Kedisan is located alongside of Lake Batur. It takes another 7 km from Penelokan to reach Kedisan. Being located on volcanic soil makes the land fertile and suitable for farming. Most of the villagers rely from agriculture for income. Popular vegetables being farmed in this area are onions, cabbage, tamarillo, tomato and chili. Aside from agriculture, villagers also rely on fishing from the lake with the most popular fish generated, Tilapia.
There is a dock located in Kedisan for boat rides to Trunyan or sightseeing around Lake Batur, complemented by a huge parking space. It is a good place to visit should you wish to cross the Lake or for cycling alongside Lake Batur as the roads are fairly flat as compared to other places alongside the lake, making it an easy route for amateur cyclers. The picturesque panorama as well as the cool weather will make your cycling tour enjoyable.