Amed Beach in Bali is most likely already in your Bali travel itinerary if you’re a keen diver. The island’s eastern shoreline boasts an underwater playground, and Amed Beach is among the favourite between two main sites (the other being Tulamben, 25km to the north). Amed Beach in Bali was once best known for its traditional salt farming. Soon after its beautiful underwater trove was unveiled, with an historical shipwreck adding to its natural features, Amed Beach became a favourite among divers, particularly Jemeluk Bay.
Ask for Amed Beach in Bali and you’d be directed to any strip along the coast that spans seven different seaside villages; Amed, Jemeluk, Bunutan, Lipah, Selang, Banyuning and Aas. All are fishing villages, hence the traditional jukung outriggers that line the coast.
Amed Beach in Bali is all about ‘doze, dine n’ dive’. Naturally, various dive operators have set up base here, and several run accommodation businesses of all style and sizes, from simple homestays to luxury villas, also with restaurants serving international cuisine, Asian and other options. Small traditional warung stalls along the village streets selling traditional and local fare can be part of your experience as well. You’ll find a rather laidback atmosphere in Amed Beach, perfect for honeymooners of the adventurous type, and those simply opting for a rustic Bali retreat