Truth be told, Amed has long been on the map for tourists seeking to elude Bali’s crazy south, but the series of looping bays along the coast of east Bali retains a charming washed-out feel – like a spot that enjoyed a long-passed heyday and now has a rather slightly sleepy European feel.

The appeal here is solid off-the-beach snorkeling and diving in several of the bays, including the Japanese wreck at Banyuning. You can base yourself at Amed to snorkel the liberty wreck at Tulamben, too. Otherwise, it’s a great place to just relax and watch the jukungs (traditional outrigger canoes) fan out with their colorful triangular sails onto the waters before dawn, returning in the early morning.

Be The Inspiring Travelers
Have you ever been to Jimbaran Beach or other Beautiful Places in Bali? Please send us your Bali Travel Stories, Pictures or Tips and Advice to help other travelers to experience a pleasant holiday in Bali. Email us: amazingbaliguide@gmail.com

Find Amed Beach On Google Map

Inspiring Travel Photos

Amed

amed1
https://www.instagram.com/wahyu_wt/
https://www.instagram.com/marthasuherman.captures/
https://www.instagram.com/erytriana_iie/

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.