Sidemen Tour and Trekking

Real Balinese Adventures

Sidemen Rice Fields Trekking

The beauty of Bali’s irrigated rice fields is unsurpassed. Tier upon tier of hand sculpted paddis shape the country side in and ever changing panorama of colour. streams are dammed far up hill, and water is syphoned off through hand built channels to fields far distant in a complex system that guarantees equal division amongst all farmers in times of limited supply. smaller dams and tiny weirs divide and re divide the streams, regulating the cascades of water in a series of waterfalls and pipes that ensure the furthest field receive their life giving supply.

Trekking rice fields in sidemen will give you new experience. Through the Sidemen rice fields to the west of village will take you to the one of the highest temple in sidemen


The farmer friendly will usually smile to you,

we’re local guide in sidemen, want trekking with us just sent an e-mail

only Rp 75,000/hour

East Bali Tour Package

Goa Lawah

The Bat Cave where shrines cluster around the entrance to a cave which is said to extend all the way underground to a small temple, Pura Goa, in the Besakih Complex, right on the slopes of Mount Agung. This cave is said to be the dwelling of the mythological naga serpent, Basuki, who is honoured by a small shrine within the temple.

araound the mounth of the cave cluster thousands of bats, their high-pitched squeks filling the air, tiny quivering bodies packed together in an undulating mass. As with many temple are considered very holy by all Balinese and groups of devotees come with offering to complete their post-cremation “segara gunung” ceremonies for the souls of their deceased.

Pantai Pasir Putih (white sand beach)


Taman Ujung

Taman Ujung is royal site located near the beach Tumbu village, Karangasem district that was developed as one of the tourism region of Karangasem regency. The distance ± 5 kilometer from city Amlapura the district capital to the south ± 15 km from tourist area of Candi Dasa beach, and approximately 60 km from Denpasar.

Taman Ujung ( Edge Sukasada Park ) was built in 1919. In the area , there are some buildings also large and spacious pool. There are three or entrance gate to the park area. The main gate is at a height on the west side as an entrance that is called “Bale Ship“ because the build was once made to resemble a ship. Furthermore, this bale of our entrance into the park area with hundreds of fruits down the stairs. From this spot the entire area of the park can be enjoyed.

According to the predicate as the Kingdom Water Park on the Water Place, The Park has three large pool and spacious. In the middle of the pond, they have on the extreme north of main building called “ Gili Bale “ which area connected by bridges to the south.

In the middle of the of this pond there are statues and flower pots. West of the pond I , where there is the little high circular building, called Bale Bunder which functioned as a place to enjoy the beauty of the park and surrounding scenery. North west Bale Bunder, high terrace area there along rectangular building called “ Bale Lunjuk”. There are about 107 steps to the building from the east. In the middle of pond II on the south side of the pond I found a building called “ Bale Kambang”.

This building once served as a banquet for the quest of the kingdom. In the east there a swimming poll called Swimming Dirah first and is the pond created by King of Karangasem.

Tirta Gangga

Tirtagangga Park is one of the attractions that are located in the Village Ababi, District Abang, Bali. The distance is about 5 km to the north of the City Amlapura – the district capital – built in 1948 by Karangasem King Anak Agung Ketut Karangasem Anglurah.Park Development of Tirta Ganga originated from the discovery of a large fountain in the village of Ababi, this discovery later inspired Karangasem King Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem to build a park that can be utilized as a means of recreation by the royal family at that time. The name of Tirta Ganga itself comes from two elements namely the word “Tirta” which means water that is blessed while “Ganga” is the name of a holy river in India.Tirta Ganga Tour Park that was built in 1948 is supported by good road access and adequate transportation facilities, these places had become so easy to visit. Cluster of verdant hills and the expanse of terracing rice fields with a neat will give a deep impression for the visitors of Tirta Ganga Park.

In the park area there is a large pool decorated with various statues and ornaments unique water, while at the top of the park, which banyan tree stood firm as if the umbrella palinggih or Pura contained in these attractions. Gusts of wind that carries the water vapor as well as colorful flowers that adorn the garden area presents its own coolness and exoticism for travelers. A number of lodgings, restaurants and shops that display various handicrafts for tourists looking line up neatly outside the park. No exception for visitors who want to taste the local specialties such as mangosteen fruits, small stalls in the parking area, the merchant like competing to selling their product.


Trekking to Mount Agung

Towering 3,142 metres above sea level, Mount Agung is the highest mountain on the island of Bali and the fifth highest volcano in the whole of Indonesia.

Mount Agung has huge spiritual significance to the people of the island, and is home to the ‘Mother Temple’ of Besakih. It forms part of a chain of volcanos that make up the back bone of Bali.

Climbing Mount Agung Routes

From Besakih (west). This is a demanding climb starting close to Besakih temple. The ascent will take about 6 to 7 hours and ends at the very highest point of the mountain. The final hour or so is exceptionally demanding often requiring ascent on all fours. A sensible start time is about 11PM, so that you arrive at the top before dawn and wait for the sunrise. Allow as long to get down as it took you to get up.

Climb Mount Agung Itinerary :

  • ——- pm : pick up at your hotel, depend on where are you stay in Bali.
  • 11:00 pm : Arrival at Besakih Temple starting point.
  • 11:15 pm : Begin our  trek to the summit and sunrise point.
  • 06:00 am : Arrive at the top before dawn and wait for the sunrise.
  • 07:30 am : Begin our descent to finishing point of our trek.
  • 12:00 am : Arrival at starting point and boarding car. Return arrival at your hotel.

(Approximate Hiking Time 12 Hours)

From Pura Pasar Agung (south). A three to four hour climb during which you ascend about 1,800 metres. The first third of the climb is a dusty path through a forest (which can be very slippery in the dry season). During the second third you will walk over broken rock and the the final third includes some climbing over solified lava. Not as stiff as the Besakih route. Strenght, rather than endurance will be the limiting factor for most people. The route ends about 100 metres below the actual summit, but the views are still excellent, and you can look into the crater. A sensible start time would be about 2:30 AM, again with aim of reaching the peak just before dawn.

A new way turn left at the middle of the climbing to reach the summit in 4 hours. Only experienced people can follow this path.

Climb Mount Agung Itinerary :

  • ——- pm : pick up at your hotel, depend on where are you stay in Bali.
  • 01:45 am : Arrival at Pasar Agung Temple starting point.
  • 01:45 am : Begin our  trek to the summit and sunrise point.
  • 06:00 am : Arrival at the summit, where we witness the spectacular view and sunrise.
  • 07:30 am : Begin our descent to finishing point of our trek.
  • 11:00 am : Arrival at starting point and boarding car. Return arrival at your hotel.

(Approximate Hiking Time 8 Hours)

Facilities Include For the trek to Mt Agung :

  • Pick up and return to your hotel by private air conditioned car
  • Experiences private local guides English speaking
  • Entrance Fee to Karangasem Area
  • Drinking water
  • Breakfast

What should you bring to Climb Mount Agung :

  • Hiking shoes
  • Long pants
  • Jacket

Climb Mount Batur

A Climb Mount Batur – 1,700 metres and still an active volcano – to watch the sunrise is a great experience for more energetic travellers. This is an easy climb of about 2 hours, and local guides abound. You do not need to be in peak physical shape to complete this trek. Which parts of the mountain are safely accessible change according to local volcanic activity.

Climb Mount Batur Itinerary:

  • ————– : pick up at your hotel, depend on where are you stay in Bali, and transport directly to the starting point in Pura Jati Temple.
  • 03.45 am : Arrival at starting point, introduction and safety procedure briefing by our experience professional hiking guide (association of mount batur trekking guides).
  • 04.00 am : Begin our climb / trek to Mount Batur Bali. 
  • 04.20 am : Continue our climb / trek to the summit crater. 
  • 06.15 am Arrival at the summit crater, where we witness the spectacular view and sunrise.
  • 07.00 am : Continue our trek around the entire crater. 
  • 08.00 am : Begin our descent to Jati Temple, the finishing point of our trek. 
  • 09.00 am : Arrival at Jati Temple and board car
  • 09.30 am : Stop off at a Balinese Coffee plantation
  • 12.00 pm : Return arrival at your hotel.

Facilities Include  for  the Climb Mount Batur :

  • Pick up and return to your hotel by  air conditioned car
  • Experienced private local guides  English speaking
  • Entrance Fee to Kintamani Area
  • Parking fee
  • Breakfast
  • Drinking water
  • Flashlights

What should you bring  to Climb Mount Batur :

  • Hiking shoes
  • Jacket
  • Long pants
  • Camera