One day in Amed we reserve to explore the area with scooter. One of the places we have visited was the Tirtagangga palace, a place which I really liked, so different and despite of many touristsalso quite. The pools are filled with water and fish, sculptures are beautiful and very detailed, incredibly decorated. Various. Fountains and green surrounding entertain stay in the palace.
Built on three terraces, which correspond to the Buddhist-Hindu Balinese concept of space – ie. Triloka – in 1948 by Anak Agung Ketut Karangasem Anglurah. Tirta means holy water, while Gangga comes from the name of the holy river Ganges, combined translates as “water of the Ganges.” The water in the palace is considered sacred. Source flows from under the Banyan tree, located on the highest terrace called Swah and which is the place of the gods, and the middle terrace Bwah is the space for the people. Bhur – lowest part – belongs to demons.