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The former royal palace of Tirtagangga (which means water of the Ganges, Hinduism's holy river) features tiered fountains, gardens, and stone sculptures of mythical creatures spouting water into bathing pools. Just outside the palace grounds, the...more
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I had been here before around 8 years ago and it hasnt really changed.Entrance fee is 30000rph per person and it is well worth the visit.Lots of statues and water features.HUGE Koi begging to be fed and great photo opportunities.Before you get inside the place...More
We ended up taking a tour with a local guide. He was a funny and informative guide. We learnt a lot about this former royal home. The gardens were very beautiful and were a nice place to walk around and beat the heat. You were...More
This is truly a must see and the area is kept very well. Visitors can also swim in a couple of areas. There are market stalls just before you enter and a restaurant up top offering good views over the site. At the rear of...More
Really nice place to visit. Even though there is a temple you don’t need to wear a Sarong when entering.
The entry fee is 3000 Rupiah which is around £1.65 roughly.
Definitely a great place to take pics. I went there around 8am and it...More
if you want to spend some tranquil time with family / your spouse this is the place to head over... there is a huge park like at the top of the water palace. you can just stroll around and enjoy the moments with your life...More
We were travelling from Tulamben to Kuta. Since Tirta Gangga was on our route, we dropped by.
There is an entrace fee of IDR30K for foreignets, and half the price for Indonesians.
You get hire a guide to tell you about the water palace.
It was pouring with rain when we visited the water temple, which apparently isn’t uncommon in the season. None the less, the gardens and water features are beautiful. Friendly guides offer their services for “free”; unfortunately in Bali when anyone approaches you the automatic response...More
Make sure you have this in itinerary for sure when you visit Bali. A beautiful place where we get chill out with nature come man build beauty. Can spend time here by feeding leg sized fishes and capturing moments in your camera. Outside the place...More
TIRTHA GANGGA water palace was built by last king of Karangasem IDA ANGLURAH CHILDREN AGUNG KETUT KARANGASEM who was assisted by the people of Karangasem, began working on January 2, 1948. This beautiful park was built because of his love for nature, art, culture and...More