Taman Ujung Sukasada is located about 5 km from the town of Amlapura in the countryside of Ujung. This site is a beautiful park with a large fish pond surrounding the old Karangasem Empire heritage building that the King of Karangasem uses in their era for day relaxation or meeting place.

This park is originally met with only one pool that is very ghostly and very secret called by Di Dirah and this pool at the time of I Gusti Gede Putu King (1849-1893) governance with his brother Gde Oka (1849-1890) that the surrounding of this pool is functioning as a place of exile for the man who claimed to run the black magic (leak).

During the period of I Gusti Bagus Jelantik governance which began to lead the Karangasem Kingdom in 1909, this pool area was extended and developed by some pools and also luxury Bale Gili building with European style (modern style), later it was named Taman Sukasada / Sukasada Park Ujung Karangasem, which is estimated to have been built in the twentieth year.

This park is strategically located on the coastal side, south of Karangasem town and is founded around the area by a lot of wellspring.

If seen from the historical point of view, most of the omissions from the Karangasem Empire both for Lombok Island and also exist in Bali, the entire area consisted of the pool and Gili building that exists in the middle of the pool such as Mayura and Narmada Park that exists in the western part of Lombok Island.

We can say that this Sukasada Park is a mascot of tourist destinations in the eastern part of Bali because Sukasada Park has been recognized to foreign countries since the twentieth year and is again more famous in the thirtieth year when all foreign tourists begin to pay a visit to Bali.

King of KarangasemI Gusti Bagus Jelantik, known as Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem, is a statesman, a letterman, and an architect. He has created a lot of building not even in the form of a park, but also some building that exists in Puri Agung Karangasem (Palace of Karangasem) like a gateway that looks like a pagoda.

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