East Bali Tour

East Bali Tour will take you to explore the beauty of east Bali, enjoy a sightseeing trip to visit beautiful temple, places of interest, beach. We will start our tour to visit Kerta Gosa, the Court of Justice. Next, we will visit Goa Lawah Temple, this temple is popular with its thousands bats on ceiling and wall of the cave. Then we continue our trip to see traditional village of Tenganan. We will then drive to the east part to see 2 water palaces of Tirta Gangga and Taman Sukasada. Duration of the tour is around 9 - 10 hours, this trip is perfect for the tourists who want to spend their whole day for the island trip. The tour will be very comfortable with our private air-conditioning car and led by our friendly english speaking driver who will assist you with the right information about the sites.

Places of Interest will be visited during East Bali Tour

Kerta Gosa
Kertha Gosa part of the Puri Semarapura royal palace and features two main structures, a grand hall or the namesake Bale Kertha Gosa with ceilings filled with Kamasan or wayang style paintings, and the Bale Kambang floating hall. Kertha Gosa complex dates back to 1686 when it was commissioned by Dewa Agung Jambe, then ruler of the Klungkung kingdom. Kertha Gosa has undergone a series of restorations in the past and is one of Bali most important historical sites, the site is open for the public to visit.

Goa Lawah Temple
Goa Lawah Temple is situated on a slight embankment and the name is derived from the thousands bats that are living at the ceiling and walls of the cave.The cave is also said to lead all the way to Pura Goa in Besakih, some 30 km away, but nobody in recent times has volunteered to confirm this since the fruit bats provide sustenance for the legendary Naga Basuki.

Tenganan Village
Tenganan Village strategically located in a valley and surrounded by a range of hills and forest, Tenganan village has developed its own way of life which borned a special custom. This custom then run and reigned the village from one generation to another. Then the culture as an accumulation of the custom presents a unique way of daily life.

Tirta Gangga Water Palace
Tirta Gangga Water Palace is situated in the middle of rice fields around the natural springs of Rejasa, approximately 7 km. (5 miles) north of Amlapura, the main town of east Bali, Indonesia. Tirtagangga royal watergarden is composed mainly by water, plants and sculptures, is a well-known cultural object of Bali and it belongs to the royal family of Karangasem.

Taman Sukasada Water Garden
Taman Sukasada Water Garden to be built in 1849, the construction continued by Karangasem Empire until 1937. It was a beautiful garden used by the King for day relaxation or meeting place. Is a beautiful park with big fish pond surrounds the old Karangasem Empire heritage building. However, it was damaged by Mount Agung eruption in 1963 and an earthquake in 1976.

Tour Itinerary
08.00 - Pick up from your hotel
09.00 - Visit Kerta Gosa Court of Justice
10.30 - Visit Goa Lawah Temple
12.00 - Lunch in Local Restaurant
13.00 - Visit Tenganan Traditional Village
14.30 - Visit Tirta Gangga Water Garden
15.30 - Visit Taman Ujung Sukasada
16.30 - Drive Back to your hotel


Price Option:


Option A:
• IDR 600,000 Per Car (Maximum 6 Person in the car)
Price A Include :
• Private A/C Car, Petrol, Parking Fee
• English Speaking Driver
• 21% Government Tax and Service


Option B:
• IDR 550,000 Per Person
Price B Include :
• Private A/C Car, Petrol, Parking Fee
• English Speaking Driver
• All Entrance Tickets
• Delicious Lunch
• 21% Government Tax and Service


Remarks : Minimum Booking is 2 Person


Booking Term:
• Get special price for group booking
• The tour is private, it means no other participants in the car
• The tour will be assisted by english speaking driver
• Flexible time arrangement and subject to change based on your request
• For single traveler there is additional charge 50%
• Children under 12 years old will get 50% discount
• Infant under 4 years old is free of charge
• Reasonable and fair price
• Payment could be made upon start the tour and no deposit needed
• Payment either in USD, Rupiah or other currencies based on the latest exchange rates