Titrta Gangga allows you to travel back in time and explore the beautiful, manicured gardens of Karangasem water palaces. Located in the village of Ababi, Tirta Gangga Water Palace is a popular retreat in the regency of Karangasem, east Bali that boasts of ponds, pools and fountains.You will find yourself surrounded by neatly cut lawns adorned with ornate statues, stepping stones, and tropical gardens on your visit to this place.The name ‘Tirta Gangga’ alludes to the holy river Ganga in Hinduism and bears of great significance for the Hindu heritage of the Balinese people.A number of pilgrims could be found at the site who carry back the springwater in pots bearing its spiritual value.The central attraction of the garden is an imposing eleven tiered fountain that spouts water in a number of gorgeous cascades. There are numerous impressively carved stone figures holding cudgels that are scattered around the beautiful gardens, mostly of ancient Hindu deities.Visitors can easily get to the middle of the pond by following the polygonal stepping stones that trace the paths. Swarms of large red carp and koi fishes can be seen roaming in the clear waters, and you can feed them from your own hands too! On the other side, a couple of exquisitely carved Balinese dragon statues seem to be the sentinels of a connecting bridge between the two sides of the pond, Click Insta-worthy pictures and soak in the interrupted calm at this historic garden of East Bali.Click Here to Book Now: Bali Instagram Tour
If you’re in for an adventurous road trip then that is what you’ll get trying to locate this secluded beach. Once you do though, it’s a dream come true, Pair Puthit means white sands and that is exactly what you will come across, striking white sands with crystal blue waters making it a tropical paradise. You’ll also then notice something lovely unlike almost every other beach in Bali, this one is so secluded there’s not a single villa or hotel in sight. Making it the perfect place for a hide out. Activities: You can swim in turquoise waters, rent a beaten-up longue chair and enjoy some local eats on the sparsely populated shoreline.
Delve into the beauty of black sands at Amed beach a rare sight of deep black sands contrasting with clear blue sea. The black sand is an effect of volcanic deposits but this is what makes this beach famous. Apart from it’s striking beauty, Amed is also home to numerous fishing villages providing cheap accommodation for the avid backpacker. Seafood is a delicacy here, boasting some of the best delectable seafood dishes you’ve ever tried. Spend a whole day exploring this amazing destination and it’s perks. Activities: Featuring a flat bottom lagoon, it’s also a perfect spot to learn snorkelling and diving, and the reef is a short distance away by boat in calm waters.