The hillside retreat of Amankila – romantic, serene, picturesque – is a gateway to Bali’s natural and cultural wonders

Amankila Adventure Experiences

The panoramic views from Amankila, perched on a hillside above the Lombok Strait, are the first step to discovering east Bali’s mix of spiritual and regal heritage. Sacred mountains tower over villages tucked between emerald-green rice paddies, where life has changed little over the centuries. Watersports such as scuba diving, sailing and paddle boarding can be enjoyed in the pristine waters


The beach club features a 41-metre pool and extensive watersports equipment

The Bali coast is home to some of the world’s best surfing, and watersports including scuba diving, kayaking and snorkelling, all with guides, are also available


Design elements reflect nearby Ujung – a floating palace built by the last Raja of Karangasem

Enjoy a private tour of the Romanesque royal palace, which is more Baroque than Balinese in places, and visit the 11-tiered fountain at Tirta Gangga water palace


Explore treasures that have risen from Bali’s unique variant of Hinduism

Goa Lawah, hidden in a bat cave, is nearby Amankila, while two of the island’s most important temples – Luhur Lempuyang and Besakih, are also in east Bali

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