Tour Code: BBT FD11
(Price is per car included a private fully AC vehicle, petrol, parking and English speaking Driver)
Private passengers 1-7 person maximum. Pick up time at 3.45 AM.
Duration 9-10 hours.
1. Secret Lempuyang Temple.
Pura Luhur Lempuyang is one of Bali’s nine directional temples and is of great significance to the Balinese culture and religion. Set atop Lempuyang mountain, it’s roughly halfway between Amlapura and Amed as the crow flies. The directional temples radiate around Bali with Pura Luhur Besakih (Mother Temple) at the centre — other directional temples include Uluwatu, Goa Lawah and Pasar Agung. This importance means you’ll often see Balinese families from around the island visiting in full ceremonial attire balancing large baskets of food atop their heads, with the purpose of getting it blessed by the priest at the temple at the top of the mountain.
The secret Lempuyang Temple is one of the most spiritual sites for Balinese Locals. But the gate of the temple also make for gorgeous photograph with Mt. Agung standing tall in the backdrop.Lempuyang Temple entrance ticket IDR30.000 or around USD2.2 per person.
2. Tirta Gangga Water Garden
Tirta Gangga water garden was built in 1948 by the King of Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem. This water garden was constructed in a very unique architecture of Balinese and Chinese styles.
Tirtagangga Water Garden scratches on a 1,2 Hectare area, which consists of three complexes. The first complex lies on the lowest level of this area, where we can find two ponds and a water tower. The second complex in the middle level is the location where we can find swimming pools; while in the third part, which is the main complex, we can find the rest house of the King. Tirta Gannga water Garden entrance ticket cost IDR20.000 or around USD1.5 per person.
3.Taman Ujung Water Palace
Magnificent Water Palace in Bali's East. 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 splendor, and it continues to appeal to both locals and visitors.
The Taman Ujung complex has a combination of Balinese and European architecture throughout three large ponds connected by long elegant bridges and pathways. The physical features and superb mountainous backdrop to its north, and sea to its southwest. Taman Ujung Water Palace cost IDR50.000 or around USD3.5 per person.
4. Candi Dasa Beach
Candi Dasa Beach, a tourist resort built in east Bali with a some hotel and restaurant. The beach is quiet and small boat lied a long the coast. A little bit inside Gili Tepekong island is good to do snorkeling, should be rent a boat to go to this island. It offer the chance to see a lot of coral fish. East part there is Candi Dasa Lagoon and Candi Dasa Temple, the temple located hillside across from the lagoon. can having lunch here.
5. Tengenan Village
Tengenan Village, the village is occupied by Bali Aga people the original Balinese who arrive in Bali Bali before Majapahit arrival. Pandan war (Ngusaba Sambah Festival), will be held around May or June and Double ikat or Gringsing cloth well known from this village. The Village surrounded by the hill, most people in this village make textile well known with Geringsing Cloth. No fixed entrance fee (donation).
6. Goa Lawah (Bat Cave)
Bat Cave Temple (Goa Lawah Temple), the temple located in Pesinggahan Village, Klungkung regency. The temple built in 11th century by priest Mpu Kuturan or Mpu Raja kerta, this priest who created 4 concepts of temple in Bali. This is one important temple located near the ocean, specially use for Nyegara Gunung ceremony (Nyegara it's mean Ocean and Gunung it's mean Mountain). The Balinese people use Goa Lawah Temple for the ocean temple and Besakih Temple for the mountain temple. The cave in the cliff fully with thousand of the bats. Goa Lawah entrance ticket cost IDR50.000 or around USD3.5 per person.
Lempuyang Temple Tour Map
Tour Price include:
* Hotel pick up and drop off
* A Private Fully AC Vehicle
* parking Fees
* English speaking Driver
* Passenger maximum 6-7 person
* Tour Duration 9-10 hours
Tour Price Exclude:
* Entrance Tickets.
* Lunch and drinks
* Personal expenses.
The tour is flexible, so you can skip any itineraries and add it to other sights on the same trek that you want to see.
As the price will be include Hotel pick and drop off, a private vehicle, gasoline/petrol, parking fees and English speaking driver, so when our drivers do offer guided tours at any places that possible for us to do that due to the parking condition and situation, they do so out of goodness of their hearts and at no extra cost to the customer..
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