Balitraveldiary.com – Tirta Gangga which is said to be a water palace is a resting place for King Karangasem. There are several ponds in the Tirta Gangga water park. Two of them are special pools provided for visitors. These two pools contain cold, clear water equipped with walkers.
Tirta Gangga is located in Karangasem Regency, Bali. This resting place for the royal family was built in 1948 by Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem, king of Karangasem.
Located at the foot of Mount Agung, Tirta Gangga has cool air, abundant natural cold water, and beautiful natural scenery. No wonder the area was chosen as a resting place and relaxing for the king’s family.
In 1963, the water park complex was damaged by the eruption of Mount Agung. The government then rebuilt it. The area was then designated as a tourist spot.
In an area of 1.2 hectares, visitors can walk on stones arranged in the middle of a pond. One stone in the pool is enough to stand one adult. There is a distance between the rocks, so to pursue it, we need to go a little further or jump on it.
The water park whose name is inspired by the holy river in India, the Ganges River, is located at the eastern end of the island of Bali. This place is visited by tourists, both domestic and foreign. In the holiday season, this place will be crowded with visitors, especially those who want to feel bathing in the baths that were used by the king and his family.