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Lempuyang “Gate to The Heaven” Tours

$57.00 $55.00

Adult:
$57 $55 (IDR 770.000)

Description

Lempuyang “Gate to The Heaven” Tours is our popular special tour. Make an amazing picture on the gate of heaven with the background of Mt. Agung.

Lempuyang temple is the highest temple in Bali. It is located on the slope of Mount Lempuyang 600 meters (2,000 ft) high above sea level. Here you will see the famous Gate of Heaven overlook to Agung volcano the biggest volcano in Bali. From this Gate, you will see The Heaven of beautiful Bali like you are standing in the sky.

Next, you will stop at a beautiful water palace called Tirta Gangga where you will see a maze of pools and fountains surrounded by beautiful statues and gardens. The centerpiece of the palace is an eleven tiered fountain which is very beautiful with so many Koi fish around the ponds. On the way to the waterfall, you will have a break to enjoy a local lunch with an amazing rice field view. Generate more energy with the local food with the panorama pampering your eyes before taking a walk to the waterfall.

IncludesExcludes
  • Private Modern Aircon Car
  • English Speaking Driver
  • Petrol
  • Parking & Taxes
  • Pickup/drop-off at the hotel
  • Entrance tickets
  • Food & meals

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Itinerary

Lempuyang Temple (A)

Lempuyang Temple or Pura Lempuyang Luhur is one of Bali’s oldest and most venerated temples, on par with Besakih (the ‘mother temple’ of Bali). The temple is also believed to predate the majority of Hindu temples on the island.

Water Palace “Tirta Gangga” (B)

The Tirta Gangga royal water garden is a cool retreat in the eastern highlands of the Karangasem regency in East Bali. It lies on the south-eastern slope of the island’s highest mountain, Mount Agung, and was built in 1946 during the reign of the late king of Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem (1887-1966).