Blue Lagoon Beach is one of East Bali’s best secluded beaches. The beach lies just northeast of the main beach of Padangbai and is framed by green and rocky hills on both sides. You can pick a sunbathing spot right on the sand or, if you prefer, opt for a space in the shade as the entire edge of the beach is lined with palm trees.
Just 7 km from Candidasa is Tenganan, Bali Aga village (the original Bali). This pleasant, tranquil place is worth a visit and the people are will coming and good-natured. For decades visitors have been attracted to this ‘living museum’. Many of them drawn by the Geringsing (double ikat), cloth woven by the women of Tenganan. A walk through Tenganan is very interesting; you can see how the people live, some temples, and some typical local architecture buildings.
Talibeng Palm Wine Tasting and Brewery, The best place to visit and learning about palm wine process from climb up the coconut tree to get a sweet palm (coconut) wine and see how is the fermentation until to get Balinese Vodka and the alcohol until 35% than you tasting it. also you will served with young coconut, tasting sweet palm wine, Balinese Vodka, and Tasting Black Bee honey, Cocoa fruit, and Original Bali Coffee and you will see also the tree and fruit, Bali coffee trees and and many others Balinese trees experience.
Taman Harmoni Bali is the beautiful hillside located in Bukit Asah Bugbug village, The best things to do is to see the perfect sunrise and sun set thought the ocean. Down you can see the Bias Putih beach (virgin beach. Another things to do is hiking, fishing or others adventure. The Taman Harmoni Bali will show the Balines culture show manage by local such as dance, music and more.
Near Candidasa, just about 4 km to Amlapura you can find a lovely white send beach, Pantai Pasir Putih. On the way to Amlapura, after the village Perasi where you cand find this very quiet beach which is located in a natural bay where you can swim in blue crystal clear water. It is an ideal spot to bask in the sun and bring your picnic basket with you or enjoy a drink or a small lunch at the only one warung built there.
The Ujung ‘water palace’ was built in 1919, but totally damaged after the eruption of mount Agung in 1963. Only some statues and gates survived. The ‘water palace’ from Ujung is rebuilt with sponsorship from Worldbank, so now a visit to Ujung is absoluteky worthwhile! From the beach in Ujung you can go to the village Seraya. From there you have a beautiful view over the ocean in the direction of Lombok.
Taman Tirtagangga is lcoated at 6 km north of Amlapura and was built in 1948 by the last King of Karangasem, A.A. Ngurah Ketut, as a resting place. This water palace has unique architectural features represented by a combination of Chinese, European and traditional Balinese architecture. It is worthwhile visiting because of its swimming pool, with indescribably clear water, which visitors can use the whole day. The surrounding countryside has breathtaking views over the sublime rice-fields. Also a good place for trekking.
Lempuyang comes from word Lempu or Lampu means light and Hyang (Hyang Widhi) means God. So Lempuyang can be translate to Light of God. ocated in the village of Tista district Karangasem, Mount Lempuyang with 1174 m above sea level is one out many other temples on top of the hill in the island of Bali.
Lempuyang comes from word Lempu or Lampu means light and Hyang (Hyang Widhi) means God. So Lempuyang can be translate to Light of God, Located in the village of Tista district Karangasem, Mount Lempuyang with 1174 m above sea level is one out many other temples on top of the hill in the island of Bali.