Amed Beach in Bali is the most popular travel destination with longest beach-front. Also known as a best place for scuba diving and snorkeling. Amed is a fishing town. This beach-front covers the seven towns Amed, Bunutan, Lipah, Aas, Jemeluk, Banyuning and Selang.
The lifestyle in this town is quite traditional and beach site is most wonderful. The beach was best known for salt farming. Today, it is famous for scuba diving and snorkelling in Bali. All facts make the Amed a best holiday and honeymoon destination.
Most visitor visit here to chill out by the seaside, snorkel and diving. The best places for snorkeling and scuba diving is the Jemeluk, Selang and Banyuning. The scuba diving tours arrange by many dive shops in the town. If diving isn’t your interest than you can climb Gunung Agung. You tend to leave around 23:00 and climb all night and in the morning arriving at the summit.
Things to do
Amed Beach offering lots of other activity alongside the climbing, diving and snorkeling. Such as:
- Conventional wood made boat are available for fishing from the main beaches in the Amed area.
- Have a traditional massage on the seaside. Women from the local towns are always on hand for an stimulating massage, especially at Lipah Beach.
- Enjoy nature beauty and go with the wind on a classic boating vessel for snorkeling, fishing, dolphin viewing and diving.
- Go get up paddleboarding (SUP) in Jemeluk bay beside Apneista free-diving school. This is a wonderful way to understand more about the marine life and diving.
Public transport in Amed is infrequently. There are mini buses between Culik to Amed, but in the morning. But in the day time it is impossible to find any public transport. The easiest mode to travel around is to take a car on hire basis. Motorcycles are largely available for rent.
The Amed coast is very clan, with most locals people is their own home and bartering for their food. Most restaurants in Amed cater only for tourists. In some restaurants you can ask and they will be glad to make it a authentic Food. There is a huge range of small family restaurants. Most of them serve the same dish at the same price, but quality can be vary greatly.
For an night drink and fun, a local group performs live at the Twice One Restaurant once a week and there are often free Balinese dance shows in some of the restaurants. Typically Amed is peaceful at night and it is certainly not a late night drinking place.