East Bali Tours
Tour to East part of Bali you see the magnificent Klungkung Kingdom’s heritage, Tenganan Village, an ancient village with the most natural and authentic Balinese culture. Puri Karangasem the Royal palace and Taman Sukasada Ujung.
The quest to the east part of Bali Island brings certain pleasure and new experience anyone will certainly love. Kerta Gosa is the first destination, bringing you to behold the magnificent Klungkung Kingdom’s heritage. Then you will visit Goa Lawah or internationally popular as Bat Cave, where thousands of bats are visible giving you the most unique and scenic sights. The next route will take you to Tenganan Village, an ancient village with the most natural and authentic Balinese culture. After that, lunch at the local restaurant in Candidasa gives you direct wonderful view to Lombok Strait. Finally, Puri Karangasem and Taman Sukasada Ujung will be visited as the last destinations.
Your Program Planning Trips
👉 Kerta Gosa
Kerta Gosa is located in Semarapura town at the heart of Klungkung regency, only 1 hour from Denpasar city. The entire clusters area was originally named Taman Gili and Kerta Gosa was the name given to two Bale buildings, Bale Kerta Gosa and Bale Kambang. Somehow, Kerta Gosa is more famous than Taman Gili. The uniqueness of Kerta Gosa can be recognized from ornamented ceiling illustrating popular artwork conveying good against the evil painted with the 2-dimension puppet style that the Kamasan village in Klungkung regency is renowned for. As the worthy heritage of Semarapura ancient kingdom, Kerta Gosa and Bale Kembang are now utilized as a sacred place for some Hinduism ceremonies such. As historical complex, here the visitors can also find the ancient and history items such as some pictures of Klungkung King Family and its kinfolk.
👉 Pura Goa Lawah (Bat Cave)
Pura Goa Lawah or Goa Lawah Temple is one of the most prominent and historical temples in Bali named “Dang Kahyangan”, situated at Dawan district, 9 kilometers from Klungkung regency. Inside the temple you will discover a cave where thousands of bats are living and occupying the entire spot. Further, a giant dragon-snake is said living in the cave as well. Goa Lawah temple was constructed by Empu Kunturan in 1006 Caka years. The original name was “Giha Lawah”, meaning the cave. Balinese or worshippers often come here to worship through the Balinese ceremonies. Out of the cave you will be displayed the load of salt makers along the beach in front of the blue ocean temple.
👉 Tenganan Village (The Bali Age Village)
Tenganan Village is located in Manggis district, only 5 kilometers from the main road of Candidasa. Here, the visitors can find genuine traditional Balinese environment. Some of notable events are also conducted periodically such as ceremony dances and gladiator performance. The local people of Tenganan are famous for their thoughtful skills in making ‘double ikat’ cloth and tied woven named “Gringsing” with applying the unique weaving techniques. The houses in Tenganan Village are built in rows, one-of-a-kind, and they seem like related one to another. In front of the house, the native display the homemade products. What distinguishes this village with the other places is the existence of “Mekare-kare”, a Balinese ritual performing warrior dance of young teenagers. The ritual is aimed as indication that a young man has passed the requirements to be part of the village.
👉 Lunch at Candidasa (Local Restaurant)
Lunch at Candidasa is awesome, in the midst of beautiful surroundings while enjoying the beautiful landscape, favorable marine activities such as sailing and diving. Candidasa is a small and serene village on the northeastern coast of Bali, located 50 kilometers from Denpasar. In the midway between Amlapura and Denpasar you will find this tranquil village, a tranquil coastal to see the best view of Lombok Strait. If you see a large pond near the main road, then you have arrived at Candidasa village. From here, you can easily reach the other tourist spots such as Besakih Mother Temple, Tenganan Village, and Lombok Strait. Since the village is relative quiet, here your senses will be ultimately relaxed.
👉 Puri Karangasem
In the heart of Amlapura town, only 78 kilometers from Denpasar city, the Puri Karangasem gracefully stands. This Grand Palace was built by the first king of Karangasem by the end of the 19th century. The key attraction of the Grand Palace is the unique architectures blending three different styles, Balinese, Chinese, and European. The Balinese style is reflected through the reliefs on the doorway gates, the Hindu statue, and on the wall of building. The European style effect can be captured through the entire design of the major building and huge terrace named “maskerdam”. Meanwhile, the Chinese architecture can be seen from the carving motifs on the door, windowpane, and the decorative adornment in the whole building. Another feature that will grab your attention is the main entry gates towering about 25 meters in height carved from the red brick-stones ornamented with puppet adornment.
👉 Taman Sukasada Ujung
Widely renowned as Sukasada Park, the Ujung Recreational Park was built in the south part of Karangasem regency and can be reached from Denpasar by taking the highway of Ida Bagus Matra’s Street and then continued by going to the east part of Bali until you arrive at Karangasem city center. At the first time, this recreational part was built in 1921 by the King of Karangasem as the place for rest and relaxation for the noble family members, or foreign official guests. Taman Sukasada Ujung is shaped beautifully and surrounded by large fish pond. This park has strategic position in the coastal side, south part of Karangasem town and we can find many sources of wellspring there. At the moment, the Taman Sukasada Ujung can be considered as symbol of tourist destinations in east part of Bali. This can be seen from the load of visitors both from local and international.
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The price include:
- Transfers from/to hotel by air conditioned vehicle
- English/Japanese speaking tour guide
- Admission fees, donation
- Parking fees
- Meal specified on tour itinerary
- All prices are net per person
- Children aged from 3-12 years old
- Other personal expenses are not included and will be on personal account.
- Personal expenses
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