Our East Bali tour includes a visit to:
Kerta Gosa pavilion: Part of the Klungkung palace and often called the Court of Justice, this complex was first built in the early 18th century and was first used as a court of law. The ceiling of Kerta Gosa is elaborately painted in a traditional Balinese style that resembles wayang (or shadow puppetry).
Tenganan village: A traditional Bali Aga village (the original inhabitants of Bali) that still holds to the original traditions, ceremonies and rules of the ancient Balinese. It is known for its gamelan selonding music and geringsing double ikat textiles.
Pantai Pasir Putih (White Sand Beach): A beautiful beach that is good for swimming, relaxing, or snorkeling. Massages are also available on the beach.
Taman Ujung (Ujung Water Palace): A former palace in the Karangasem Regency that was completed in 1921. The palace features three large pools. In the middle of the main pool, there is a building named Gili Bale that is connected to the edge of the pool by bridge.
Tirta gangga Water Palace: A former royal palace whose name literally means "water from the Ganges" that is sacred site within the Bali-Hindu religion. It features a maze of pools and fountains surrounded by a lush garden and stone carvings and statues.
Kerta Gosa, Court of Justice
weaving in Tenganan village
White Sand (Virgin) Beach
Taman Ujung (photo by Manuae)
Tirtagganga Water Palace