ONE DAY TRIP TO EAST BALI
EAST BALI TOUR
08.00AM – 5PM BACK TO HOTEL
* USD 30/ person (booking min.2 person)
* USD 25/person 3 person ++
|INCLUDE:||TOUR NOT INCLUDED|
|Pickup n drop hotel|
Private Car/Driver as Guide
English Speaking Driver
Lunch ( Driver only bring you to the restaurant )
Entrance Ticket Destination ( Payment on the spot )
Personal Expenses (shopping, etc)
– Lempuyang Temple ( Heaven Gate )
– Tirta Gangga
– Taman Ujung
– Kerta Gosa/Goa Lawah Temple
HOW TO BOOK TOUR WITH US
- Please fill up the Tour Inquiry form below
- This Tour form is not final confirmation, we will need to check the availibility of the tour you request
- We will reply soon as possible after received your Tour Inquiry
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How To Payment ?
– Western Union
- Payment is Cash Payment
- Payment is on the day itself with our driver
- Payment with other currency will convert based on daily exchange rate
You will receive a confirmation email and ticket via Whatsapp .
Terms & Conditions:
Full refunds will be issued for cancelations made at least 24 hours prior to the activity.
Hotel pick up and drop
Seminyak, Canggu, Kuta, Legian, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Denpasar, Jimbaran, Tabanan and Ubud. Pick up services from locations not mentioned above (such as Lovina, Candidasa, Amed, etc.,) are not available due to the distance
Kindly wait at the hotel lobby 5 minutes before the pick up time and present your confirmation voucher to your driver before departure
Lempuyang Temple, locally referred to as Pura Lempuyang Luhur, is one of Bali’s oldest and most highly regarded temples, on par with Besakih (aka the ‘mother temple’ of Bali). It is also believed to predate the majority of Hindu temples on the island. Definitely a highlight on any travel itinerary for the fit and adventurous, the main temple lies at 1,175m above sea level, up on the peak of the namesake Mount Lempuyang in East Bali. The heights are reachable via a steep staircase of over 1,700 steps, with attractions along the way including several other temples and hordes of grey long-tailed macaques that inhabit the surrounding cool mountain forests.
Tirta Gangga is a former royal palace located in the eastern part of Bali Island, 5 kilometers from Karangasem, near Mount Agung. This park is famous for its water palace, issued by the Kingdom of Karangasem.
The Ganges River is a tribute to the Balinese Hindu community. This name refers to the water palace built in 1948 by Raja Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem Agung. However, this name is also used to refer to the area that includes the water palace along with the lush surrounding countryside. Tirta Gangga Water Castle is a pool of mazes and fountains surrounded by lush gardens and statues. This one hectare complex was built in 1946 by the late King of Karangasem but was almost completely destroyed by the eruption of Mount Agung in 1963. Then it was rebuilt and restored.
Taman Ujung or Taman Sukasada, is a park in banjar Ujung, Tumbu Village, Karangasem Regency, Karangasem, Bali. The park is located about 5 km southeast of the city of Amlapura. In the Indies the place was known as Waterpaleis or “water palace”. Taman Ujung Karangasem was built by the king of Karangasem I Gusti Bagus Jelantik, who holds Anak Agung Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem. Originally the area was almost 400 hectares, but now only about 10 hectares.Much of the land has been distributed to communities during the land reform period. This park belongs to the private family of Puri Karangasem. However, public visitors are allowed to visit it.
Taman Ujung was built in 1909 on the initiative of Anak Agung Anglurah. The architect is a Dutchman named van Den Hentz and a Chinese named Loto Ang.☁ This development also involves the undagi (Balinese architects).Ujung Park is actually the construction of Dirah pond which was built in 1901. The construction of Taman Ujung was completed in 1921.⛄ In 1937, Taman Ujung Karangasem was inaugurated with a marble inscription inscribed in Latin and Balinese script and two languages, Malay and Balinese.