East Bali Tour

Explore East Bali

There is a lot to be explored in East Bali, stunning nature and lots of attractions! Either visit for a day or include a stay as part of your itinerary. Here are our recommendations for exploring this gorgeous area of Bali.

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Bali: Two Day East Island Tour

On this East Bali tour, you will visit the Tirta Gangga Water Palace – a beautiful complex of many pools connected by ponds. Carved bridges are thrown across the ponds teeming with colourful fish, and there are many different carved statues around. Perfectly flat shores with emerald grass and tropical plants. The water palace of Tirta Gangga is a magnificent building of the local ruler in the past. You will also visit Pura Luhur Lempuyang Temple. This is one of the oldest temples in Bali and one of the most revered. This is an incredibly magical place.

Exploring East Bali, you will also find Bias Tugel White Sand beach (which goes by many other names too – Secret Beach, White Sand Beach, Virgin Beach to name a few!). It has a beautiful view, clean clear water, and white sand. Here you can relax in the shade, swim if you wish, and dine in a small cosy restaurant on the seashore.

And the best part of the tour for the sweet tooth is the chocolate factory! There you can taste all kinds of chocolate, buy gifts and souvenirs such as handmade soap and take pictures on the famous beach swing. You will remember those two days for sure!

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East Bali: Lempuyang Gates, Tenganan, & Water Palaces Tour

Explore the untouched part of East Bali on a day trip to Goa Lawah, Tenganan, and the spectacular water palaces of Tirta Gangga and Taman Ujung!

Start your trip at the legendary Bat Cave in Goa Lawah. Upon arrival, see one of Bali’s most important temples, built around a cave complex where hordes of bats live. Then you will go to Tenganan village where you will get to know the indigenous people of Aga Bali.

The journey will then continue to the sacred Tirta Gangga Water Palace, where you will see decorative ponds, statues, and plants. Continue on to Taman Ujung Water Palace in Karangasem Regency and see the ponds, bridges, and scenic trails of the complex at the foot of Mount Agung. You will spend this day exploring the highlights of East Bali!

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