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On our first dinner, we met wayan working at cafe indah on lipah beach.
2 days later, he took me on his uncle fishing boat with my daughter.
What a great start of the day. We started oir day at 430am..start throwing the net at...More
If you are staying over on the eastern side of Bali then Amed is worth a visit. The snorkelling off the beach is pretty good with plenty of colourful fish and other marine life. If you are used to sandy beaches, swanky resorts and restaurants...More
Bali’s oceans are littered with plastics but here in the tiny fishing village of Amed it’s not quite so bad. Most of the cafes and restaurants now use bamboo straws and don’t automatically wrap everything in plastic bags. Brown paper recyclables are used extensively. So...More
We did not stay overnight at Amed but just pass by to enjoy the view and wants to experience Amed Beach as recommended by friend. The beach is black sand, not white sand as is in South Bali. The beach is not as crowded as...More
Amed beach is small but lovely. The sea is not like Bali, no wave no sand and lots of tropical fish that you can see with snorkeling. We stayed near the sea and in the mornings the sea ,sun is wonderful.There are small restaurants that...More
We personally loved the beach as we are scuba divers and the water is warm, clear and has quite good diving. But for a family or couples to have a beach experience, it is certainly not the place. Snorkelling is good, but there are lots...More
We are beach hunters. Beach vacationers. Sea adventurers.
This beach is not one to spread out your towels and lounge as there are many rocks & coral AND a parking lot of traditional fisherman boats.
HOWEVER, if you are staying here you can enjoy the...More
I am traveling all my life. This place is horrible. Empty of people. Bad restaurants. The reef is 100% dead. If you are about snorkeling, do yourself a favor and don't go. For over 20 years the reef is dead. Beach sand is not good....More
The beach and views ARE absolutely stunning, and the snorkelling is perfect to the right of the beach - we stumbled on a sea turtle whilst snorkelling. However, having only being in the village an hour or so, and having our first venture out there...More
Ask the locals for boat tours and get the gear here for snorkeling or scuba diving! I did snorkeling with Buba Racok Homestay people and loved it 2:30-6pm snorkeling tour for very little and great service! This is a lovely town with many options to...More