In a depression, it's hidden. Maybe that's why it was discovered by Dutch archaeologists in 1923. It's the most famous tourist project in southern Bali. It was first built in the 11th century and has nothing to do with elephants. Continue East into JI Bedulu Street. On the right side of the road is the Elephant Cave. By motorcycle, you can arrive in 15 minutes. It belongs to the kind of scenic spot that can be seen by the road. It is said that this place was once a place for Buddhist monks to practice. The cave in the inner wall of the cave may be a place for practitioners to sleep. Tickets cost 15,000 Indonesian guilders per person. In addition, this platform can continue to go down, below is a pond under the garden, built in the 11th century, she is the most traditional Bali, several centuries later, still flowing with holy spring water, like cave entrance carvings are well preserved, like a small cave, 30 minutes enough to roam through.
I find it interesting that the relics are the main ones. In that cave, there are holes like floating windows on the stone wall, which is said to be the place where monks practiced in ancient times. There is also the holy spring in it, there is no obstruction, you can go down.
On the way to Shengquan Temple, if you wear a skirt before entering, it will be tied up for free. It is not big inside, only a few foreign tourists can be seen. Compared with Shengquan Temple, there are many tourists everywhere. Shops outside the door are bold in bargaining. It is much cheaper than Shengquan Temple, and it is cheaper than a shop in downtown area.
The elephant grottoes are the grottoes of the elephant god and the small forest park. The old woman in the temple sticks the rice grains to the eyebrows of the guests and wears an egg flower. There are more European and American faces in Sangquan Temple than the local people. The holy spring pool is blue with fish, and the water is a little cold. ?
Elephant pool attractions are not big enough, half an hour is enough, there are caves like elephant gate caves, visitors are not many. Almost all of Bali is a temple, like a water temple in a pool. An old peasant dragged me to worship. He thought he wanted to collect money. Fortunately, the old peasant in Bali was sincere.
The elephant grottoes, smaller than imagination, are in the course of a one-day tour. The temple is exquisite and unique. In the caves with a long history, there are statues of Elephant Head God worshipped, but the caves are darker. The external sculpture is also exquisite.
The elephant cave has nothing to do with elephants. Before we went, we heard that there were only some broken stone carvings in it. We almost didn't go there. After going there, we learned that it was a scenic spot built in the 11th century and a scenic spot with a wife's age sense.