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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
All reviews stepping stones water palace koi fish water garden spring water water features swimming pool beautiful place beautiful garden stone carvings worth a visit fish food small fee holy water walk around entrance fee per person
wow!!! we visited this after heaven’s gate and so glad we did. We were luckily it was relatively quiet when we visited as it was early morning. Fountains and stepping stones and walking around with large koi carp swimming around you….just beautiful! long drive we...More
If you like gardens/landscapes, you can get some ideas from this place.. it’s far from the famous Kuta & from the South, about 2.5 hrs by car to the northEast from Kuta. Also if you feel like you just really want peace & quiet, this...More
This is my second visit, the gardens are just beautiful it’s a very tranquil & calming place to visit. Surrounded in colour, scents and flowing bubbling water.
Must stop & check out the reptile & owl guy for photo op - left side exiting gardens....More
It is quite small but very beautiful especially if less people around. To avoid the crowds go for early morning or later afternoon around 4pm. Some good sunsets and nice restaurants on site. A pretty village with shops next to the site. Take your swimwear...More
This place is so hype on instagram and it is so crowded esp the queue to take an instagenic photo. Some couples took 10-15 mins in just one spot to take worth thousands likes on intagram. It is annoying since it makes a long queue...More
Stunning gardens with many water features. Very nice and relaxing place. We visited the temple with my husband while we were on our honeymoon. If you visit that side of the island, this place worth a visit!
Quite a nice place to relax. There are garden, ponds with big gold fish that you can feed, hotel and restaurant, and the pool.
For us, the highlight is the pool. The fresh cool water from the mountain make the pool very nice and refreshing...More