East Bali Tour will visit tourist destination Goa Lawah Temple is a Balinese Hindu cave temple where thousands of bats have a nest inside of this cave, Tenganan Village Is a traditional Balinese country side with unique cultures and social life, Tirta Gangga is a beautiful garden with water fountain and fish pond surrounds. Next trip go to Taman Ujung complex has a combination of Balinese and European architecture throughout three large ponds connected by long elegant bridges and pathways. The physical features and superb mountainous backdrop to its north, and sea to its southwest, make it a favourite location for pre-wedding and artistic photographers
Its three chunky meru stand at the entrance to a deep cavern
their tiered roofs of black palm fiber stained
with the droppings of the thousands of bats which dangle from the rocky overhang.
Nobody knows how far the cave extends
it being taboo to venture too deep
but one story claims that it reaches all the way to besakih
12 miles away
while another tells that there is a submarine tunnel to the powerful temple
Pura Peed, on the facing coast of Nusa Penida.
Desa Adat Tenganan Pengringsingan as the innermost community is called) believe that their adat, or customary law, was granted to them by the god Indra in a special covenant, and they have protected the spiritual purity of their realm by an iron-clad obedience to their adat for many centuries. Despite its brittle exclusivity, Tenganan welcomes foreign visitors during daylight hours. For decades, scholars and interested visitors have been attracted to this “living museum”, many of them drawn by the magical geringsing cloth woven by the women of Tenganan. In the recent tourism boom, the trickle of tourists has become a deluge, and the villagers’ response, understandably enough, has been to put a ticket booth by the gate. Visitors are politely tolerated until dusk when the village gates close and only those of the inner tribe remain within.
The water palace at Tirtha Gangga, about 4 miles northwest of Amplapura, was built in 1948 by the last raja of Karangasem, A.A. Ngurah Ketut Karangasem, in a series of formal pools fed by a sacred spring. The eruption of Mount Agung in 1963, which buried much of the neighboring village of Subagan, badly damaged Tirtha Gangga. It has been gradually restored, and is open to the public for a small fee. A small hamlet of tourist accommodations and eating places has grown up here, but the main attraction is the swimming, several designated pools : a large one open to anyone, and a smaller one closer to the spring, for which an additional admission fee is charged. The water is indescribably refreshing, a swimming pool of holy water.
About 2,5 miles southeast of Amplapura
near the village of Ujung on the road to Seraya
are the restored ruins of a vast royal
it was built in 1919
suggestive of a kind of esthetic delirium
on the part of royal
Karangasem at the beginning of the 20 century.
The trip starts by visiting:
Regular Tours Price:
USD 55/car ( 1 till 6 person included)
USD 95/minibus ( 1 till 12 person included)
USD 115/minibus ( 1 till 16 person included)
USD 175/bus ( 1 till 30 person included)
Inclusion : Private Car / Minibus / Bus + Petrol + English Speaking Driver
Note : Entrance fee and Lunch is not include in the price
Inclusive Tours Price:
|Total Person||Price In USD|
|2 till 3||50 / person|
|4 till 6||40/ person|
|8 till 12||35/ person|
Tours as per itinerary with air-conditioned and fuel , English speaking driver , All Entrance fee or Donation, Lunch and Mineral water.