Bali East Tour

Bali has a variety of natural and cultural beauties, so that it becomes an attraction for foreign and domestic tourists to visit Bali, because the choice of tourist attractions is diverse and interesting. East Bali Tour is a day trip package that invites you to the eastern part of Bali to see the natural and cultural beauty of Bali, such as seeing the histories of temples in Bali and seeing the beauty of culture in Bali.


Goa Lawah Temple

Lempuyang Temple

Tirta Gangga Park

Taman Ujung

Goa Lawah

Goa Lawah Temple in Klungkung is a temple located in a cave which is inhabited by a group of bats. The word Goa means Goa/Gua (hole) and Lawah in Bali means bat, so Goa Lawah means “a cave inhabited by bats”. Of the thousands of temples in Bali, some of them have the status of Pura Khayangan Jagat, one of which is Goa Lawah Temple. This temple stands at the confluence of the beach and the hills with a cave inhabited by thousands of bats. Lontar Padma Bhuwana said that Goa Lawah Temple is one of the heavens of the universe/sad heaven as the shrine of Dewa Maheswara and Sanghyang Basukih, with a function as the center of the Nyegara Gunung.

Lempuyang Temple

Lempuyang Temple or Lempuyang Temple is one of the Sad Kahyangan temples in Bali besides Besakih Temple, Goa Lawah Temple, Uluwatu Temple, Batukaru, and Pusering Jagat Temple (Puser Tasik). Apart from being a holy place, Lempuyang Temple is also famous for its photography spots. There are several large split gates with unique statues overlooking the backdrop of Mount Agung. Lempuyang Temple is a sacred Hindu temple dedicated to worshiping Ida Sang Hyang Widi Wasa who manifests as Lord Icwara, located at the top of Bisbis Hill in the east of the island of Bali, from here you can see an amazing view of the largest majestic mountain in Bali. The temple that is best known by tourists with the name of the Gate of Heaven Lempuyang Temple

Tirta Gangga

Tirta Gangga tourist attraction, was once a royal water park of Karangasem in east Bali. Currently, the Tirta Gangga Karangasem park functions as a tourist spot in eastern Bali

There are three main things in Tirta Gangga Karangasem park, gardens, water pools and statues. The location of the Tirta Gangga Karangasem park is in the middle of a rice field area and the water in this park comes from the Rejasa spring. This park still belongs to the Karangasem kingdom.

When tourists enter the Tirtagangga park, the first thing tourists see is the expanse of a pool of water and there is a towering temple on the right. In the water pool, tourists can see ornamental fish and the bottom of the pond. The water in this park is very clear and cool, because the pool water comes from springs not from processed water. The springs in Tirtagangga park by local people are considered holy water. Used in religious ceremonies in the area around Tirtagangga park

Taman Ujung

Taman Ujung was built in 1901 under the name Dirah pool, which means a dumping pool, for people who master black magic. Nice too!

Then in 1909, the king of Karangasem ordered a Dutch architect, named Van Den Hentz and a Chinese architecture, named Loto Ang, to develop the Dirah pool, as the resting place of the King of Karangasem.

The construction of the Ujung Soekasada park, was also assisted by Balinese architecture from the Karangasem Kingdom.

In addition to the king’s resting place, a place for the king of Karangasem was also built to meditate and a place to entertain guests of the kingdom of Karangasem. Construction of Ujung Soekasada park, completed in 1921


  • Rp700.000 Just only for car


  • Transportation according to the number of participants
  • Air-conditioned car (Include BBM+Driver)
  • Private Tour (Participants are not combined with other groups)
  • Mineral Water


  • Costs outside the package / fees not included in the package