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2 Days Tour C

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Destination :

Day 1

  • Tirta Gangga Water Palace
  • Lempuyang Temple
  • Taman Ujung
  • Goa Lawah Temple

Day 2

  • Melasti Beach
  • Pandawa Beach
  • GWK Cultural Park
  • Uluwatu Temple

Price for 2 Days Tour :

  • USD 94 / person ( Solo Traveller )
  • USD 50 / person ( Minimum Booking 2 Person )
  • USD 36 / person ( Minimum Booking 4 - 5 Person )

Include :

  • Petrol
  • Car with Air Conditioner
  • Parking Fee
  • English Speaking Driver
  • Bottle Water for 1 Person

Not Include :

  • Entrance Ticket to Tourist Attraction
  • Lunch & Dinner

Information :

  • Tour Duration 8 - 10 Hours
  • In addition to destnation that we provide in the tour, you can also request or custom your travel destinations while in bali
  • During our trip, all of you also can do or stop some places for shopping

Detail Trip

Tirta Gangga was once a water palace built by the King of Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasen Agung. Built in 1946, this water palace combines typical Balinese and Chinese architecture. The name Tirta Gangga comes from the word tirta which means water and Ganges which is the name of a river in India. The Ganges is one of the consecrated rivers. Thus, literally Tirta Ganga means the holy water of the Ganges. Tirta Gangga was built as a form of respect for the Balinese Hindu community.
The interesting thing about Tirta Gangga is the availability of swimming pools sourced from direct springs. This swimming pool is called Sanen swimming pool. The shape is very distinctive in contrast to most swimming pools. In the swimming pool area, there is a fish pond that can be used as a place to relax or take pictures around the pond.
The water is very cool and clear so it is very suitable to be a place to swim while enjoying the fresh air typical of Karangasem Bali. In addition to a swimming pool for all ages, there is also a swimming pool with a depth of 2 meters upstairs for swimmers who are proficient in swimming.
Based on several sources from the Balinese Chronicle, this temple has been around since the 8th century AD when the spread of Hinduism in Indonesia began. This temple and most of the temples in Bali were built by Rsi Markandeya, a holy man who also spread Hinduism in Bali. The construction of this temple is intended to facilitate the process of spreading Hinduism around Mount Agung which is believed to be the abode of Gods. The name Lempuyang itself comes from the word Lampu or light and Hyang which means god so it has the meaning of God's light. The age of this temple is quite long, making it one of the oldest and earliest temples established in Bali. At the beginning of its construction, the building of this temple was still very simple because it was only made of stone and a large tree.
This temple can be called the highest temple in Bali because it is located at an altitude of approximately 1,174 meters above sea level, Mount Lempuyang. The original name of this temple is Penataran Agung Lempuyang Temple or better known as Lempuyang Temple. This temple still includes the Sad Kahyangan Jagad Temple or the six holy places in Bali along with Besakih Temple. Besides Pura Agung, there are many other temples built around Mount Lempuyang or Bukit Bisbis. There are so many, sometimes visitors often get the wrong destination when they want to visit the Penataran Agung Lempuyang Temple which has the most beautiful scenery. The charm of the beauty of the Penataran Agung Lempuyan Temple also looks more beautiful at sunrise and at sunset. The orange sky and golden clouds in the sun looked so charming through the gaps in the main gate of the temple.

Taman Ujung Sukasada is not an ordinary cool park, but becomes an exotic park that has a high historical value, because it is related to the site of a kingdom. Taman Ujung Sukasada, or Taman Ujung Sukasada is a building development of the Dirah Pool which has existed since 1901. Taman Ujung Sukasada, or Taman Ujung Karangasem was built during the time of the King of Karangasem named Anak Agung Angluran Ketut Karangasem, in 1909. The king was famous as a person who has a love for cultural values. The architects who built Taman Ujung Sukasada involved Dutch, Chinese and Indonesian architects. At first the area of ​​Taman Ujung Sukasada was about 400 ha. However, during the Landreform era, the land was distributed to the community. And now only 10 ha remain, including buildings that have historical value. Ujung Sukasada Park has been hit by earthquakes several times, causing several buildings to be damaged. Precisely in 1976, and 1978.
Ujung Sukasada Park has an attraction that is able to bring in local, national, and foreign tourists. Apart from having historical value, in this tourist spot there is a garden area that has been well organized, thus presenting a panoramic view of beauty that spoils the eye. Colorful flowers, more than one type of plant, grass area, are some of the parts that adorn Ujung Sukasada Park. In addition to the park, at Taman Ujung Sukasada there are also more than one lake. And in the middle of the lake there is an artistic building called Balai Giri, or Balekambang.
The name Goa Lawah is derived from two words: goa meaning ‘cave’ and lawah meaning ‘bat’. It is important to underline that Hindus visiting Goa Lawah Temple do not worship the bats and cave; they worship God, Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa whose manifestation as Dewa Maheswara is believed to reside at Goa Lawah Temple. This temple is one of the Sad Kahyangan, the six main temples in Bali, and is situated under a hill known as Bukit Sari, and close to the beach, Pantai Goa Lawah. It is thus believed to possess natural spirits from both the hill and sea.
Goa Lawah Temple’s status as a Sad Kahyangan means that Hindus from all over Indonesia are able to worship in this public temple, without any distinction as to family, caste or geographical background.
Goa Lawah Temple was founded around the 11th century AD. This temple was founded in 929 Saka or 1007 AD on the initiative of Mpu Kuturan, advisor to King Anak Wungsu. It is also mentioned that in the 14th century AD, this temple underwent restoration and expansion of the complex. According to local people's beliefs, this cave passage is connected to the mouth of the King's Cave in the Besakih Temple Complex, which is about 30 kilometers away. However, in 1917, the passage collapsed due to a major earthquake.
The concept of natural balance which is closely related to the existence of Gua Lawah makes it the center of worship of Bhatara Tengahing Segara, the representation of God in the form of the caretaker of the oceans. In addition, Gua Lawah is also a place of worship for Dewa Maheswara who is the ruler of the southeastern cardinal directions in Balinese Hindu mythology.

Melasti Beach is one of the hidden beaches whose beauty is no less attractive when compared to other beaches in Bali. The clear and clean waters with a turquoise color are sure to amaze you. Melasti Beach is one of the white sand beach tourist destinations. Located in the southern part of the island of Bali and is trending visited by Indonesian tourists. Melasti Beach was once included in the category of one of the hidden beaches in the southern part of Bali. Because the location of the beach is behind a towering limestone hill. Before there was an asphalt road that splits the limestone hill as it is today, to get to the lip of Melasti Beach Ungasan, visitors had to descend and climb hundreds of stairs. Because of the isolated beach location, not many tourists know about Melasti beach in Ungasan.
Pandawa beach (or Pandava beach) is located at Badung - South Kuta tourist region and one of the many beaches in Bali. In the past, this beach is well known to be one of the regions secret beaches because of the location behind a mountainous area that secluded its location to the unknown. Pandawa beach is surrounded by two cliffs with one of them, carved into the cliff face the statues of the Pandavas and the Kunti goddess. The six statues from top to bottom are Kunti, Yudhishthira, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula, and Sahadeva.
Its beauty is unquestionable. The clear sea water, clean white sand, and relatively calm waves make this place quite safe for swimming activities by the sea. Interestingly, this beach is relatively quiet and not overcrowded with visitors, so you can swim as much as you want more freely. The beach is well known as a tourist attraction and its water sport use but it is also known as a seaweed algaculture farm. It has a shallow long beach face that is suitable for farming seaweed by the locals. Water sports are also a favorite pass time for tourist at the beach. Surfing is not ideal at the beach although many other sports are known to be favored like beach volley, jet skiing, and paragliding from Timbis cliff to the beach.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park is one of the tourist destinations in the southern Bali area, precisely in Ungasan, South Kuta. Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) is a cultural park built in the limestone hill area of the Ungasan area with an area of about 60 hectares. The main attraction of this tourist destination is of course the Garuda Wisnu statue, which is currently still under construction, this statue will become a Bali landmark with a statue height of ± 120 meters and a wingspan of ± 64 meters. The construction of the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park was initiated by a maestro I Nyoman Nuarta who is one of Indonesia's best modern sculptors. The concept of the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park area combines land art that blends with the concept of modern Landscape Architecture while still paying attention to the harmony between humans, nature and the creator of God Almighty.
In addition to enjoying the beauty of sculpture, building architecture, and natural panoramas in the GWK Cultural Park area, visitors can also do various other tourist activities such as culinary tours and shopping tours to share souvenirs typical of GWK. At certain hours every day visitors can watch various cultural performances such as Ballet, Bleganjur Gamelan Parade, Kecak Dance Parade, Theater Performances, and various other events.
Uluwatu Temple is an ancient temple in Bali, the historical background of the establishment of this Luhur Uluwatu temple, although it is not clear when it was built, it is estimated that it was built during the Sri Msula-Masuli husband and wife kingdom around the 9th century, built by Mpu Kuturan or by MPU Rajacreta title. Mpu Kuturan is a Buddhist priest from the village of Girah in East Java, he came to Bali because of the urge to teach dharma and religion, was very instrumental in uniting the sects in Bali, so that the Kahyangan Tiga temple was realized, the manifestation of God as the Tri god. Murti and denied Kembulan.
The history of the establishment of the Luhur Uluwatu temple, related to ancient relics or the physical form of the temple, such as the bracket temple or the Kori gelung agung in the temple courtyard that limits the temple grounds, characterizes that this temple is an ancient relic, the physical form indicates that the temple existed before Mpu Kuturan came to Bali.
The establishment of the Luhur Uluwatu Temple building makes you who come to visit, not only can enjoy the sacred and religious atmosphere, but also the beautiful and unique scenery. In addition, you can also enjoy the beautiful sunset view without any obstacles blocking the sunset view. In addition to the attractiveness of the temple architecture and the beauty of the sunset view, tourists can also watch traditional Balinese dance performances, namely the Balinese Kecak Dance. The Uluwatu Kecak Dance is played by 50-100 dancers. Kecak dancers will sit in a circle and wear a black and white sarong.

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