Tirta Gangga Park
Tirta Gangga Park is a beautiful park with the huge water fountain and wide pond located at Abang Sub-district, Karangasem Regency in east part of Bali. Tirta Gangga Park is built in the year of 1948 by the Karangasem King of Anak Agung Agung Angluerah Ketut Karangasem. Before this park is found, there is big wellspring found in this area which the local society believe that this water come from the land is holy spring therefore they call this place is Embukan means wellspring. According to the local believe that this wellspring functioning as a bath place for the god and also used as drinking water for the local community from the nearest village. Therefore this wellspring is sacrificed by local people and keeps the park naturally. The King of Karangasem has got an idea to improve this park into a good looking and nowadays, it becomes one of the famous tourist destinations in east part of Bali.
A MAGICAL WELLSPRING IN EAST OF BALI
Tirta Gangga Park is also featured by the wide public pool with the cool and clean water where it can be used by everyone who visiting this place. It is situated on the foot Abang Hill with cool temperature in particular night time or morning time. The lush tropical garden are well surround the park and big fish ponds are running away at another ponds to give the impression for every tourist who pay a visit to this beautiful park. Some building and other decorations are intentionally made as according to the spirit from Puri Agung Karangasem (Agung Karangasem Place), so it can be said that between Tirta Gangga and Sukasada Park (Taman Sukasada) which is located at Ujung countryside is a union.
HOW TO FIND TIRTA GANGGA?
Tirta Gangga is strategically located beside of the main strait from Karangasem to Singaraja Town and it is just 20 minuts from the local town or 2 hours and 15 minutes from Denpasar Town. You may also join the exciting tour to the east part of Bali that we call it by Karangasem Tours and you will discover many places of interest in east part of Bali including Tirta Gangga.