Jemeluk Beach

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  • Address: Jalan Amed, Bunutan, Abang, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80852, Indonesia
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Beach, Leisure, Family And Kids

This pretty beach is in Purwakerti Village. Its lovely landscape is worth strolling over, canoeing, and taking photographs of. The beach is clean, the water is clear and shallow. For all that it looks pretty on the outside, the main beauty of this beach lines under its waves. The marine life here living in the beautiful coral is exotic and colorful, and it is one of the best places on the island go snorkeling. There’s usually someone close to the parking lot renting out snorkelling gear if you haven’t got your own. There are some simple accommodations around the beach if you feel like staying overnight and exploring the marine world more thoroughly the next day. Check out the Jemeluk Viewpoint to the east and the Amed Beach to the west. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Bali itinerary 3 days.

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  • Jemeluk Beach Address: Jalan Amed, Bunutan, Abang, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80852, Indonesia
  • Jemeluk Beach Timing: 24-hrs
  • Jemeluk Beach Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Jemeluk Beach(preferred time): 09:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Jemeluk Beach: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 13.34% of people who visit Bali include Jemeluk Beach in their plan

  • 28.2% of people start their Jemeluk Beach visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Jemeluk Beach

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

92.97% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Jemeluk Beach

People normally club together Mount Agung and Danau Batur while planning their visit to Jemeluk Beach.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Relaxing cove close to the 2 ship wrecks in the area. Definitely not a "Kuta" experience and if you're wanting a family friendly slower beach this is the perfect place. The water is very clear and makes for a much nicer swim than most of the more southern beaches. The vendors are easy going and the chairs are cheap to rent. There is a wide range of food available, both local and western. The sand is not the best but the corals are not far from shore and make for some good snorkeling. If diving is more your thrill there are plenty of boats for hire to head to the liberty wreck and scuba. I'd advise going super early as it is the main highlight in the area and gets busy quickly. Just south of this cove is the Japanese shipwreck that's accessable by boats rented from here as well as a short drive and some luck finding it. The Japanese shipwreck is in shallow enough water that you would be happy with just a snorkel. There are a few places in the area to get a room and I'd recommend a night or two in the area if you're here as the drive back to the more touristy areas can be quite long.

  • Great snorkeling place. During our staying in Amed waves were quite brutal everywhere except Jemeluk. This was the only beach where you could enter the water without fighting waves. Corals are stunning by the way and are just 20-30m from the shore.

  • Great snorkeling! Very clear water and rich marine life. The right side of the bay is good - swim near the edge of the reef. It can match the Ningaloo (Australia, WA) in species but not abundance. Not much trash in water - only a few single pieces.

  • That's one of very famous Bali's dive spot. Blue pure water, warm and contrast of the black volcanic sand. Beautiful surrounding with the Gunung Agung. It's great for snorkeling as well. The village activities are focused on diving tourism. Friendly local people. Prices reasonable.

  • Food prices are a bit higher than at other facilities in the area, but then your meal does include an ubrella, a deck chair and an unbeatable view of the ocean, less than 10 meters away. Snorkeling from the beach was great, with coral reefs starting just 2 meters in at low tide. Mostly hard corals here, only saw a handful soft corals and the condition of the coral is about 80% healthy. Sadly some tourists step on corals despite being warned by locals, which probably explains a lot of the coral decay. We only snorkeled at one other spot in Bali before Jemeluk, namely the Coral Garden at Tulamben and the latter pales in comparison to Jemeluk. Jemeluk has a much bigger reef, more variety of coral and more fish, both in volume and number of species.

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