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Pacha Reggae Bar & Restaurant

4 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Made
Made
April 16, 2018
Reggae is the main source of entertainment in Amed, this place can get very busy and has a good dance floor..a few other places have the same band on different nights.. the staff can find out for you..
Isaline & Onggok
Isaline & Onggok
March 4, 2018
Live music on Tuesday and Friday.
Allen
Allen
April 6, 2017
Live music and the closest party scene you'll find in the Amed area.
Dominique
Dominique
March 19, 2018
C'est un des club parmi plein d'autres , la musique y est la meme que partout ailleurs car c'est le meme orchestre qui tourne toute la semaine. ah oui si vous n'aimez pas le reggae , abstenez vous, allez plutôt manger une glace a Kelapa cottage

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“The Japanese Wreck dive site in Amed is a 20 meters sunken wreck of a Japanese patrol ship sunk during the World War II. The wreck is lively with colorful soft corals all over it and lies in at a depth varying between 2-12 meters. If you follow the descending slope, you get to a nice coral plateau at a depth of 35 meters. It lays on silty sand that can easily be stirred up by too many divers or a change in the prevailing currents. But overall the wreck itself is a very easy and safe dive. The wreck now sports a fine array of large gorgonian fans, sponges and general marine life. With the area around the stern particularly vibrant. Diving the Japanese Wreck in Bali is very easy. The hardest part being the entry and exit on the black pebbles of the beach at Banyuning Bay. Which, if there is swell, can be a bit challenging. But once in the water, it’s a short surface swim to the buoy marking the wreck. The wreck itself is fairly small and looks like it used to be a tug. But it is quite hard to tell now that it is on its side and partially broken up. While the Japanese wreck may play second fiddle to the very well-known Liberty wreck in nearby Tulamben, this quite small and interesting wreck really deserves your attention if you are diving around Amed. The wreck is literally just off the beach in Banyuning Bay close to the small village of the same name on the eastern tip of Bali. Banyuning is just one of the seven villages along the 8km long strip of coastline that is referred to as “Amed”. And to further confuse matters, one of those seven villages is also called Amed. So, there is Amed the area and… Amed the village in the Amed area! ”
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Location
Bali, 80852
Phone0819-3649-5309