The Royal Palaces Tour is an exclusive trip to visit several royal heritage sites and discover ancient historical buildings. Moreover, you will find out historical sites with a long story of each empire. This Bali Royal Palace Tour is perfectly designed for anyone who loves to visit old and ancient things and wants to know the story of each empire in places you visit. Therefore, we have designed this tour with a private full AC car with professional tour guides who always accompany you during the tour. Likewise, our friendly and experienced driver takes you to the right place. So, your Bali Royal Palaces Tour will comfortable and exciting.
By joining this trip you will get a great experience to see the beautiful things about Bali besides nature itself. Firstly, we start this tour by picking you up in your hotel lobby. Afterwards, we will visit the exotic royal heritage sites in Bali starting from Kerta Gosa, Puri Agung Gianyar, Puri Ageng Blahbatuh and the royal palace Puri Saren Ubud. In addition, if the time is still available we will also visit Mas Village or Celuk Village to see the locals made handicrafts or souvenirs. In the end, we drop you back at your hotel or drop point to terminate the tour. Above all, it is definitely a fantastic tour arrangement to see the inside of The Royal Heritage Sites. Don’t miss joining The Royal Palaces Tour during your vacation in Bali!
Kerta Gosa is the first place to visit during the Bali Royal Heritage Tour. It is located in the heart of Semarapura town and is also known as one of the popular tourist destinations in Bali. Moreover, the name of Kerta Gosa is taken from Sanskrit with the word "Kerta" which means Peaceful and "Gosa" from the Gosita word mean announcement. In addition, when you entered the area you will see a hall with ancient Balinese ornaments and surrounded by a fish pond. It is a justice court where the jurisdiction decreed and prosecute the nobleman or king of the Klungkung Empire who infringe the rules.
Gianyar Palace or also known as Puri Agung Gianyar is a beautiful palace owned by Gianyar Empire. It is situated in the heart of town where the centre of local economy activities is just in front of it. Further, this palace is beautifully designed with Balinese ornaments throughout all buildings including the entrance gate so that it looks very interesting to visit. The name of the first king from this palace is Raja Adipati Ida Dalem Krisna Kepakisan who lead the Gianyar Empire between 1350 - 1380. On the other hand, the location of this palace is very strategic because previously it was stated as a centre of all empires that exist in this region since the year 1350.
After that, we will take you to visit Puri Ageng Blahbatuh. Puri Agung Blahbatuh is a palace located in Blahbatuh Village, Gianyar Regency functionally used as a centre for developing and preserving rituals, religions, and education. Although this palace is reconstructed in the 16th century, it still looks magnificent today. Moreover, the unique thing about this palace is the existence of a water park in the northeast of the palace. Besides, you will see a small hall called Bale surrounded by a fish pond and formerly is a place for studying by the prince and royal family. So if you want to feel a different sensation by learning about cultures in Bali, Puri Ageng Blahbatuh is the right choice.
Puri Saren Ubud (Ubud Palace) is one of Ubud's tourist icons and it is an ancient Palace with traditional Balinese houses as the residence of Ubud's Royal Family. Furthermore, it is located in the centre of Ubud village and you will see the traditional art market just in front of it. Here, you can also watch Balinese dances with traditional Gamelan on the open stage. In fact, Ubud Palace was built during the reign of Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel (1800 - 1823). Ubud Palace is the centre of the cultural artefact while the traditional market is the symbol of the local economy by Ubud residents.