East Bali Tour is a Full Day Tour Package in Bali to visit interesting places in the eastern part of the Bali Islands with a professional Bali Tour Driver as your guide. East Bali Tour will visit tourist destinations like Goa Lawah Temple is a Balinese Hindu cave temple where thousands of bats have nests in this cave, Tenganan Village Is a traditional Balinese rural side with unique culture and social life, Tirta Gangga is a beautiful garden with water fountains and fish ponds around it and Ujung Water Palace are beautiful gardens with fish ponds surrounding the old building which is one of the disappearances of the Kingdom of Karangasem. East Bali Tour is exploring tourist destinations in the eastern part of Bali with the unique life of the local community and passing the beautiful Candidasa beach. This is Bali Private Tours that offers you an unforgettable experience with our professionals who always provide our best services. The East Bali Tour will be more enjoyable with our Bali Tour Driver and transfer the complete AC car. A delicious lunch package will be served at a local restaurant to complement your East Bali Tour with an unforgettable one. Below is a brief description of the places of interest that will be visited during the East Bali Tour.
It is a cave of worship where thousands of bats have nests in this cave. The first site we will visit during the East Bali Tour is the crater cave temple. There is a large temple used by Balinese Hindus as a place of worship to gods. This temple is one of the largest temples in Bali and is strategically located next to the main road that leads to the area to the eastern part of Bali. Blue Ocean is only suitable for this temple with black sand that stretches across the coast. In Goa Lawah consists of two syllables from the cave, which means the cave and Lawah which means bat bats where the tail of Lawah is inhabited by thousands of bats at the mouth of Bali's tourist attraction there is a temple with the status of Khayangan Jagad.In the middle of Goa Lawah there is an ancient temple that survived the horde of nectar bats (Eonycteris spelaea) which sang in the frenzy around and behind the temple at the opening of the cave. Here is also the Shiva temple which has stood for thousands of years, along with a bale decorated with the motif of Naga Basuki, a mystical dragon believed to maintain the balance of the cosmos.The place was once a place for deep meditation for the spiritual, although it seems impossible to do in the midst of chirping, with the opening of a hollow cave that strengthens the noise. However, people believe natural high notes are a constant help in the focus of their minds. The story goes that a prince from Mengwi kingdom hiding from the enemy in the cave and then followed up, finally appearing at the Besakih Temple at the foot of Mount Agung, which is in the northeast of this location. Nobody tried to prove or bring this interesting story. According to local residents and the temple community, I headed to three different locations, Gunung Agung (Besakih), Talibeng and Tangkid Bangbang. There are various records that when Mount Agung erupted in 1963, ash emerged from Goa Lawah Temple. The best time to visit is in the morning when most of the locals who live in the nearby villages come to pray every day.
The village of Tenganan is charming and has some very interesting authentic traditional festivals (ritual dances and gladiators) such as Bali Aga from Tenganan often holding battles between local youth. The Tenganan people are skilled in unique weaving techniques, called double bonds, in which the belief in the magical power of the fabric is very important in bringing out the beauty of connective fabrics.There are several versions of the story that tell the history of Tenganan Village, some say that the word Tenganan comes from the middle or ngatengahang word which means moving to the inner area. The derivation of this word is related to the migration of villagers from the coast to rural areas, where the position of this village is in the middle of the hill, namely the western hill (Bukit Kauh) and the eastern hill (Bukit Kangin)).Another version reveals that the people of Tenganan Village came from the village of Peneges, which is located in Gianyar, precisely near Bedahulu. Based on folklore, at one time the King of Bedahulu lost one of his horses. People look for him to the east and the horse is finally found dead by Ki Patih Tunjung Biru, Raja's right hand man. For his loyalty, the King finally gave Ki Patih Tunjung Biru the authority to rule the land as long as the smell of horse carcasses could be smelled.Ki Patih is a smart person, so he cuts the carcass into pieces and spreads it as far as he can. Therefore he received a large area. Visitors will feel comfortable when visiting this area, for some of the facilities available here, such as food stalls, good toilets, art shops and large parking areas. If we want to eat in a restaurant or spend the night near this area, we can go to Candidasa, which is only 3 km from this village.
Tirta Gangga Water Palace is one of the interesting places in Bali that was designed and built in 1948 by Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem (1887 - 1966), who was the last king of Karangasem. He is an extraordinary man to say the least, not only because he is the architect of the water park but also because he helped build the park. Many people were surprised to find the King in the midst of his lower class workers, working kneeling in mud pools and excavation ponds.The Tirta Gangga Water Palace gardens feature a unique blend of Balinese and Chinese architecture. The water park field (about 1.2 ha.) Consists of three separate complexes, each with a pond and many statues. The lowest level complex has two large pools and a water tower. In the second complex (middle level) Bali water palace is a swimming pool. The third level is the main complex with the former King's country house.Nowadays one can find restaurants and four bungalows in the former hometown of Raja A.A. Anglurah Ketut Karangasem. Building a water park, including the design and work of workers, is King's favorite hobby. Because many of the visitors did not expect this, of course they were surprised to find the King himself working among his workers, standing on his knees in the mud digging the ground.The Tirta Gangga Water Palace is always considered sacred and is regularly used for religious ceremonies in temples. With important celebration days, the Tirta Gangga Water Palace is the destination of colorful processions with offerings, umbrellas, flags and other tributes. Led by a local temple priest, the ceremony is held in spring, accompanied by Beleganjur songs and music, a small gamelan gong-gong group with each musician singing special and different tones on a musical scale, all combined in harmony.
Taman Ujung Sukasada is one of the most popular Bali Interesting Places located in Seraya village in Karangasem Regency, which is the site of the brother of Tirta Gangga, also built by the late king of Karangasem. The complex consists of various large ponds and historic buildings against the backdrop of Mount Agung and the east coast line. The site was almost destroyed by hot ash rain after the eruption of Mount Agung nearby in 1963 and also experienced an earthquake in 1979. The declining recovery effort made its present splendor and continues to attract local residents and visitors.Taman Ujung Sukasada Complex has a combination of Balinese and European architecture in all three large pools connected by bridges and elegant long lanes. The extraordinary physical features and background of the mountain in the north, and the sea in the southwest, make it a favorite location for pre-wedding and artistic photographers. The name Ujung means extreme in Indonesian and often makes it easy for locals to describe its location as one of the island's biggest historical landmarks and interesting places on the easternmost part of the island.The whole Taman Ujung Sukasada covers around 10 Ha of land located about 11 km southeast of the capital of Karangasem Amlapura. The foundation was first established in 1919, under the rule of king I Gusti Bagus Djelantik, the best known as the title of the noble Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem. The complex experienced a series of expansions and additions to the pool around a single pool that served not as a royal bathing place, but a site to punish supporters of black magic or Balinese magic known as pangiwa and leak.This pool is known as the Dirah Pool and is said to have been built during the reign of the previous king of Karangasem, since 1901. The Dirah pool is located in the southeast corner of the current layout, and takes its name from the legendary magician Calonarang. The next two pools were built to add to the Dirah pool, as well as a number of resting pavilions, king meditation venues, and Taman Gili floating pavilions. The complex then shifted its purpose to function as a resting place and place to welcome high-ranking officials on their visit to the kingdom of Karangasem.
- 08.00 - Pick up from your hotel
- 10.00 - Visit Goa Lawah Temple
- 11.00 - Visit Tenganan Traditional Village
- 12.30 - Lunch in Local Restaurant
- 14.30 - Visit Tirta Gangga Water Garden
- 16.00 - Visit Taman Ujung Sukasada
- 17.00 - Back to Hotel
- Suitable for Individual travelers and groups
- Private tour, that’s mean there is no other participant, just only you and your companion
- Negotiable price for group booking
- The payment can be done by cash either US $ or Rupiah, based on the latest exchange rates instantly to the driver after we finish the tour
Capacity of 1 to 6 person