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Amed is a popular coastal town located in the Karangasem Regency on the eastern part of Bali, Indonesia. Known for its black volcanic sand beaches, its crystal-clear waters make it a top destination for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts. Dive sites around Amed include magnificent coral reefs, a wealth of marine life, and shipwrecks. The area is also known for its traditional salt farming and Mount Agung views, making it a great spot for cultural and adventure activities. The serene, laid-back village environment also offers a relaxing escape from Bali's bustling tourist centers.


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Amed Beach

Amed Beach is a picturesque coastal area located in the eastern part of Bali, Indonesia. Known for its black volcanic sand, the beach is a favorite spot for snorkeling and diving due to its crystal clear waters and vibrant coral reefs. Visitors can also enjoy stunning views of Mount Agung in the background, making it a perfect destination for both relaxation and adventure. The local community offers a variety of accommodations and dining options, ensuring a comfortable stay for tourists.

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Love Hill

Love Hill, locally known as Bukit Cinta, is another popular attraction in Amed, Bali. This scenic spot offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes, including the majestic Mount Agung. Visitors often come here to catch the sunrise or sunset, making it a romantic destination for couples. The hike to the top is relatively easy, and the view from the summit provides ample opportunities for photography and contemplation.

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