Tirta Gangga Ababi located in the village, Abang District, about 83 km from Denpasar and 6 km from Amlapura to the north.Tirta Gangga means water from the Ganges and it is the site of some reverance for Balinese Hindus. Water Palace which was built in 1946 by King of Karangasem. This place used to refer to a common area that includes the palace of water and some rural areas especially around amazing.
The spring is then enabled to meet the needs of the population will of some water and Also as a “purification” of the Gods. For this purpose, the spring was Considered holy and sacred.Religious aspects of built Tirta Gangga to eliminate the tradition of the king’s house: and Also to the general function of decent to watch.
Tirta Gangga is a popular trip from the resort towns near the coast and Candidasa Amed. Organized tours are offered.
Public buses operate from the nearest town (Karangasem) and Perama buses can be rented from Candidasa.
If you are driving yourself, Tirta Gangga located on the main road north east coast town of Karangasem (Amlapura) and quite good.
Tirtagangga built in 1948 by King of Karangasem, Anak Agung Ketut Karangasem Anglurah. This water park is constructed in a very unique architectural style of Bali and China, but almost entirely destroyed by the eruption of Mount Agung in 1963 because it was close to the mountain and has been rebuilt. The center of the palace is the eleven-story fountain, and there are beautiful carvings and sculptures decorate the park. This is a great place to relax and have a real atmosphere of Bali’s past. You can bathe in the pool with a ticket price of Rp 6,000.
The area around Tirta Gangga holds some amazing terrace rice fields. Picture postcard paddy rice terraces of Bali that you have all the photographs taken here.
Lempuyang Temple (Pura Luhur Lempuyang) is about 10 km east Tirtagangga on the slopes of Mount Lempuyang. This is one of the nine temples directional keys on the island. Parking in the car park and walk up the stairs to the temple. Under Temple is always open, but the temple above (at the top of the stairs dragon) are often locked, so it is best to go with a driver in Bali which usually will be able to manage the temple priest to open it for you. This is the peak of the mountain and there are views of a beautiful sunset in the evening.
Taman Ujung Karangasem southeast (Amlapura) is a water palace built by King’s predecessor who built Tirta Gangga. It must be said that a bit low, but still attractive and worth a visit. Park End was built in 1909 as the palace of relaxation and recreation and then by King of Karangasem, I Gusti Bagus Jelantik. This place is mostly destroyed by the eruption of Mount Agung in 1963, damaged again by earthquakes in 1979, and has not been repaired on the same scale as Tirta Gangga. You can feel how beautiful this place. From Tirta Gangga back to the south to the Karangasem and then take a small road south east to the village of Edge. Then continue past the 2 villages, very close to the beach. If you live in Tirta Gangga or Candidasa, you will surely tours off.
This is a great trekking territory with some of the best in Bali goes according to all levels of fitness. Guides can be arranged with ease at the castle of water or from your hotel. In the area around the Strait and sideman (from the main to the street Rendang Karangasem) is very good. A good stating point for trekking information and to find a knowledgeable guide is Genta Bali restaurant in the palace of the water.
Take photos terraced rice field and other views very interesting but does not ignore the water palace it self.
There are many souvenir shops and kiosks at the entrance to the palace of water.
There are few budget accommodation options along the main road both south and north Tirta Gangga. Look for the signs.
Popular resort towns Candidasa Amed coast and easily reached in about 20 minutes from here.Facilities available in this area such as small hotels, small restaurants, and shops and extensive parking area.
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