15. Goa Gajah
Is Indonesia travel playing big in your mind? If so, we would suggest you visit Goa Gajah, a cave with an impressive facade that bears resemblance to an elephant. It falls in the south eastern fringes of Ubud and attracts its fair share of tourists. At first glance, the entrance of the 11th century cave resembles a giant or a rakshasa’s face. Inside the cave lies ruins of Shiva’s Lingam and an idol of Ganesha. The cave looks eerie but will appeal to those that believe in myths and religions.
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