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Goa gajah or Elephant Cave, Bali


Goa gajah or Elephant Cave Bali


  • The Elephant Cave is situated southeast of Ubud, central Bali, Indonesia. Due to its proximity to the Elephant River, Goa gajah is locally identified as the Elephant Cave. It is an important Hindu archaeological site. Ancient bathing pools, relics and a mysterious cave set among green rice fields and a garden attract tourists from all over the world.
  • In 1995, Goa Gajah was listed as a provisional UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The frightening doorway to Goa Gajah appears like a diabolic mouth, indicating that people are getting into a hell because they risk inside through complete darkness. Some people state that the entry symbolises the Hindu earth god Bhoma whereas other people state that it is the mouth of witch, Rangda from folklore of Bali.



Goa gajah or Elephant Cave Bali