The Untouched Region of Bali
Klungkung, Bali’s eighth regency, has a population of around 190,000. Although its not an tourist hotspot, this regency has incredible cultural and historical significance. The city of Semarapura is bustling with locals who live, work, and study there, but outside the downtown area, you will discover smaller Balinese villages, green rice fields, and deserted black sand beaches that hug the coastline. Klungkung Palace is the area’s most important landmark, dating back to the 17th century. It has witnessed a variety of historical transformations, including the Dutch invasion in the early 1900s. Despite this region is not a tourist hotspot, there is still a lot of Klungkung hotels. Usually the hotels in here is offer you a serenity and relaxing surrounding.
The Klungkung regency neighbours the large Karangasem (where you can find Candidasa and Amed) and Gianyar (Ubud) regencies. Klungkung, despite being a part of mainland Bali, governs the neighbouring Nusa Islands, namely Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida, and Nusa Ceningan, which have the same cultural and religious heritage as Bali.
Here a list of our best recommendation of Klungkung hotels for you to stay the night. Planning to visit Bali and don’t know what to do? Feel free to contact us for more in depth information.