Our first program is invite you to visit the Hall of Justice (Kertha Gosa), located in the center town of Klungkung in front of the Puputan Klungkung Memorial, which was built in 1710 by Dewa Agung the King of Klungkung. The ceiling of the hall completely covered inside with Kamasan style painting. The painting contains a story from the Epic of life or the history of Bali. In the center was built Bale Kembang (Floating Hall), the ceiling full with Kamasan Painting. In the west side of the hall, there is Museum Semarajaya that collects pictures of the King and his family using Balinese traditional clothes.
The second point is visit Bukit Jambul, located in the north side of Klungkung which will take about 30 minutes drive from the Hall of Justice (Kertha Gosa), Bukit jambul is part of Karangasem regency. Here you can enjoy the view of a beautiful beach with black sand and the small island of Nusa Penida is surrounded by clove plantations and rice terraces.
The third objective of the tour program is visit the Mother Temple Besakih located on the slopes of Mount Agung about 1000 meters above sea level. This is the first temple built in Bali well known as the Mother Temple (Mother of all temples). This temple was built by Javanese priest Sri Danghyang Dwijendra who traveled to Bali in 8th century. Besakih Temple has big complex of temple included the family temple who add by another Javanese priest Danghyang Nirartha in 16th century. The main temple courtyard is Penataran Agung which has three throne called Padmasana Tiga with separate seats of the trinity gods Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
The fourth purpose of our tour program is visit Pura Goa Lawah (Bats Cave Temple), which is located in Pesingahan village, Klungkung regency. This temple was built in 11th century by the priest Mpu Rajakerta or Mpu Kuturan those who have created the concept of four temples in Bali. Pura Goa Lawah is one of the important temples are located near from the sea, and specifically used as a place of Nyegara Mount ceremony (Nyegara means sea and mountain means mountain). Balinese people use Goa Lawah as Sea temple and Pura Besakih as the Mount Temple. Goa Lawah temple is dominated by thousands of bats.
After visiting Goa Lawah Temple, we will continue the journey and stop at Tengenan Village which is occupied by Bali Aga people which is natives people who arrived in Bali before Majapahit. The village is very famous for its double Ikat or Gringsing cloth, and also known with it’s festival Pandan War (Ngusaba Sambah Festival) which is usually held in May or June.
The last goal of the program is visit Candi Dasa Beach, a tourist resort built in the east side of Bali, with some hotels and restaurant. The beach is quiet and small boats lined up neatly along the coast. With a little sailing boat, you can get in Gili Tepekong where you can swim and do snorkeling activities, because here you can see a lots of reef fish.