Crested Hill, Bukit Jambul Karangasem

Bukit Jambul (Crested Hill) is a resort area (stopover). It is often visited by tourists, both foreign and domestic, who travel to Besakih Temple or return from Besakih Temple.

At the bottom of the hill is a stunning view of rice fields. It makes the trees look like a crest. That's why the hill is named the crested hill (Bukit Jambul)

The name of the crested hill was first given during the Dutch invasion in Indonesia by a tourist, which was inspired by a high hill standing in the south of the main route connecting Klungkung and Karangasem Regency.

There is a temple called Puncak Sari Temple at the top of the hill. The temple is surrounded by large trees. Under the temple complex, there is a charming view of rice fields. 

Generally, some tourists visit this place for lunch and drink. They can also enjoy the natural view of the crested hill, which is calm and fresh. Often tourists who visit take photographs of natural landscape of crested hill.

Crested hill is one of the most interesting tours in Bali. Because the crested hill is a harmonious combination between hills, rice fields, valleys, and beautiful sea view. 

On the east, a hill rises high in the Sidemen region. In the south is a rice field area of ​​Klungkung Regency and surrounding areas and views of the high seas in the South of Klungkung.

In addition, the hill which has a height of 500 meters above sea level presents fresh and clean  air.