Today we will pick you up at 9 Am to explore the cultural of East Bali. First we will visit Tenganan Village, then continue with visit to Taman Ujung Water Palace.
Make a stop lunch at Bali Asli Restaurant, delicious food with beautiful view of rice field. Afterwards we will take you to visit Tirta Gangga Palace.
The Bali Aga Village of Tenganan
Tenganan is an unique 700-year-old village. This is home to a community of Bali Aga people, descendants of the earliest aboriginal Balinese who settled on the island before all others. The women of this walled village weave a rare double ikat cloth, which is supposed to have magical powers to protect the wearer, and is greatly sought after for cremation ceremonies. The process is known only in this village and weaving a single cloth can take up to five years.
Taman Ujung complex has a combination of Balinese and European architecture throughout three large ponds connected by long elegant bridges and pathways. This elegant complex is one of the threes water palace built by Karangasem King” Anak Agung Anglurahasa retreat for his family. The physical features and superb mountainous backdrop to its north, and sea to its southwest, make it a favorite location for pre-wedding and artistic photographers. The name ‘Ujung’, means ‘extremity’ in Indonesian, and it often makes it easy for locals to describe its location as being one of the island’s largest historical landmarks and places of interest in the easternmost part of the island.
Tirta Gangga Palace
Tirta Gangga, also known as “Water of the Ganges” which is a beautiful park with the huge water fountain and wide pond located at Abang Sub-district, Karangasem Regency in east part of Bali. Tirta Gangga Park is built in the year of 1948 by the Karangasem King of Anak Agung AgungAngluerah Ketut Karangasem. Before this park is found, there is big wellspring found in this area which the local society believe that this water come from the land is holy spring therefore they call this place is Embukan means wellspring. According to the local believe that this wellspring functioning as a bath place for the god and also used as drinking water for the local community from the nearest village.
- Transportation with Air-Conditioned Car based on private, English speaking guide, Applicable entrance fees and donations on the tour, Refreshment and meals as stated in the program.
Package does not include:
- Accommodation and meals at hotel, Meals and beverages not stated in the itinerary, Tipping