- Salt Making at Kusamba
- Tenganan Aborigina Village
- Tirta Gangga Water Garden
- Sidemen Road/Countryside & Rice Terraces
- Kertha Gosha/Old Court Justice
Salt making at Kusamba
Near the waters edge are the farmers producing salt in huts along the coast. A very interesting place for a short visit.
Tenganan Aborigina Village
represent one of a number old countryside in Bali Island. Its society life pattern represents one example of Bali Aga Village culture (Hindu Pre) different with the other countryside in plain of Bali.
Tirta Gangga Water Garden
was originally the bathing and resting place for the king of Karangasem and numerous pools still exist in the complex. In the north of the complex, a large natural spring shoots out of the ground believed to be sacred and directly derived from the River Gangga.
Sidemen Road/Countryside & Rice Terraces
The area is famous for stunning scenery, and a simple, traditional way of life. Sidemen village has produced masters of Balinese literature and Hindu theology, as well as generations of skilful weavers. For decades, or perhaps millennium, Sidemen has also served as a secluded heaven for the world-weary.
Kertha Gosa/Old Court Justice
Pavilion at Klungkung was first built in the early 18th century by dewa agung gusti sideman. The first function of the pavilion was for the court of law in 1945.