Bali's smallest district Klungkung is located between Gianyar and Karangasem, and includes the island of Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Ceningan. Klungkung itself is a bustling town. Based on the decree of the Governor of Bali Province on 1993 number 528, Nusa Penida in one of with also fixed as a tourist resort in Bali. And then base of the Regency of Klungkung Government on 1996 decree number 284 there are 18 tourist object in the regency inclusive Nusa Penida. On reaching the town centre. Klungklung was the base of the ancient Javanese Hindu Kingdom in Bali, from where the Balinese royalty of today draws its bloodline. It is the oldest kingdom in Bali, with a most exalted Kings. The famous Kertha Gosa or Royal Court of Justice was built in Klungklung in the 18th century, displays one of Bali's masterpieces. It has a wonderfully made ceiling displaying one of Bali's masterpieces (murals portraying the punishment of hell and the rewards of heaven, and elaborated in thousands of panels of puppets) all on the ceiling. Klungklung's golden glory is forever captured in its floating pavilion, elaborate garden, and charming lotus ponds. Klungklung satisfies one's wish of returning to the glory of the ancient past.
Klungkung has played a most important role in Bali's history. It was the seat of rule of Bali's history. It also seat of rule of Bali's most powerful dynasty of rajas, Dewa Agung, under whom the island was united during a glorious period of rich cultural influence. Gajah Mada, head of Majapahit, pacified and united Bali towards the end of the 13th century, incorporating the island into the Majapahit Empire. He set king Kepakisan, the first Dewa Agung "Great Deity". To rule over the island from his court at Samprangan, near the present town of Klungkung. Several generations later this seat of power was removed to nearby Gelgel, where it established much authority and prestige under the fourth succeeding Dewa Agung.

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Information for come to Bali


Visitor coming to Bali by air from outside Indonesia must be in possession of passport that is valid for at list 6 months and have with them upon arrival either a return or onward ticket.

Visitor's requirement to pays VoA (Visa on Arrival) to the bank, ten dollar for seven days and twenty five for thirty day's. If you deny the agreement you must pay a fine twenty-dollar.

The tourist pass is for a maximum of two months and is it not extend-able. For more information please contact immigration office (0361) 764993.

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Tips for Taking Taxis in Bali

  1. It is always best to order a taxi by phone especially at night.
  2. If you must hail a taxi on the street, be sure that the name of the taxi company clearly marked on it.
  3. Insist on using the meter. Don't fall for a driver who bargains or claims that his mater is broken.
  4. In the taxi, note the taxi's number and the driver's ID. This may come handy if you want to register a complain or trace belongings left behind.
  5. In places such as Ubud, Sanur, and Kuta there are many people who offer you transportation service. If you must take any of their service, make sure you establish the price up front.
  6. There are licensed taxi's at Bali's Airport. Avoid taking service from "broken" who offer you transportation.

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