Visit the walled mountain village of Tenganan as well as Tirtagangga water palace.
The quest to the east part of Bali Island brings certain pleasure and new experience anyone will certainly love. Kerta Gosa is the first destination, bringing you to behold the magnificent Klungkung Kingdom's heritage. Then you will visit Goa Lawah or internationally popular as Bat Cave, where thousands of bats are visible giving you the most unique and scenic sights. The next route will take you to Tenganan Village, an ancient village with the most natural and authentic Balinese culture. After that, lunch at the local restaurant in Candidasa gives you direct wonderful view to Lombok Strait, and then proceed pur way to Tirtagannga water palace. Finally, Puri Karangasem and Taman Sukasada Ujung will be visited as the last destinations.
* Kerta Gosa, the ancient royal court of justice.
* Pura Goa Lawah ( Bat Cave temple).
* Tenganan Village (The Bali Age Village).
* Candidasa beach.
* Tirta Gangga water palace.
* Taman Sukasada Ujung, the palace of king of Karangasem.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: customer's hotel lobby
End location: customer's hotel lobby
Duration: 9 hours 30 min.
well-maintained, model 2012 Nissan Mini Van with A/C that can comfortably accommodate 5 full size adults.
however, if you have 6 in your party and 2 of them are average to small, they can fit in with one in the front 3 in the middle and 2 in the back making it feasible for a total of sixth guests. Please let me know if this is the case. The price of the tours will not increase if you decide to use this option.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 ID R 250.000 - entrance tickets and lunch
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I booked 2 tours from Mully. This is a highly recommended tour and we saw a lot of things. The lunch at the Water Palace is something one should not miss simply because of the scenery there. Undoubtedly, Mully is very professional and a very good driver. One thing though, Mully is not big on communicating. You need to send him emails as a reminder and ask specific questions. Apart from that, he is one heck of a guide and glad I found him.