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Ancient cave ruins discovered by the Dutch in the 14th century. When discovered, the entrance of the cave resembled an elephant, so it has come to be known as Goa Gajah (elephant's cave).
As you go inside from a large opening entrance, you find a T-shaped space, where Hindu and Buddhist priests reportedly used to meditate.
|Tirta Empul Temple||
This temple is very famous for its holy water. Clear water, appropriately called holy water, gushes forth from the spring inside the temple. Bathing facilities outside the temple attract many people who cleanse their bodies in its holy water and pray. The Villa of the late President Sukarno is located on a hill looking down the temple, currently used as a guest house by the government.
Tegalalang is a small village, a 20-minute drive from the center of Ubud. You must have seen beautiful terraced fields along the valley of this village in a Bali tour book. As rice can be cultivated 2-3 times a year in Bali, you can enjoy different colors such as green, gold, and brown, depending on the season. You can also walk around terraced rice fields' footpaths.
Relaxing lunchtime in Tegalalang with a view of terraced rice fields
|Ubud Market in located in the center of Ubud, along with 2 shopping streets, Monkey Forest Street and Hanoman Street. You can shop until you drop, refresh at a street spa, and read your book at a stylish cafe... Please enjoy yourself as you like.|
Ceruk is famous around the world for its goldwork and silverwork. The entire village is practically a workshop, where delicate products with artistry are made by hand. You can buy excellent accessories and the gamelan ball known for its healing effects here.
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