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Amed Beach

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Amed Beach

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AL_RTW wrote a review Mar 2020
Incline Village, Nevada94 contributions68 helpful votes
Amed still has a fishing village feel but things are not well here. 1) Trash Everywhere. I know that this is a problem around most of Bali, but it is pervasive here in Amed and a problem that locals seem to be ignoring at their own front doors. There are large trash piles along the roads, on the beaches and in the water. The piles accumulate along the waterways that feed the local businesses. In the heat of the day, the smell of decay starts to become apparent. The Jemeluk dive site is overrun with floating plastic, candy wrappers and more. 2) Over Construction. The town is already filled to the brim with dive shops, hotels and transport services. Yet, there is massive construction going on at every level (huge hotels and small businesses) which creates incessant noise and piles of debris that spill into the middle of the road and into the creeks. Access to the beach is also affected by the construction. 3) Local Resentment. There seemed to be not the same level of friendliness here as the rest of Bali. People were still polite and smiled, but the friendliness was missing or not genuine. At the Abyss Dive Center someone actually mocked me for asking a question. Local shop owners refused to make change to help other shops which I did not experience anywhere else in Bali.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Wendy W wrote a review Mar 2020
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After staying in Cangu for many years I decided to follow the road for another hour or so climbing hillside village life until Amed Delighted with clean quiet beachside life Well worth the escape of busy life in the city Great bungalow prices all dotted along the coral strewn beach Mt Agung is your back drop
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Date of experience: January 2020
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ditchthislife wrote a review Jan 2020
Regina, Canada1,537 contributions328 helpful votes
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I have been to a lot of beach towns in my travels and I have to say, Amed is absolutely one of my favourites! The beach itself is volcanic black sand so if you are looking for the fine powder you won't find it here. The beach is very clean and water warm. What you will find here is an incredible town full of amazing people. The vibe is very relaxed. You can sit and watch the seaside life of the Balinese in action. The main road is filled with amazing little warungs which are incredibly well priced. We didn't find this town overly touristy and it is NOTHING like the craziness of south Bali. We absolutely loved our stay in Amed. Our only regret is that we discovered it at the end of our three month trip to Bali so only stayed 5 nights. We will definitely be back for an extended stay.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Laura30 wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom7 contributions1 helpful vote
We came here to relaxing and stay close with the beach. so beautiful beach in bali. we love this place so much. amazing vacation !!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Miams wrote a review Sep 2019
63 contributions9 helpful votes
Amed beach is good if you want to snorkel, you can already find nice fish and coral close to the shore, I even saw a small ray. The beach itself is black sand. When I was there it was a bit crowded on the beach and not easy to find a spot in shadows as there are transats everywhere, but the price of a transat was acceptable.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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