Tirtagangga is know as the « water palace ». Named after India’s sacred river, Tirtagangga literally means “water of the Gange”. Built in 1946, the palace has been destroyed by Mount Agung’s eruption in 1963. Tirtagangga is located in the South-East part of Bali. Once the entrance passed, you’re in front of the royal ponds where statues face in other and a magnificent fountain with eleven levels dominates. Stones in the first pond allow to cross it. Further, two royal pools allow the visitors to swim in a sacred atmosphere far from the one of the hotels’ pools.