East Bali is brimming with cultural and natural attractions.
Soaring 3,031 meters above sea level, Mount Agung is Bali’s highest peak.
Mount Agung is of great importance in the Balinese spiritual life. Locals believe that the mighty volcano is a replica of Mount Meru – the central axis of the universe and home to Hindu deities.
A landscape featuring an active volcano in the middle of two concentric calderas.
The uniqueness of the geology combined with the humidity generates the perfect condition for growing coffee.
Pura Ulun Danu Batur is Bali's supreme water temple.
The shoreline of East Bali features a rugged, wild beauty.
Volcanic beaches show a striking contrast to the lush forests.
Under the water’s surface, a wonderful world is waiting to be explored. Expect to see a huge variety of corals and fish.
Home of the first Balinese who have retained a pre-Hindu culture.
Tenganan's architecture is highly different from the standard Balinese design. The village is laid out in the form of a mandala.
Geringsing. - sophisticated textile icreated by double ikat method.
East Bali The Part Less Traveled