Candi Dasa, Bali
Candidasa is one of the traveler destination in the east of Bali, however, have much less popular than other beach spots on the southern of the island. However hesitate to visit because the place has many things to offer without making you feeling bored on the way.
You could have much stuff to peer and do in Candidasa including seeing the outstanding rice terraces, seeing or mountain climbing the Mount Agung that’s the highest and most sacred volcano in Bali, international class diving spots and witnessing the unique Balinese village and so much more.
This is the home of the original Balinese people which dated to the 16th century. Tenganan village well-known for their “Pandanus leaf war” or Perang Pandan which an annual event that held in the middle of Tenganan village.This village also well-known for its double-woven cloth known as the Ikat Geringsing which believes to have magical powers.
Address: Regency of Karang Asem, Bali
Visit Samuh village and find the Puri Bagus hotel street and you may find this splendid lawn which hosts massive type of orchids and other tropical flora. The garden is own by Bernd an ecologist from Germany.
Address: Samuh Village, Candidasa.
This is the mother temple of all temples in Bali. Placed on the slopes of Mount Agung and considered the most sacred temple by the Balinese. Around the Besakih temple found 22 small temples which spread on land over 3 square kilometers. From Candidasa, the street that leads to Besakih temple has amazing surroundings. An ought to visit.
Address: Desa Besakih, Rendang, Besakih, Rendang, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80863
The Karangasem palace frequently known as Maskerdam was constructed around the 20th century by Anak Agung Gede Djelantik, the late King of Karangasem. He turned into an architect that can combine Balinese structure with a European touch.
Address: Jl. Sultan Agung, Karangasem, Kec. Karangasem, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80811
Cost : $
Another stunning palace in Karangasem is the Taman Ujung Water Palace which was constructed for the King to rest. Built on 1921 and has an amazing coastal view of the beach and wonderful garden architecture.
Address: Ujung Water Palace, Tumbu, Karangasem Sub-District, Karangasem Regency, Bali 80811