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by on Friday, 29 January 20102 Comments | 1,529 views


Situated at Bali east coast Amed is with the nearest town, Amlapura, around 44 km away, Amed is a tourist destination that is suitable for those who longs for a quiet rustic scene and serene atmostphere. In the tourist vocabulary the word “Amed” refers to a 15-km stretch of coast from Amed via Jemeluk, Bunutan, Lipah Beach, and Banyuning to Aas.


To reach Amed youcan get a shuttle bus from Candidasa. The easiest way to reach Amed is still to hire your own transport with a driver. Public transportation in Amed is rare, There are bemos (mini buses) from Culik as far as Aas but mainly in the morning. Later in the day it is almost impossible to find transport; again the easiest way to get around is to hire a car and driver. Motorcycles are also widely available for rent.


Amed is well-known as diving and snorkeling site especially the Japanese wreck at Lipah, as for nightlife, compare to other destinations in South Bali, you can safely assume that there is no nightlife in Amed, save dining with friends, tasting the potent Arak Madu (Balinese local spirit mixed with honey and lime), enjoying live music at Wawa-wewe restaurants or if you are lucky you can watch the traditional genjek performance.


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