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East part of Bali

Kerta Gosa

Kerta Gosa is a beautiful historical site situated in the hearth of Semarapura Town, about 40 km east side of Denpasar City. Originally Kerta Gosa is one of the historical building complex of the Klungkung (Gelgel) Palace that was erected at the end of the 17th century, but largely destroyed during the Dutch colonial conquest in 1908. The name of Kerta Gosa is taken from Sanskrit where Kerta means serene and meanwhile Gosa word is derive from Gosita that mean established or announced. Thus the meaning of Kerta Gosa is a kind of a building where the king announces Judicial Legislation, justice, punishment and so on.

There is also other building called Taman Gili or floating Hall (bale Kambang) which was a meeting hall of the kingdom. Both buildings interestingly the ceilings are decorated with old style of Kamasan paintings which telling about local genius of Balinese.

Bukit Jambul

Bukit Jambul is a place of interest in Karangasem Regency, east part of Bali. Bukit Jambul word is derived from Bukit mean hill and Jambul mean crest so Bukit Jambul is crest of a hill. It is strategically located beside of the main road from Denpasar to Besakih Temple and it is one of the tourist destinations that visited on Besakih Tour. It is situated in the plateau area which is blessed with the beautiful panorama of rice terrace and green coconuts three unfolding to the sea.

Besakih Temple

Besakih Temple is the biggest Hindu temple in Bali which the local people call Mother temple. It is located in southwest side bevel of mount Agung, the holiest and highest mounts in Bali. The beautiful panorama of nature from the temple area to the ocean and cool area with the light breeze and unique temple buildings spread out in the temple complex creating the peaceful atmosphere.

The mother temple of Besakih celebrate its festival in every 6 months a year, five years, and the biggest “Eka Dasa Ludra” celebration take place in every 100 (Hundred) years.

Mount Agung

Towering 3,142 metres above sea level, Mount Agung is the highest mountain on the island of Bali and the fifth highest in the whole of Indonesia.
Mount Agung has huge spiritual significance to the people of the island, and is home to the ‘Mother Temple’ of Besakih. It forms part of a chain of volcanoes that make up the back bone of Bali.

At lower elevations the mountain is covered in lush forest, but this soon gives way to a desolate landscape of barren volcanic rock and ash scree. From the peak of Mount Agung the views are extraordinary in all directions, but perhaps most dramatic to the east where the sun rises above Mount Rinjani on Lombok.

Goa Lawah Temple ( Bat Cave temple)

Pura Goa Lawah (the Bat Cave Temple) is one of the island’s nine special Sad Kahyangan Temples, and as such it is the designated holy place to honor the God Maheswara who resides in this section of the island. It was built in the 11th century, name of “Goa Lawah” is literary means “Bats cave” which is inside of the temple exist cave and inhabited by thousands of bats. Folklore said that the caves proceed to the Bottom of Agung Mountain. The temple is considered as the beach temple where religious processions visit the temple every day. The Balinese do neutralizing ritual of negative things after cremation and purifying ceremony at the temple which will be followed by other ritual up on the mountains area. The successful priest who spread the Hinduism concept in Bali Dang Hyan Nirartha are believed ever did his meditation at this temple.

Candi Dasa

Candi Dasa is located at Samuh – Bugbug village and is about 65 km from Denpasar and 12 km from Amlapura. Candi Dasa is a small fishing village on the east coast of Bali in the province of Karangasem, has developed into a popular resort destination. Here you will feel at home among the local people, far away from the hectic tourist areas of southern Bali. There are many activities are possible, trekking in the hills, fishing, diving or snorkeling.

Candi Dasa is becoming more well known for diving. In the village there are several diving schools who can accompany you to beautiful diving spots in the bay of Candi Dasa. In the center of the village there is a lovely lotus lagoon and there are also a number of fascinating temples to visit, the particular interest is the Goddess of Fertility statue within the Candi Dasa temple. There are many hotels of all standards and prices, as well as a large variety of restaurants. Many interesting places are within a short distance of the village.  Candi Dasa is also well known for its shiny white sand. that contrast with the sparkling blue background of the Indian Ocean. Out in the distance you can see Lombok Island and Nusa Penida and the sparkling lights of the “Jukung” or traditional fishing boats will twinkle like swarms of fire flies out on the sea at night bringing a magical feel to the warm tropical nights.

Puri Agung Karangasem or Karangasem Palace

Puri Agung Karangasem or Karangasem Palace was built in 19th Century by Anak Agung Gede Jelantik, the first king of Karangasem Kingdom. Located in the quiet city of Amlapura, approximately 80 kilometers from Denpasar. Karangasem Palace is one of ancient building in Bali.

Today the palaces are open to all visitors and for a nominal donation you are free to wander and revel in the faded grandeur of the kingdom. There are three palaces. The oldest, Puri Gede sits on two hectares and is surrounded by an imposing redbrick wall. Within this huge garden site, reminders of former glory. Courtyards unfold within courtyards, each divided by spectacular gates, symbolizing heaven, earth and hell. Some courtyards were open to the public, where the raja would give audience and hold performances of dance and music.

Adjoining, is the Puri Kangin, which is also accessible through Puri Gede. Across the road is Puri Agung, the palace that is most used today. As this palace is more recent, the architecture shows strong European influence and a large bale in the center of a green lake.

Taman Soekasada Ujung

Taman Soekasada Ujung, also known as Ujung Water Palace or Taman Ujung, is in the eastern part of Bali, Karangasem Regency, which is about two and half hours from The Airport. 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.

From this place you can enjoy a view of the shimmering blue ocean, lush green forest and of course the mighty Mount Agung that dominates the sky.

Tirta Gangga

Tirta Gangga literally means water from the Ganges and it is a site of some reverence for the Hindu Balinese. Strictly, the name refers to the water palace built here in 1946 by the Raja of Karangasem, Anak Agung Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem. It is, however, widely used to refer to the general area which includes the water palace and the lush rural areas around.

The primary draw in this area for visitors is the Tirta Gangga water palace, a maze of pools and fountains surrounded by a lush garden and stone carvings and statues. The one hectare complex was built in 1946 by the late King of Karangsem but was destroyed almost entirely by the eruption of nearby Mount Agung in 1963.[1] It has been lovingly re-built and restored and has an air of authentic royal magnificence. The centerpiece of the palace is an eleven tiered fountain and there are many beautiful carvings and statues adorning the gardens.

Lempuyang Temple

Lempuyang Temple may be a sacred place for Hindus in Bali are located within the eastern a part of Bali, precisely within the Purahayu Village, district of Abang Karangasem Regency. Distance from Amlapura city concerning twenty two km, to the north through the Tirtagangga

The journey took +/- three hours; it had been quite serious and tiring, as a result of the road that competent terribly slim and uphill. However fatigue is offset by the attractive scenery which might be enjoyed from the highest of the hill throughout that climb with the backdrop of Mount Agung panoramic views, additionally to a sanctuary, Lempuyang Temple is exclusive with its natural purity, notably forested areas into the lungs island resort. See the sweetness of Mount Lempuyang; we’ve got to climb over one,700 steps, at the instant on the trail to the highest of that we have a tendency to are in providing cool air from forests that are still stunning and a lot of distinctive.The items that have to be compelled to be ready are the physical endurance and pure conscience.

Amed Beach

Amed Beach East Bali is everything you dreamed it would be a rare and special paradise of outstanding exotic beauty, vibrant culture and friendly people. Here you can finally find peace and quiet, enjoy great food and take advantage of comfortable and inexpensive accommodation.

Amed is set more or less due north of Candi Dasa and east of Tulamben and so makes a convenient stopping point for those traveling around the island. Most people visit Amed to relax by the beach, snorkeling and diving.


Tulamben is a small fishing village on the north-east coast of Bali. It is among the most popular dive sites on Bali since the wreck of the Liberty, a US Army Transport ship torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in 1942 lies just off shore. During high-season, up to 100 divers descend to the wreck each day.

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