d'Sawah Amed Homestay, Warung & So Much More
it's your life,
do what you LOVE.
Travel solo, in pairs or with a crazy fun-loving bunch of friends. Whichever way suits your style & mood. We hope these pictures, taken by our son (Wayan), inspire you to discover East Bali during your homestay at d'Sawah Amed.
Instagram Feed by Our Very Own Wayan
(d'Sawah Amed's founders' eldest son).
Yup, we provide scooters for rental. So you can hop on, hop off, snorkel and frolick in the Bali sea, and zip around Amed, Bunutan and even Tulamben where the USS shipwreck is.
Take the opportunity to make the simple yet delicious Balinese 'sambal matah' and other dishes taught by chef Susie. Or simply order from the in-house Warung (cafe) menu.
East Bali is unique because of its local Hindu traditions. d'Sawah Amed is well-informed of the satellite events/ religious ceremonies happening in and around Amed.
You are spoilt for choices. Go diving, snorkelling or simply sun-tan at the beach.
Amed can be pretty quiet by 8pm so d'Sawah's huge king-size beds are the best to jump on. Read a book or sit at the balcony with a cup of tea.
We can bring Ubud to you. Private Balinese dance classes* are available for a minimal fee at d'Sawah. *please check availability.
There are plenty of things to do in Amed, from snorkelling and diving in the Bali Sea, mountain trekking, paddleboarding and even yoga. Great snorkelling sites are sprinkled all over Amed, from an underwater temple to the Japanese Shipwreck, all with colourful, corals and the cutest of sea life such as the bright yellow-spots box-fish.
Have a break and experience the beauty of Amed's way of life; go fishing with locals in traditional jukung boats, appreciate the sounds and sights of the unique Hindu Balinese ceremonies, learn how to weave your own bamboo hat, and step into the shoes of Amed farmers.