Not far from the village of Karangsari, up a flight of stairs about 100 steps in total, is the deceptively narrow entrance of a cave. Make a small donation at the entrance and then climb through the small hole. Inside, you will find a huge limestone cave into which temples of both Buddhist and Hindu faiths have been carved. There are four major prayer areas, or shrines, and it's thought that the cave is large enough to hold about 5000 people. It does have all the usual features of a cave including stalagmites and stalactites, pools of water and bats. Be careful as you walk as it can get a bit slippery. After you have explored the cave, find the rear exit which open out on the other side of the hill. Follow the path from there back to the car park.
- As this is a temple, you’ll have to wear a sarong and a sash before you visit. Remember to return them before you leave.
- RP. 10000 is a good donation.
- Apparently the cave is always open.
- Drive to here.
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0.4% of people who visit Bali include Giri Putri Cave in their plan
71.43% of people start their Giri Putri Cave visit around 5 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Giri Putri Cave
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Giri Putri Cave
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