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Taman Soekasada Ujung Karangasem

Taman Soekasada Ujung Karangasem or also known as Taman Soekasada is one of the most visited site in the east Bali .  Taman Soekasada Ujung Karangasem  is a Beautiful large garden with large pools around the park . Its a perfect place to visit if you are heading to east for day trip . You won’t regret for having a great sightseeing around the garden .

Taman Soekasada Ujung karangasem

Indeed Taman Soekasada Ujung Karangasem  that also known as Taman Soekasada is one of the favorite site to visit in the east especially by local visitors .  The place is incredibly amazing and not so busy since the location is a bit far in the east Bali . It will need around 3 hours drive from Bali international airport or Kuta area . Great scenic place and a way from tourist crowd especially if you visit during the afternoon time before sunset . Right in the southeast corner there’s a beach with coral rock and white shandy  beach and also there are  some fishing boat around the beach . If the sky is clear you would also able to see the greatest and the highest volcano in Bali , Agung Volcano .

Taman Soekasada Ujung Garden

Taman Ujung architecture is a mix combination of  Local Balinese architecture and European style . Inside the large garden there are three large pool that connected by the bridge , stylist and elegant long bridge . For local Balinese and also Indonesian people this place is a favorite place for pre – wedding photo .
The word of Ujung is an Indonesian word  that describe one place which is the location is in the edge or one last place from the area . Indeed Ujung Garden is lies right in the corner of south east Bali . Very near the sea and in the north is amazing mountainous backdrop  .

Taman Soekasada Ujung Karangasem Taman Soekasada Ujung Karangasem

Taman Soekasada Ujung Karangasem history

This great place were build in early 19 century by the King of Karangasem . I Gusti Bagus Djelantik who also known as Agung Anglurah Karangasem . He is one of the most powerful king in Bali during this time . On 1921 during the Dutch colonial occupation , Ujung Garden officially open for public and as a great Water garden in the east . Beside the large pool and some historical sites , in the north there are some cottages . A resting cottages for some important kingdom visitors .
During the volcano eruption 1963 , Taman Ujung were almost destroyed by the hot ashes from the volcano . Another disaster is in 1976 , where the biggest earthquake in Bali Island . By some restoration throughout the decades made this place is become what we see right now .

How to get there  ?

Taman Soekasada Ujung Karangasem or Taman Soekasada is located far in the east , therefore during the trip you may combine with some places as one Bali full day tour . With Galih Bali Tour , we organize a great plan to explore east part of Bali . Please visit our plan here
About the Author
Hii All Thank you for reading my article . My name is Made from Bali Island , I am a private driver and tour guide in Bali . writing an article about our culture and tradition , beauty and interesting place to visit is my hobby . My article is far from perfect but wish can help anyone who read to find a new idea where to go for vacation .
  1. Amalia Reply

    When I visit Bali I also visited this place and loved it! It’s so big and beautiful and you can really see some of the influences of the colonial style in some buildings. My favorite part was the garden, love your photos!

  2. Rebecca Reply

    Beautiful, it looks like a fantasy world! Bali is definitely on my wishlist of places to visit.

    • Dalene Reply

      I totally agree!When east Bali seems this pretty, I’m also adding it to my travel wishlist.Really hope I get there someday.

  3. Ana De- Jesus Reply

    My heritage is Maderian ( my biological parents are from Madeira) and taman-soekasada-ujung-karangasem reminds me of the botanical gardens called Quinta Jardim as it also has water gardens too! Bali is beautiful!

  4. Akamatra Reply

    These gardens are magnificent! I would to visit them with my family some day! Great trip!

  5. Rachel Reply

    Looks like a stunning location with lots to see and do – and the history sounds fascinating!

  6. Anna Reply

    Good to know there is a place like this in Bali behind the beach life.Putting it in my list when i go there soon. Thanks 🙂

  7. Sarmistha Goswami Reply

    Great post with so much of details about the place. We might be visiting Bali next year, would love to visit this place as well. Thanks for sharing.
    Do drop by my blog as well : 🙂

  8. eliza Reply

    I’d been to Bali few times and to be honest I have not visited this place. This looks interesting and historic. I would love to witness and have pictures of the garden too.

  9. Ali Rost Reply

    Taman Soekasada must be beautiful if it’s a place couples like to take their wedding photos, especially with the mountains in the background. I’m so glad it was able to be restored after the volcano in 1963 and earthquake of 1976.

  10. Kristina Reply

    This looks so amazing, I definitely want to go to Bali soon! It’s just so dreamy and beautiful, and such interesting history 🙂

  11. Mei Reply

    Bali is one of my favorite cities to visit, and these gardens are just awesome, too bad I could spend only a short time there.

  12. Vlad Reply

    Ahh looks so amazing! Hope that everything is fine as of I saw on the news something about the volcano!

    Oh and congrats on the great photography!


    Bali is such a dreamy destination, major travel goals. I know your pictures have been modified a little (I am talking about colours, saturation, contrast etc) but is something about that green colour that catches my attention. It almost feels like I am there. ♥

  14. Akshay Malhotra Reply

    Back in the days, there was a time I had to choose a trip between Dubai and Bali, I choose Dubai that time. Later came to know that if you really want to check out awesome scenic beauty, spend some more time with nature than Bali should be your 1st choice. Reading your views, I guess I cannot skip this time. Your article will help me a lot. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  15. Sheri Reply

    We have not been to Bali but what a great destination to visit with so much to see and do.

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