Japanese Ship Wreck Point

Japanese Ship Wreck Point, Amed: Hours, Address, Japanese Ship Wreck Point Reviews: 4.5/5

Japanese Ship Wreck Point
4.5
Points of Interest & Landmarks
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Tatiana Gogol’
Bali, Indonesia27 contributions
Mar. 2021
This was awesome for snorkeling!
Tip: go in the morning time and you will see more fish.
Sunny days better too!

I saw many fish and it was so colorful and awesome!
Written 15 March 2021
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A B
Perth, Australia243 contributions
Mar. 2020
We had a couple of hours at the shipwreck snorkeling. It is accessible from the beach and about 20 metres out. There is a buoy marking the spot of the wreck. Not much is left of it after 78 years but you can still make out the bow and there is heaps of fish and coral. We saw beginner SCUBA divers as it is not a deep wreck. The water was clear in the morning and there were quite a few people so try to get there early. There is plenty of tables at a Warung to leave your belongings at and showers and toilets. There is a tip box for using these facilities but we opted instead to have a tea and coffee from the Warung after our snorkel and have a relax under beautiful shady trees. There is a big car park but there is construction going on in the car park so not sure what is happening there.
Written 28 March 2020
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RadekZLisny
23 contributions
Feb. 2020
So far I had a limited possibilities to snorkel to any wreck except of scuba diving. At this point you have this excellent possibility just 3 meters below the surface. Do not miss it! And one more tip: In the body of the wreck there is always a huge flock of small fishes :-)
Written 29 February 2020
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Cindy T
Adelaide, Australia22 contributions
Feb. 2020
I went snorkelling which was arranged by my accomodation via a local boat. Maybe a bad time of the year to go snorkelling here as there were a few waves. To be honest I was disappointed, not much coral and there are some fish. A plus was there wasn’t much rubbish in the water. I recently went to Menjangan Island which was really good.
Written 1 February 2020
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cd1975
Harrington, Australia98 contributions
Dec. 2019
Located very close to the shore, this its a fantastic dive site for divers of any ability. The site has amazing history. There are plenty of places nearby to hire gear if you need to. You do need to pay a small fee for parking but it is well worth it.
Written 30 December 2019
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Manuelitowa
Dunsborough, Australia13 contributions
Dec. 2019 • Family
I was there 6 years ago, there was already some plastic in the water but now it's just heart breaking.
Some morning , depending on the current, the beaches and water are full of plastic.
You are literally swimming in the middle of all sort of plastic floating around you and all the way on the shore.
70 to 80 %of the coral is dead, you still see some fish but nothing compare to what it should be.
I saw 2 fish with plastic pieces around the mounth, some herrings (I believe) that are swimming open mounth to get small fish are eating more plastic than fish.
Such a shame for this incredible place where coral used to be all over just 5 meters from the beach.
You have to clean the beach when you arrive if you want your children to play around while locals ( too busy on the mobile phone) are watching you packing all sort of plastic.
I won't be back there, I love this part of Bali but if locals are not urgently acting, in 20 or 30 years ( maybe before), I can definitely tell you that there would be no more coral and therefore fish in those water.
Please act instead of spending time on your phone.
Written 23 December 2019
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Carolyn
Cairns, Australia13 contributions
Nov. 2019
Easy snorkeling straight off the beach to the Japanese Shipwreck.
Shallow water, so can see plenty, don’t need to scuba to see plenty of fishes and corals
Written 6 November 2019
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cknights728
4 contributions
Jul. 2019 • Friends
We were getting certified with a local dive company, and they took us to this site for two of our dives. It was breathtaking. Lots of wildlife and things to admire as you dive. Definitely recommend!!
Written 14 July 2019
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natstravel10
Mt Martha, Australia165 contributions
Jun. 2019 • Couples
Unbelievable to see a wreck so close to the surface with just a snorkel and mask. Fish are in abundance with so many varieties. Water varies in depth for the novice or more experienced diver.
Written 18 June 2019
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NiPutu Bulan - Jacky
Amed, Indonesia13 contributions
May 2019 • Family
Once you are in the water, which is a bit of a challenge, it is amazing. So many fish in so many colors. The wreck is not that big but it impressed me. Make sure you go snorkerling when the ocean is calm, otherwise you will not see the real beauty.
Written 31 May 2019
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