 12 x 23 m2, divided into three chambers. In the north there are three booths with ARCA and in the South there are Arca Shower cubicle anyway, while in the middle of the chamber there are only statues slick. In the vicinity of the cave there is also a pool with seven statues petirtaan Widyadara-Widyadari who was holding the holy water. It is said that this shower seventh as an important symbol of the seven rivers and highly respected in the soil of India as well as the confidence of Hindus in Bali. Various historical evidence that there are elephants in the cave is still maintained and there until now, proves the seriousness of the government and its citizens to continue to preserve the cultural heritage of the ancestors.
Goa Gajah in Bali
Complex cave and baths are in the west of the Patanu. While in the east can be found the natural cave and types of Buddha statues and stone carvings cliff, has largely fallen on the edge of the river, due to the earthquake.
Goa Gajah in Bali

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