The province of Karangasem and in particular Candidasa have become increasingly popular in the past few years, as it combines beautiful nature and coastline with authentic and well-preserved culture and traditions.
The Goa Lawah temple is one of the six most important temples in Bali. The others are Lempuyang temple, Uluwatu temple, Andakasa temple, and also Seleyukti temple. The Goa Lawah name comes from 2 words which are Goa (cave) and Lawah (bats).
The Candidasa lotus lagoon is one of the main iconic attractions of Candidasa and it’s right along the main road and easily visible. The 1000 sqm lagoon is filled with blooming pink and fuchsia lotuses with statues as its centerpiece.
The Lempuyang temple is one of Bali’s oldest temples, believed to predate the majority of other Bali Hindu temples. It is located in the East of Bali, in the highlands of Mount Lempuyang. In addition, the temple also provides stunning photo opportunities….!
The Telaga Waja river provides for some of the most exciting rafting in Bali. The views from the river are majestic and for 2 hours or so you will experience rapids, canyons, wild life and waterfalls. A thoroughly exciting experience….
White Sand Beach has only been openend to the wider public recently. It has one of the best sandy beaches in Bali and provides opportunities for snorkeling, fishing, and bodysurfing. Or just a nice lunch and a massage….
The Bali water palace gardens of Tirtagangga were designed and constructed in 1948 by the last King of Karangasem, showcases a unique mix of Balinese and Chinese architecture.. one of the world’s most romantic gardens of its time, and a good opportunity for a refreshing swim…
Kastala is a popular starting point for a 90 minute trek through unspoiled rice fields and palm oil plantations, with spectacular views towards Mount Agung, ending in the ancient villa of Tenganan.
Tenganan villa is one of the oldest traditional villas in Bali, with a unique culture and tradition. Place yourself back in time and admire the fascinating architecture and beautiful handy craft, including the double ikat weaving (one of only 2 remaining places in Indonesia)