If a traveller wants to take a closer look at the history and development of Bali from time to time, there's no harm in visiting
some historic objects.
1. Tirta Gangga in Karangasem, Bali.
This park was built in 1948 by Raja Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem Agung. Besides being used as a stopover place, it is also a recreation for the royal family and guests who come to visit Bali.
It is a traditional village in Bali which is very amazing. The location is fairly clean, and there is a soothing bamboo forest.
3. Taman Wisata Kertha Gosa
This beautiful place is located in the centre of Klungkung city. It is an important historical site of the Balinese people. There are many paintings, sculptures and interesting plants that can be seen.
4. Tenganan Aga Village
It is a village in Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia. Before the 1970s anthropologists were known to be one of the most remote societies in the archipelago. Rapid changes have occurred in the villages since the 70s, such as the development of local communication by the central government, the opening of tourism, and so on. Tourists are attracted to Tenganan by the Aga culture which is still held today.
4. Klungkung Temple
It is a historic building complex located in Semarapura, Klungkung Regency, Bali, Indonesia.
Palaces were built in the late 17th century but were largely destroyed during the Dutch colonial conquest of 1908.
Remnants of the palace that can still be seen are the justice court, Kertha Gosa Pavilion, and the main gate that reads Saka 1622 (AD 1700).