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We visited here in the afternoon as part of a tour. The first thing that happens is market sellers pounce on you the second you get out of the car, offering ‘free’ necklaces for good luck. Well good luck trying to shake off the most...More
We have been to a few temples in the month that we have been here. Its a beautiful temple and you get a guide to explain things to you. The bat's are fascinating to see. There was a ceremony going on whilst we were there....More
The temple gets her name from a cave where live thousands of undulating bats considered sacred by locals. Balinese people used to come here mainly for the Meajar ajar or Nyegara Gunung ritual held some time after the cremation. It is interesting to see locals...More
The temple is a great big one you can 11th century
enter by paying 10000 idr you get a sarong because its a holy place
A guide will cost you 50000idr
And will tell you a lot.
We came at the time it gets dark...More
We went there on way to water palace , it wasn’t very nice , unpleasant smell near cave as weren’t allowed inside , very strict hotel dress code , I had a maxi dress on still had to wear something tied around my waist ,...More
If in East Bali, this temple is worth a stop. The buildings are typical Balinese temple structures. What makes this site unique is the entrance to the Bat Cave. Although you cannot enter, even during daylight you see and hear the hundreds of bats hanging...More
I went here with my family because I heard about all the bats. It was a very fun experience to see the locals pray and at around 6-7 pm the bats should take flight. I didn't get to see that but I reckon it will...More
I visited here today. And was delighted to be there on a day of a ceremony. It was colourful and interesting. Once the ceremony was over I could get up close and see the bats. They were much bigger than I expected and there were...More
I remembered this place from 1994 when you could stand right in front of the cave, and see thousands of bats.
Now in 2018, there is a large carpark, ticket sellers and hordes of people. When you enter the temple that is built around the...More
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What in heavens name are you talking about? First off,I do not run the establishment. I am merely a visitor.Hence I have no bad karma in this regard.Therefore it is extremely bad karma to berate me for something I am in no... More
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