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Amed spans seven different seaside villages: Amed, Jemeluk, Bunutan, Lipah, Selang, Banyuning and Aas. All are fishing villages, hence the classic scene of traditional jukung outriggers lining the coast. Famous as a dive spot, the quiet shores with its dramatic sunrises are a not-to-miss sight if you’re staying here. Among the overland highlights that you can find on your way back from Amed is traditional salt farming in the area of Purwakerti. A two-and-a-half hour’s journey back to the south will offer you more viewpoints that are scenic and other attractions in the Karangasem and Klungkung regencies, such as the Tirta Gangga water gardens and the Goa Lawah Temple.
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Basic Freediving and Yoga Course
Amed > Ubud > Seminyak Private Ground Transfer Service with a Suzuki APV van
Diving for Certified Diver in Amed
Amed < > Ubud Private Ground Transfer Service with a Suzuki APV van
Hidden Waterfall @ Tegenungan
The High Cliff at Melasti Beach
Snorkelling Day Tour To The Secret Underwater World of Amed
"Amed Reef" Day Trip for Beginners
Diving Day Trip To Amed - 2 Dives