EAST BALI TOUR
Inspiring Wonderful East Bali Tour
You Ask Yourself??What Do You Visit For East Bali ?
Drive to Kusamba and visit the local fisherman village and fish market where salty fish are being produced. Stop will be also made at Goa Lawah the bat cave temple which was built back in the 11th century. Inside the cave, you will see thousands of bats hanging down from the ceiling as well as holy python snakes that often appear around the cave. Further stop is visit ing Tenganan village where Southeast Asia’s finest textile art is produced. Lunch could be served around Candi Dasa area, then conitnue to the unique Karangasem Palace. You will not miss Tirta Gangga – the royal water garden then drive through Sibetan with a short break at Snake fruit plantation on the way.
Goa Lawah ( Bat Cave )
Goa Lawah, the Bat Cave, the walls of which vibrate with thousands of bats – their bodies packed so close together that the upper surface of the cave resembles undulating mud.
Tenganan / Bali Age
Tenganan is one of several ancient villages in Bali, which is usually called “Bali Aga”. The word Tenganan was derived from the word tengah or ngatengahang which means “move to the inner area”.
Ujung Taman Ujung is located next to the black sand beach of the coastal city of Ujung, is the water palace of the late King of Karangasem
Candidasa is located in the picturesque regency of Karangasem in Eastern Bali approx. 65 km from Bali’s capital of Denpasar. The stretch of coast from Manggis to Samuh village is collectively known as Candidasa, even though it is actually made up of numerous other villages
Tirta Gangga literally means water from the Ganges and it is a site of some reverance for the Hindu Balinese. Strictly, the name refers to the water palace built here from the late 1940’s to the 1950’s by Gusti Gede Djelantik