Hike from Lempuyang Temple to Amed Beach

Hiking from Lempuyang Temple to Amed Beach in Bali
Hiking from Lempuyang Temple to Amed Beach in Bali

By Vicky · Published Jul. 27th, 2022 · Updated Nov. 21st, 2022

From Lempuyang Temple, this hike leads down a small road through a beautiful, mountainous valley full of jungle to the coastal village of Amed far below.

Hiking Map

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This walk starts at Lempuyang Temple and ends in Amed by the beach. You can get a taxi to Lempuyang Temple, but in the morning we walked to the temple from Tirta Gangga Water Palace (16.5 km, 4-6 hours). We hiked down to Amed Beach in the afternoon after lunch.

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Leaving Lempuyang Temple

Hiking in Bali down from Lempuyang Temple to Amed
Walking between Lempuyang Temple and Amed Beach in Bali

From Lempuyang Temple, head right along the road at the junction where lots of taxis are waiting. This road is fairly quiet and winds along through the jungle with occasional houses and nice views. After almost 1.5km, head right at the junction to walk up the road to the saddle. At the top continue to the right and over onto the other side of the mountain range.

The small road now starts heading downwards. You wind through little villages, with temples, and great views back up the forested mountains to the right. You can see little houses dotted amongst the steep hillside, and rocky cliff faces above.

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Continuing Downwards in the Valley

Temple in the valley on a walk in Bali
Walking on a small road in Bali down from Lempuyang Temple to Amed
Walking on a small road in Bali down from Lempuyang Temple to Amed

After 2 km from the highest point, continue right on the road at the junction to keep on walking downwards. There’s a sharp corner where you bend right and contour along through some more villages. The road bends around and down into the main valley.

You’ll pass through a larger village as the road becomes flatter and now follow the valley down on the right side of a river. About 1.5 km after the village you’ll see a small little restaurant, Warung Agus, on the edge of the road. A great place for a refreshing drink.

Walking past rice terraces in Bali, near Amed Beach

The route continues further, with beautiful views of rice fields and back up the mountains. Eventually you’ll reach the busier coastal road in Bunutan, part of the Amed Beach area.

Amed Beach

Amed Beach in Bali
Amed Beach in Bali

At Amed Beach we stayed at Sunshine Bungalows*. It’s right on the beach and there’s some fantastic mask and snorkelling just in front of the hotel. It was actually the best snorkelling in the whole of Bali – we swam out to the far side of the reef (which starts a few metres offshore) where the ocean is very clear, and it was amazing. There were so many fish and we also saw a sea turtle! We also picked Sunshine Bungalows because it was not too far from where the road down from Lempuyang Temple reaches the coast, so we minimised the walking.

Guidebooks to explore more of Bali & Lombok

For more activities nearby, check out the hike from Tirta Gangga to Lempuyang Temple, the walk from Tenganan Village to Tirta Gangga, or another hike in Candidasa. Or, discover the Best Hikes in Bali.


  1. I did this hike! I honed into it on google maps while looking for an interesting walk. Couldn’t find anything else about it on the internet or wikiloc except for your site. Thanks for giving me the confidence to try it – it was amazing! It’s a rare thing in touristic Bali to find such solitude – the locals looked absolutely shocked that I was there 😉

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