10 Amazing Facts About Tirta Ganga Water Palace, Bali

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Tirta Ganga Water Palace, built in the 20th Century, was once a private retreat for the royal family of Karangasem 

The water in the palace is considered sacred and is believed to come from the holy springs of Mount Agung, Bali's highest volcano 

The architecture of Tirta Ganga Water Palace is a splendid blend of Balinese and Chinese influences 

The water palace is renowned for its series of interconnected ponds and fountains 

Stepping stones and ornamental bridges gracefully traverse the ponds, allowing visitors to explore the palace and its lush surroundings 

The ponds of Tirta Ganga Water Palace are home to vibrant and graceful koi fish 

Within the water palace, there are designated bathing pools where visitors can immerse themselves in the holy waters 

Tirta Ganga Water Palace has endured its share of natural disasters, including earthquakes and volcanic eruptions 

It has been featured in several movies, including the popular adaptation of "Eat Pray Love," starring Julia Roberts 

Tirta Ganga Water Palace stands as one of Bali's top tourist attractions