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Discover the royal heritage of the Karangasem kingdom on a full-day tour! Visit several fascina...
...u’ll visit spectacular wonders like the Tirta Gangga water palace, rice paddies and fruit plantations. This day trip sho...
...sit the cool oasis of the Water Garden (Tirta Gangga) with its spring-fed pools, a former water palace of Karangasem kin...
10 hours 30 minutes
...linese history and culture. Some points of interest include Kerta Gosa, Kusamba, Goa Lawah, Tenganan, and Tirta Gangga.
...seaside town of Candi Dasa, then off to Tirta Gangga - the water palace built by the king of Karangasem in 1946. End you...
Our operator's guide will pick you up at approx. 08.30 in the morning at your hotel in South Bali and drive to the north...
...an Village, Goa Lawah Temple(Bat cave), Tirta Gangga and Taman Sukasada. The tour is exploring the tourist destinations ...
Tirta Gangga is a holy site for Hindu Balinese, with a water palace in the midst of lush rustic scenery.
Tirta Gangga is a holy site for Hindu Balinese, with a water palace in the midst of lush rustic scenery. The water palace has 3 complexes representing the 3 levels of cosmos (demons, man and god), with an array of pools and fountains surrounded by stone carvings and statues. The lowest level has a pond with the Demon Island in the middle. The middle level has the swimming pools and the 11-tiered Nawa Sanga fountain in the centre. The upper level has ponds, fountains and spring.
The Water Palace, Tirtagangga, Karang Asem, Bali 80852, Indonesia
+62 363 22503
Amed is a quiet fishing village with a scenic coastline backed by mountains
Mount Agung is an active volcano and the highest mountain on Bali
Lipah Bay is a dive site with coral reefs and the Japanese Wreck of a sunken vessel
Pura Kehen is an 11th century temple complex with 8 stepped terraces, and a majestic entrance of 38 steps flanked by stone statues
The Tirta Empul Temple is a 10th century Hindu water temple dedicated to the deity Vishnu, with shrines to Shiva, Vishnu, Braham, Mt Batur, and Indra
Gunung Kawi is an 11th century temple and funerary complex comprising 10 rock-cut candi (shrines) carved into 7 metre high niches of the cliff face, honoring Balinese royalty of the time
The Klungkung Palace in Semarapura was the residence of the rulers of Klungkung
The Kandi Pat Sare on the Puputan Square at the intersection of Jl Untung Surapati, Jl Puputan and Jl Raya Besakih is a monumental statue of 4-faced, 8-armed Catur Mukha representing the Hindu God Brahma symbolically guarding the four cardinal points of the earth