This is a full day excursion to Eastern of Bali. This tour start from 09.00 am to visit Goa Gajah (elephant cave). From Goa Gajah to Kamasan village to see typical traditional painting, gold, silver and brass works take around 1 hour. The next destination is the former royal court of the Klungkung Kingdom, which it’s called Kertagosa.
From Kertagosa take 15 minutes drive to east to visit Goa Lawah temple (the bat cave temple). In this temple we can find the bat cave, which it’ famous for the thousand of fruit bats that live here.
The next destination is Tenganan village, this village is one of the Balinese aborigines village. This village is famous for traditional weaving (Geringsing or double ikat). Candidasa beach is the next destination of this trip. Candidasa has beautiful white sandy beach and one of the diving spot in Bali.
From Candidasa take 30 minutes drive to the east to visit Tirtagangga (the royal summer pool of the former Karangasem Kingdom). This is one of the best views in Bali, especially in the morning when the sun rise from the east.
The last destination is Taman Ujung Water Palace, its located at Ujung viilage this place is have a beautiful park with big fish pond surrounds the old karangasem empire heritage building wich is used by the karangasem king named I Gusti Bagus Jelantik ( 1849 – 1893 ). This place usually for day relaxation or meeting place in their era
More Bali Tour
The highlight of this tour is the magnificent view of mount and lake of Batur, with it’s pleasant weather mountain resort of Kintamani. The tour starts at 08.30 am and return back to the Hotel approximately at 17:00.
Visit the “mother” temple of Bali located on the slopes of the Agung volcano. The sight of the temple against the background of the mountain in impressive and, on festival days, colored banners (named “Penjor”) add a touch of gaiety.
Tour Menguwi, Bedugul
The tour start at 08.30 am. The trip to Bedugul passing by Sayan terrace, beautiful view of Ayung river. The next destination is the former royal temple of Taman Ayun, dating back to the 16th century, one of the largest and most beautiful temples in Bali