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.
It is one of the most conservative village of the Bali Age “Original Balinese”. This is a walled village. Within the bastions, all living compound are identical in plan and are arranged in rows on either side of the wide, stone-paved lines which run the length of the village. Tenganan is also well known for its Geringsing cloth or double ikat. Through an intricate process of weaving and dyeing, known only here, a single cloth takes five years to complete. Tenganan has many interesting traditions such as a ritual and art tradition especially Mekare-kare or Perang Pandan (the fight of Pandanus leaves) which takes place only once the year during a festival called Usaba Sambah, tradition of preserving and maintaining the environment, burial tradition, etc.
It is located at Tumbu village in Karangasem regency around 85 km from Ngurah Rai International Airport. The water palace was built in 1919 by the late King of Karangasem, I Gusti Bagus Djelantik but the launching of this complex of water palace was held in 1912. This water Palace was built to welcome and serve important guests and kings from neighboring countries, as well as for the pleasure of the king and his royal family. The most attracting aspect from this buildings complex is the combination of three different cultural elements, like Bali, Holland, and China resulting a very original and authentic architecture. Balinese architecture could be clearly seen from the decoration pattern which are in the form of wayang stories and other Balinese sculpture patterns. Meanwhile, Holland architecture could be seen from the style of building, and Chinese architecture could be seen from the gates, octagonal pool, and Bale Bundar (gazebo). According to Balinese cosmology, Taman Ujung Karangasem is a meeting point of the mountain and sea which are represented by Lempuyang Mountain in northeast, Agung Mountain in west, and sea or Lombok Strait in the east which is only a few meters near from this park. The concept of mountain and sea is very respected and often practiced by Indonesian traditional people.
Candidasa is located in Karangasem Regency, east part of Bali. Candidasa is a tranquil coast offering varying accommodation, from basic to five-star resorts and few good restaurants in between. It is also a strategic place from where to explore the east of the island, which boasts exotic cultural highlights and a range of historical sites and exciting tours to enjoy.
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.