The Jemeluk Bay underwater gallery displays “living sea” sculptures by Indonesian artists like Wayan Winten and Eddi Prabandono. It’s located off the coast of Amed Beach in East Bali. The dive site is renowned for its calm waters and amazing biodiversity that thrives along its coral walls. The bay offers shore and boat diving with a visibility of up to 25 metres.
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Jemeluk Bay Underwater Gallery highlights
The currents are mild, making it a popular diving destination. Expect fantastic coral formations, a huge variety of tropical fish, and occasional sightings of green sea turtles. Some of the most prominent sculptures include a giant baby head, beautiful apsara (Hindu water nymphs), mermaids, treasure chests, and a Balinese barong.
A longstanding underwater feature at the Jemeluk Bay underwater gallery is a working underwater letterbox, where you can post a card back home on your dive. Look for a big yellow dive buoy in the middle of the area – it’s usually about 6 metres straight down from there. You can purchase waterproof postcards from local dive shops along the coast.
Jemeluk Bay Underwater Gallery
- Location: Pantai Jemeluk, Amed Street, Bunutan, Abang, Karangasem, Bali 80852, Indonesia