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Bali Discovery Eastern Tour Itynerary :

Bali Discovery Eastern Tour Place to Visit : Kertha Gosa, Kusamba Beach, Candidasa, Taman Ujung.

Kerta Gosa

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Bali Discovery Eastern Tour - Kerta Gosa Klungkung Bali

Kerta Gosa is the Hall of Justice, in the centre of the town of Semarapura, Klungkung. It is a part of the former Semarapura Palace, home to the highest ruler of Bali. The ceilings of two pavilions in Kerta Gosa are richly decorated with traditional-style paintings made by artists from the nearby village of Kamasan. It is the largest display of Kamasan-style paintings, showing well over a hundred images, illustrating numerous stories from the Hindu epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana.

Kusamba Beach

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Bali Discovery Eastern Tour - Pantai-Kusamba-Klungkung

located in the village of Kusamba-Klungkung about 7 km to the East of Semarapura. In addition to the known traditional salt-making activities with practical local farmers are hereditary, this beach is also admired for tenacity or subsistence while traveling.
Tenganan Village, The Bali Aga, Baliaga or Bali Mula are the original Balinese people, predominantly located in the eastern part of the island, in Karangasem. They can also be found in north-western and central regions.

Candi Dasa

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candidasa

is a seaside town in eastern Balithat rests on the edge of a lagoon with white sandy beach as Kuta Beach. It is popular tourist stop and is often described as a more sedate and laid back beach alternative to the teeming. Most sources say a fishing village was founded on the site by the 12th century and before the modern name of Candi Dasa was adoped it was known as both Teluk Kehen (“Bay of Fire”)and Cilidasa. There is a temple near the lagoon, with a statue of the fertility goddess Hariti surrounded by a group of children, and cilidasa translates from Balinese as “ten children”, so many Balinese who want to have children go on pilgrimage to this place.The modern name is thought to be a corruption of this older name. The town began to catch on as a tourist destination in the 1970s, since there is good snorkelling and diving in the area and the town provides easy access to other destinations in eastern Bali.

Taman Ujung, a Water Palace for the King

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Taman Ujung Bali

Taman Ujung, a place from which you can see the blue ocean of east Bali as well as the majestic Mount Agung and the surrounding rice terraces and expansive lush rolling hills. Taman Ujung is a heritage site of the kingdom of Karangasem, which had just been restored by the government, along with hectares of gardens and two huge ponds.

Taman Soekasada Ujung, also known as Ujung Water Palace or Taman Ujung, is in the eastern most area of Karangasem Regency, in Tumbu Village, which is about two and half hours from Kuta. The palace was constructed in 1919 by the late King of Karangasem, I Gusti Bagus Jelantik, who reigned in Karangasem between 1909 and 1945. The eruption of Mount Agung in 1963 destroyed the water palace and it was further damaged in the great earthquake of 1979. But the government has restored the area.

A water palace was built for the king to welcome important guests and kings of others kingdoms as well as a place of recreation for the king and royal family. In those days the spacious gardens echoed with the laughter of the king’s wives and children as they relaxed, dipping their feet in the ponds. Now the area is silent and filled with emptiness. Some local tourists and foreigners were busy capturing the remaining beauty in photographs and enjoying its serene ambience.

A long concrete bridge connects the parking area and the palace area. At the end of the bridge is a vast garden. On the north side there is a small white square building in the middle of the main pond connected by two bridges on its left and right. The building previously functioned as the king’s bedroom, meeting room and family room, etc. Here you can see an old photograph of Taman Ujung and also some pictures of the royal family.

Next to the main pond, there is another pond with a bale, a traditional Balinese open air building, in the middle of it. Taman Ujung complex combines Balinese and European architectural features. On the top of a hill there is a dilapidated building that looks like a chapel but has Balinese style engraving on its wall. On the other side, there is a huge statue of a rhinoceros and a bull below it. From this spot you can enjoy a view of the shimmering blue ocean, lush green forest and of course the mighty Mount Agung that dominates the sky.

TOUR PRICES :

Number of pax
(price per person)
1 2-3 4-6 7-10 11-15
Tour Rate USD 80.00 USD 53.00 USD 35.00 USD 31.00 USD 28.00

Includes & Excludes

Price Include :
  • Private Driver
  • Entrance Fee
  • Driving Services Fee
  • Car Parking Fee
  • Toll Fees
  • Lunch
  • English Speaking Driver
  • Licensed Cars for Tourism
  • Air-Conditioned Cars & Petrol
  • 10 Hours Tour Duration
  • Flexible stoping time
  • Insurance Cover
Not Include :
  • Personal Expenses

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  • Be sure and plan your tour. Bring shoes with arch support. Light sandals are not designed for walking on uneven ground. You may have slight hills or uneven steps to deal with. Some of the markets and villages are built on slopped land and good arch and ankle support will be very, very beneficial. Be sure and wear socks.
  • Be sure and bring sunscreen or a hat and don’t forget your sunglasses. In many of the mountain villages, temples and attractions, you will be in the shade, so a light sweater or sweatshirt may come in handy.
  • Many spots that you find your self will have snacks and beverages, but a bottle of water and a small candy bar or dried fruit might come in handy.
  • Have the correct film or memory chip for your cameras.

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