Amed Beach East Bali is everything you dreamed it would be: a rare and special paradise of outstanding exotic beauty, vibrant culture and friendly people. Here you can finally find peace andquiet, enjoy great food and take advantage of comfortable and inexpensive accommodation.From the beach, Amed offers an excellent site for training dives. It has a flat bottom lagoon for instruction and a coral reef only 5 minutes swim away.
This location is highly recommended for introductory dives. By boat, Amed has a nice wall dive justa few minutes away. It is a fun, easy dive for everyone. Snorkeling and diving off the black-sandbeaches here is exceptional, the variety and numbers of fish on display are among the best on Bali and the water temperature is a constant 28 degrees. Schools of cardinal fish, triggerfish, blacksnappers, pyramid butterflies, banner fish, and damselfish can be seen on the sand slopes, whiletable corals, big fan gorgonians, and magnificent stag horn Acropora and Dendronephthya trees,dense growths of sponges, crinoids, and sea fans are commonly found within 20 meters of shore. Cemuluk, on a protected bay, is an ideal place to begin snorkeling. Four kilometres further southalong the coast is Banyuning, where there’s a small wreck and some of the most beautiful coral gardens to be seen anywhere in the Lesser Sundas. The water is a little deeper here and sometimes there is a slight swell, so this area suits people with experience.
It’s located North East from Amlapura. You should reach it within thirty minutes by car.If you want to use a public transportion, take a bus (medium-sized) from Denpasar, BatubulanTerminal to Amlapura, for two hours. Then change to a bemo (a three-wheeled motoped) to Amed,for 30min. The bemo will usually stop at the village, but you need to state it clearly otherwise thedriver may take you directly to Jemeluk Beach.