Located on the southwest corner of Babeldaob, it has some 37 square km of land and mangrove areas.

It has low rolling hills with some rugged terrain along the west coast. Large areas of commercial agricultural development exist in Aimeliik. The famous prehistoric terraces, the largest in Palau, can be found in the village of Ngebedech. Located in Elechui Village lies Malsol’s Tomb. It is said that Malsol was a fierce warrior from a neighbouring state that was stoned to death by the women of the village for killing one of their sons. The stones were left to form his tomb. Visitors going to Aimeliik can visit Malsol’s Tomb, Elechui Village, and the Aimeliik Bai.

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Aimeliik State Sites
Phone #: 544-2967
  No.Name of SItesTypeFees/PermitsType of Activities/TourProtected Areas Network Sites (PAN)
1Beluu er a ElechuiTraditional VillageTourist Fees: $10.00 Local Fee: $5.00 Students Fee: FREELand TourNgerderar Watershed Reserve
Protected Areas Network S(PAN) Coordinator:
Pauline Reklai
2Beluu er   a LmuutTraditional Village
3Beluu er a NgchemiangelTraditional Village
4Oublallang er a NgerkelalkTerrace Set
5Oublallang er a NgebedechTerrace Set
6Beluu er a NgerkeaiTraditional Village
7Elderrir a RuchubStone Feature
8Debellel  a MalsolBurial
9Roismid/Oublallang el bukl er a Imul/Bukl er a TereiTerrace Set
10Beluu er a Ngerkeai (2nd Ngerkeai)Traditional Village
11RoiseruongStone feature
12Disechir ar TurangBathing pool
14Remiang ra MedormSacred Tree