Most of the major attractions on the Island are accessible on a day trip, but more often than not we find that once visitors arrive in Amed they don't want to leave its peace and tranquility. No tourist shops, No beach sellers!

Mystic Hindu temples abound, from large and ornate, to the simpler village style and they can be visited at any time. Although it is best to make the most of it and go when there are ceremonies going on.

The Balinese are a very friendly and love to invite foreigners along to their special occasions.
Floating Palace of "Taman Ujung"

Taman Sukasada or Sukasada Park is a beautiful park with big fish pond surrounds the old Karangasem Empire heritage building which is used by the Karangasem's King for day relaxation or meeting place in their era. It is located in Ujung Countryside about 5 Km from Amlapura town.
The Water Palace "Tirta Gangga"

Tirta Gangga is a beautiful park with the huge water fountain and wide pond located at Abang Sub-district, Karangasem Regency in east part of Bali. Tirta Gangga Park is built in the year of 1948 by the Karangasem King of Anak Agung Agung Angluerah Ketut Karangasem. Before this park is found, there is big wellspring found in this area which the local society believe that this water come from the land is holy spring therefore they call this place is Embukan means wellspring.
King Palace of Puri Agung Karangasem

Puri Agung Karangasem or Karangasem Palace is one of palaces exist in Amlapura Town, east part of Bali owns the unique building architecture. If we see from palace ichnography, Puri Agung Karangasem owns two types those are the older shares with traditional ichnography and the at new building own the modern ichnography even its building name use the modern name like Maskerdam from word Amsterdam, London, Betawi, Yogya and others.
Amlapura Market

Local market of Amlapura bali offer you fresh vegetable, fruite, local balinese food, clothing and many others with freindly smile of Bali.
White Sand ( Perasi Village)

Perasi, a small village near Amlapura, the capital city of Karangasem Regency has a secluded white-sand beach, unknown to the most of travelers to Bali. It is quite difficult to reach the entrance to this quiet beach, since there is no billboard or big sign to indicate the location of the beach, only a small easy-to-miss pointer attached to a post on a gap between the row of buildings.
Tenganan Village ( Bali Aga )

Tenganan Village is one of the oldest Balinese Traditional located in Karangasem Regency, east part of Bali. This village is much referred by cultural literature science of Tenganan Pegringsingan, which is very famous in the island. It own very unique local community life pattern which is one example of Bali Aga Village cultures (Hindu Prehistoric) and different with other countryside in plain of Bali.
Lempuyang Temple

The meaning of the word “lempuyang” which serves as the name of this sacred temple has long been a subject of dispute. Some said the word “lempuyang” is derive take from the word “lampu” (light) and “hyang” (God), the word “lempuyang” means the “Light of God”.
Besakih Temple

Besakih temple is really a collection of temples, sprawling down the hillside and its sheer size means it has become a tourist trap. Many local Balinese men earn their living at Besakih as ‘temple guardians’. This title is self created, and they basically want to use the place as a turnstyle, charging you money for having them walk turn round.
Traditional Salt Production

On many parts of the Bali, particularly around Awang Bay (and on Bali, at Kusamba and Amed), you'll see the salt beds and piles of white salt that are evidence of one of the most backbreaking occupations on the islands salt making. Vast quantities of salt water are hauled from the sea in buckets and puored into specially dug ponds, close to the shore.
Balinese Dance

Balinese dance perform twice until three days in a week. on high season (summer).
Walking Ricefield

Walk through the rice fields, wander through village roads full of community farms and cottage industry. Meet fine craftsmen & artisans as they share their skills & welcome you to their homes. Learn about Bali's complex Subak irrigation system & Hindu culture.