It is located in the centre of Klungkung town. Kerta Gosa was built in the 18th century when Bali was ruled by the dynasty of King Kresna Kepakisan. Separated from the Puri (palace) there is a complec of justice buildings, the hall of justice called Kerta Gosa. The floating hall called Bale Kambang, and the water pool called Taman Gili. The ceilings of the buildings are covered by traditional paintings Kamasan style. They were replaced by using new material in 1930 and renewed in 1960. The palace it self was destroyed during the war between the Dutch and the Kingdom in Bali in the beginning of 20th century.The visitor are crowded enough either domestic or foreign visitors. Entrance Ticket is IDR 12,000/person.
The temple located in Pesingahan Village, Klungkung regency. The temple built in 11th century by priest Mpu Kuturan or Mpu Rajakerta, this priest who created 4 concepts of temple in Bali. This is one important temple located near the ocean, specially use for “Nyegara Gunung” ceremony (Segara it’s mean Ocean and Gunung it’s mean Mountain). The Balinese people use this Goa Lawah Temple for the ocean temple and Besakih Temple for the mountain temple. The cave in the cliff fully with thousand of the bats. Entrance ticket fee at IDR 12,000 /persons.
It is located at Pesaban traditional village, Nongan village, Rendang district. it is renown as an outstanding natural tourist destination due to the harmonious combination of hilly land, rice fields, valleys and the beautiful sea panorama in a distance. From high land, we will be able to witness the beauty of the nature beneath. A stunning fertile rice fields terrace surrounding the area of Bukit Jambul has long enjoyed its reputation as a tourist destination. With a cool air and enjoyable atmosphere, Bukit Jambul is a perfect place to unwind and rejuvenate. There are several restaurants here that provides buffet lunches. Many people stop here after or before visiting Besakih Temple to enjoy the stunning view and have lunch at the restaurant.
Located in slope of Mount Agung about 1000 meters above sea level. This is the first temple built in Bali or well known with Mother Temple, built by the javanese High priest Rsi Markandeya who traveled to Bali in 8th century. Besakih Temple has big complex of temple included the family temple who add later by another Javanese high priest Danghyang Nirartha in 16th century. The main temple courtyard is “Penataran Agung” has a triple throne called “Padmasana Tiga” with separate seats of the trinity gods Brahma, Wisnu and Siwa. Entrance ticket fee at IDR 15,000 /person ( local guide fee is IDR 50,000 per couple).