Taman Ujung Water Palace
Taman Ujung Water Palace is also known as the Soekasada Park or the Ujung Park. It is the erstwhile royal residence that is located near Amlapura. This exquisite complex comprises of three huge ponds and a main building, Gili Bale which is linked to the edge of the pool by a bridge. This is very huge and has fewer tourists hence the tranquil gardens here assure a pleasant sightseeing tour.
Puri Agung Karangasem
Puri Agung Karangasem once happened to be the kingdom of Karangasem. It presents a glimpse of the splendour of the days and the times when Bali was ruled by the Rajas. Located in the heart of Amlapura, it is a magnificent stop over for anyone who is interested in having a taste of history or architecture. Built in the 19th century, the palace is still a home to the descendants from the royal family. The orderly compound here is brimming with a number of separate courtyards that bring forth a unique blend of Chinese, European and Balinese architectural styles and several grand buildings. A teared pagoda-style entrance gate which is a magnificent symbolic of the three worlds – hell, earth and heaven is also seen here. This leads you to the rising sun in the east.
Taman Tirta Gangga
Taman Tirta Gangga is a royal water palace that forms the heart of a tiny village. It is enveloped by rice terraces and lies some seven km north of Amlapura. This place was built to protect the divinity of the natural spring. The place is considered extremely holy by the locals of Bali. It very well provides a place of relaxation, fun and contemplation for the visitors. Here the charming gardens are a good opportunity to take a breather when you are done exploring the different sites here. Taking a dip here is an important thing to do here
Pura Luhur Lempuyang
Are you up for a climb or a trek? Take a tour to the Pura Luhur Lempuyang that assures the fabulous views of the nearby surroundings. It also allows you to tick off one of the most important and significant Bali’s directional temples - Pura Luhur Lempuyang that is one of the Bali’s nine directional temple. It is an exemplary of the Balinese religion and culture.
Bali Chocolate Factory
The Bali Chocolate Factory is a beach side collection of bizarre Hobbit-like buildings where
an ample number of coconut products and chocolates are produced. To enter the complex, you’ll have to pay a 10,000 rupiah entrance fee. In this fee, you’ll also receive a bar of their coconut oil soap. You can also shop for an exquisite variety of products of Bali. Don’t miss out of the chocolate dipped goji berries and the delightful coconut syrup. This is the best tourist attraction in Bali.
There is a huge penis-shaped rock pokes that can be seen from behind the mass of temple umbrellas amidst the cloak of white and yellow cloth. In the year 2012, this coastal regeneration project was initialized in the Ujung with the building of a stone break-wall. This definitely is an important place to see in Amlapura.
Bali Bird Park
Bali Bird Park is an important tourist attraction when you are out venturing the Ubud area. It is a home to the largest collection of the Birds of Paradise in the world. You can find hundreds of rare exotic birds and several Indonesian parrots here. Take a stroll through the misty aviaries and the lush tropical greenery where the birds fly freely in the setting of the rainforest.
Bali Safari and Marine Park
Bali Safari & Marine Park is a remarkable home to several rare species of animals such as Sumatran tiger, Komodo and orang-utan. Several other exotic animals can also be found here. You can take an elephant safari here and interact with animals here. Once done, you can take a lunch at the Tsavo Lion restaurant. Do attend the Bali Agung show at the high-tech Bali Theatre.