Pura Goa Lawah - Things to Know Before Visiting
Jl. Raya Goa Lawah, Pesinggahan, Kec. Dawan, Kabupaten Klungkung, Bali 80761, Indonesia
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About Pura Goa Lawah
Pura Goa Lawah is a Balinese Hindu temple or a pura located in Klungkung, Bali, Indonesia. Pura Goa Lawah is often included among the Sad Kahyangan Jagad, or the "six sanctuaries of the world", the six holiest places of worship on Bali. Pura Goa Lawah is noted for built around a cave opening which is inhabited by bats, hence its name, the Goa Lawah or "bat cave".
Attractions Near Pura Goa Lawah
Bali Safari and Marine Park, or Taman Safari III is a branch of Taman Safari located in Gianyar, Bali. It is one of the popular attractions in Bali and also a different experience. Daily a lot of people visit this place and experience the adventure.
Well known for it's tide pools and sunset views. Gigantic waves continously smashes the rocky coves here creating massive explosions resulting in widespread ocean mist aka "Devil's Tears". Has a history of people getting killed/ missing by the strong waves.
Rocky cove with turquoise water. Popular for scenic views and sunset.
Built on six levels, terraced up the slope, it is the most important, the largest and holiest temple of Hindu religion in Bali. It is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples.
Green surroundings with fresh water that can be swum in. The waterfall includes varying highs that can be climbed after the descent downstairs to reach it.
Goa Gajah, or Elephant Cave, is located on the island of Bali near Ubud, in Indonesia. Built-in the 9th century, it served as a sanctuary. Although the exact origins of the cave are uncertain, it is believed to have been built as a place for spiritual meditation. The cave was rediscovered by Dutch archaeologists in 1923, but the fountains and bathing pool were not discovered until 1954. It is now a tourist attraction.
Where is Pura Goa Lawah
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The only Hindu-majority province in Indonesia, with 83.5% of the population adhering to Balinese Hinduism. Bali is part of the Coral Triangle, the area with the highest biodiversity of marine species especially fish and turtles.