Tirta Gangga is an interesting place located in East Bali. Precisely on the highway Abang, Ababi - Karangasem, Bali 80852. A water palace that was built in 1984 by the Karangasem King.
What is tirta gangga? Tirta Gangga Water Palace is a maze of ponds and fountains surrounded by lush gardens and statues. This water palace is an ancient building, but has a unique architecture surrounded by views of rice fields and hills.
The natural atmosphere of remote countryside is very identical to this place. Usually, tourists will find time to visit this water palace after Lempuyang Temple Tour.
The location is about 30 minutes from Lempuyang Temple and 59km if you start from Ngurah Rai Airport. This place starts open at 7:30 am until 6 pm.
If you want to know the complete history of this water palace you can get it by hiring a local guide. They usually offer guide services to tourists and are always ready to provide detailed information about this place.
In addition to capturing photos you can also interact with local people to bathe in the pool to the west of the labyrinth statue.
Tirta Gangga entrance fee? To keep this place good, therefore, the local government charges a ticket fee of idr.35k per person.
The best way to visit the Tirta Ganga water palace
Because, its location far from Ubud ( the tourist center of Bali ). Therefore, we recommend taking a few places that you can put on your tour agenda.
By visiting several interesting places in East Bali will reduce your boredom to do distant tours. Here are some interesting places in east Bali besides Tirta Gangga:
- Lempuyang Temple
- Amed and Tulamben
- Virgin Beach
- Tree House
- Taman Ujung Sukasada
- Chocolate factory in the village of Prasi
- Teganan Village - Balinese traditional village
- Blue Lagoon Snorkeling
Well, these are the places that you can plan as part of your tour to East Bali. Discover the uniqueness and beauty of the place to add to your insight in Bali. See also whats you can to do in near Tirta Gangga - Amed Bali