Bali heaven gate and water palace tour is Favorite full day tour package for who want to discover the east coast of Bali island. for the trip we begin to the gate of heaven of Lempuyang Temple, then head to Tirta Gangga, it is a former water palace of karangasem kingdom built in the late 1940’s to soak into Bali culture. then we headed lunch we serve in Tirta gangga. and then our Trip continue to Taman Ujung Water Palace The complex consists of various large pools and historic structures set against a backdrop of Mount Agung and the eastern shoreline. At the and of this trip we will be Visiting Bat cave temple, It features a complex built around a cave opening that is inhabited by hordes of bats, and its name translates to ‘Bat Cave than Back to Hotel.
Lempuyang temple is one of Bali’s aldest and most highly regarded temples, it is also believed to predate the majority of Hindu temple on this island, the mind temple located on 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 attraction along the way including several other temples and hordes long taild monkey that inhabit the surrounding cool moontain forest. the foot of lempuyang temple there is the great view of haven gate overlooking Agung mountain, this temple an impressive sight with its towering dragon staircase and perfect to take picture for the best view.
Tirta Gangga royal water garden is a favourite retreat in the regency of Karangasem, east Bali. It was built in 1946 during the reign of the late raja of Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem (1887 – 1966). Tirta Gangga saw a series of restorations following the destructive hot showers of volcanic ash from the 1963 Mount Agung eruption. The lavish water gardens owned by the royal Karangasem family feature 1.2ha of pools, ponds and fountains surrounded by neatly cut lawns adorned with stepping stones, ornate statues and tropical gardens. Tirta Gangga is located in the village of Ababi, an approximate 75km east of Denpasar. The complex is a cool retreat in the eastern highlands, perched on the south-eastern slope of the island’s highest mountain, Mount Agung. The Tirta Gangga complex was built around the same time as the Taman Soekasada Ujung, another site located near the coast and 8.5km south in the village of Tumbu. Tirta Gangga, like its sister royal bathing complex, consists of tropical gardens, wading
TAMAN UJUNG WATER PALACE
Taman Ujung ‘water palace’, with its complete and official designation of Taman Sukasada Ujung, is located in the village of Seraya in Karangasem regency. It is the sister site of Tirta Gangga, also built by the late raja of Karangasem. The complex consists of various large pools and historic structures set against a backdrop of Mount Agung and the eastern shoreline. The site suffered near devastation by showers of hot ash following the eruption of nearby Mount Agung in 1963, and also weathered an earthquake in 1979. Restoration efforts throughout the decades made way to its current splendour, and it continues to appeal to both locals and visitors.
GOA LAWAH TEMPLE (Bat cave temple)
Goa Lawah is one of Bali’s most important temples. It features a complex built around a cave opening that is inhabited by hordes of bats, and its name translates to ‘Bat Cave’. This temple was established in the 11th century by Mpu Kuturan, one of early priests who laid the foundations of Hinduism on the island. Goa Lawah is located in the village of Pesinggahan, Dawan district, bordering the Klungkung and Karangasem regencies. This landmark is one of the first stops on tours to Candidasa and further eastern regions within the Karangasem regency. The Goa Lawah Temple is a large complex on the north side of the Jalan Raya Goa Lawah main road. It is a stopover for holidaying locals who come in with offerings and do short prayers before continuing with their journey. For general visitors, it is an included itinerary on temple tours for photo opportunities together with refreshment breaks at the kiosks across the road on Goa Lawah Beach. You can see the outline of Nusa Penida Island on the horizon from here.