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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
Visited the 3 palaces of the region's King. All were different.
As we paid the entrance fee a tout ask if we wanted a guide. I am glad we did pay IDR50K for his services. As this was the 3rd of the palaces to see...More
A very special place and Palace. Serene, calm, beautiful buildings and grounds. An oasis away from the hustle and bustle outside. Gorgeous planting and many unusual plants. Please add this to 'must see places' - no one will be disappointed. 50,000 rph each so super...More
Go early if you need to have a quiet walk over the water pool, as this is a popular spot amongst all tourists.
There’s a nice cafe inside the complex if you wish to soak into the scenic with a cup of coffee.
If you go as early as possible, without the crowds this place has a good vibe. Especially the small Hindu grotto in the back corner. Even better is to book a local guide in advance and get into the surrounding countryside and villages. Stunning rice...More
The Water Palace is a very serene place. Lovely setting with a view of the ocean
Beautiful architecture and statues
The lake with temple fountain contains countless large koi, which you are encouraged to feed by hand
The site is served by several touristy shops...More
We read good reviews and the photos all looked lovely so we were excited to visit Tirta Gangga, unfortunately by our 11am arrival there was already way too many tourists - you couldn't move on the stepping stones, let alone get a nice photo or...More
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Definitely. Don't bother with the expensive tours. We went from Canguu on our way to Amed and made a few stops en route. There is an almost exact replica which is also close to Amed called Ujunh Water Palace (Taman... More
Definitely. Don't bother with the expensive tours. We went from Canguu on our way to Amed and made a few stops en route. There is an almost exact replica which is also close to Amed called Ujunh Water Palace (Taman Sukasada). We went to both bot knowing they were built by the same King. It was like deja vue - couldn't believe it was a different place. Enjoy.