Whilst we were being driven to the Water Palace it started to pour with rain and we decided not to venture out of the car until the rain calmed down a little. Armed with umbrellas when we eventually did get out of the car -...More
About Tirta Gangga
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Tirta Gangga is more of a water garden than a temple -- the temple itself is tiny, and open only for prayers. The site is gorgeous, and you can spend hours wandering around, taking photos, feeding the fish, and crossing the pond on stepping stones....More
Tirta Gangga was the Royal water Palace. It's a beautiful complex with fountains and small bridges. This place has a peaceful vibe. We visited this place while exploring eastern Bali. It is not too far from Lampuyang Temple.
This place is very very beautiful, describing the place would require a lot of time and effort, so I think that you should go there and check it out!
Stopped by on our way through to amed and what a beautiful place it is! The gardens were lovely and the engineering involved was incredible in its own right! The entire palace including all the fountains are all gravity fed from a natural spring, no...More
This attraction is absolutely stunning. I am lost for words in describing the beauty of this place. The place is absolutely well kept and well maintained and the koi fish in the pond is well bred and very beautiful too. For me personally, this is...More
Great day out and so many wonderful local figures statues with prettiest gardens. Just wandering through here is amazing and delightful. It is worth driving from the a long distance just to walk around in it. It took about 2 hours from sanur
It is one of thous places which are different from so many other similar tourist attractions here and it is realy beautiful