This man-made cave is richly decorated with carvings and it also contains bathing pools and fountains. Although it has a terrifying face carved on a facade right above the entrance, it is actually a peaceful place used for meditation. When it was discovered, its entrance was considered to depict elephant's head - hence the name.
This archaeological site dates back to the 9th century and since 1995 it is listed as a UNESCO monument. It is a significant spiritual place, so please wear a scarf or a sarong if you want to enter the temple. They are available at the entrance.
Adults: IDR 15,000
Children: IDR 7,500
Address Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Coordinates -8°31'24.733" N 115°17'12.313" E