Duration: 9 hours
Highlight: Goa Lawah/Bath Cave, Taman Sukasada, Tirta Gangga, Tenganan Village
Bat CaveGoa Lawah is a shrine cave where thousands of bats have a nest inside of this cave. There is big temple used by Balinese Hindu as a place to worship to the god. This temple is one of the biggest temples in Bali and the location is strategically beside of main road from Denpasar to Candidasa. The blue ocean is just apposite of this temple with the black sand unfolding throughout the coastal.
Taman SukasadaTaman Sukasada is beautiful garden with fish pond surrounding the old building that is one of Karangasem Empire's omissions which has the high artistic value and history. This area is generally used by all kings for resting because this place is fully designed with artistic value so that the king his family can found their relaxation, refresh and enjoyable. The old buildings are very beautiful and now it is one of the famous tourist destinations in Bali.
Tirta GanggaTirta Gangga is a beautiful garden with water fountain and fish pond surrounds this area. This garden is built by King of Karangasem for their relaxation with their family. Firstly, this garden is utilized by empire family for bathing place and now have been arranged natty and fascinate. There is big clean water source that is poured into a channel and go to the tower to make a water fountain. This water fountain is an icon of Tirta Gangga which is many visited by tourists.
Tenganan VillageTenganan Village is a traditional Balinese country side with unique cultures and social life from the local community. It is one of the ancient villages in Bali where its society life different from the other village exist in Bali Island. The societies of Tenganan Village strongly keep the unique activities and custom rule that is one of the fascinations for tourist to visit. The house building is kept originally including the model and function to support the rule of village