The founders of Waterbom Bali consciously developed the park to complement the natural environment.
Beyond the world-class slides, built and maintained to strict international safety standards, lies a carefully landscaped sanctuary of gardens and water systems proudly representing the beauty of Bali.
Waterbom Bali spans 3.8 hectares designed to provide memorable experiences for our range of guests. From thrill seekers testing their mettle on Asia’s steepest slide- The Climax to families enjoying the expansive kids’ area or those wanting to relax and soak in the day away from the bustling world outside.
To this day, Waterbom still maintains more than 50% of the park as green space including a number of endangered native species.
Our guests’ dining experience is a critical part of their day. We take our obligation to provide a variety of high quality, and high value, options and excellent service very seriously.
Far from the standard fare offered in water parks, we pride ourselves on the extensive cuisine varieties available throughout our restaurants at Waterbom including hand-made 48hr leavened pizzas and a range of alternatives for the health conscious.
Amed Dive Center was opened in July 2002 and isclosely cooperating with Hotel Uyah Amed & Spa Resort. It is located in Amed – East Bali, well known for fantastic dive sites and offers PADI & SSI Dive courses, fun diving,
Amed Dive Center offers Introductory Dives, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, SSI & PADI Dive Courses, snorkeling tours and Fun Diving at Bali’s best Dive Sites.
Water Worxx Dive Center is located on Bali’s tranquil east coast in Padang Bai, a typically small Balinese fishing village with gorgeous white sand beaches where Bali is still Bali. Fortunately, the best dive sites of Bali are on our front doorstep!
We are a small family run Dive Center and we are specialized in tailor-made dive excursions. The best Dive Sites in Bali are directly in front of our door. Most are reached with a traditional outtriggerboat. Other Dive Sites such as Nusa Penida, Manta Point, Gili Tepekong or Gili Biaha we reach by speedboat in a short time.
Check out all of our Dive Sites in our section dive sites. There you can find in detail the individual spots and get an overview of the wide variety of possible dive excursions. Since 2014 we are an official DDI – Disabled Divers International – Dive Center and offer dive courses for people with physical disability.
Our Center is mostly whellchair accessible. Our crew and our instructors have many years experience in working with physically challenged Divers – above and under water.
Amed Scuba is lead by the German biologist Christine Sbick. Who speaks fluent English and off course her native German. Christine has over 20 years of experience as a dive instructor, but her incredible enthusiasm is only growing.
At Amed Scuba we want all of our guests to be completely satisfied, that’s why our divemasters only guide small groups with a maximum of four people. We select the members of the group depending on their knowledge and experience under the water and your safety is always the most important reasoning in our planning.
We want to satisfy all divers from beginners to dive master. After a comprehensive briefing and an agreement in detail we choose the possible dive sites together depending on your interests.
After the diving you can relax during the debriefing in our Aroma Restaurant with fresh fruit juice, soft drinks, Balinese coffee or an ice cold Bintang beer or you can have dinner with a wonderful sea view. It is also possible to have a traditional Balinese massage for relaxation.
We suggest you have a medical checkup in your home country, because it will have a higher standard, but if you choose to do it here, the dive school can help you with this in Bali.
Whether you are the absolute beginner, a professional, a senior diver or a kid – you get what you need for diving at all of our 5 diving centres based either on Mediterranean Sea or at the Red Sea. Find your personal long-desired destination on our website.
Besides our diving centre diving CRES in CROATIA you find 2 further diving centres based in the south of Red Sea at diving el FLAMENCO and diving ABU DABAB. We are as well in Bali with diving CANDIDASA and recently you can dive with us in the mysterious cenotes of Mexico with diving CENOTES.
We – that is the team of diving.DE – believe that new ideas and reliable values can be combined. And have been proving this daily at our diving centres for over 15 years now.
Welcome to diving.DE and discover with us the splendid underwater life. Enjoy your best time of the year with us.
Dalem Pengembak Temple is located at the southern end of Sanur. It is a nice small temple usually used by locals to do a purification bath ritual called melukat; this ritual is aiming to clean our body from all the negative energy.
This temple has been opened for public from 1920 and surrounded by mangrove trees. During full moon or other special days for Balinese, this temple will be packed by worshipers.
Dalem Pengembak Temple is located at South Sanur. It is a nice small temple normally used by locals to do a purification ritual called melukat; this ceremony aims to clean our body from all the negative energy. The temple was built 1920 and situated in a mangrove forest area. During full moon or other special days for Balinese, this temple will be packed by worshipers.
Puri Beji Temple is located in Sangsit village, about 8 km in the east of Singaraja, built to honour the Goddess Sri, known as the goddess of rice. It is relatively a small temple compared to other touristic temples in South of Bali.
Two dragons statues are standing as guards at the gate of the temples. The main attraction of this temple is the carvings that decorate almost all parts of the temple right from the main entrance, the second gate and to the main court. Bring along a bottle of water, sunblock and a hat as it can be really hot during the day here. Camera is a must. This temple is a must-visit if you are visiting Singaraja or Lovina, and especially if you have an interest in art and architecture.
DMZ art museum is such a fun place to visit in Bali. They have a lot of rooms with a lot of three-dimensional images that look like flat two-dimensional paintings until you see the final photos. Staffs will always ready to guide you on where to stand and how to pose for the best shot. There’s also photographers & photo printing service inside that can print the photos by the photographers in 6R size to take home.
The waterfall is probably one of the easiest to reach in Bali. Only about 100 easy steps should take you there, down right in front of the waterfall. A unique thing about the waterfall is that it falls straight into the ground, no stones or rocks to break the flow.
There are a few good restaurants if you want to take some refreshment on your way to the waterfalls. Mostly visited during the weekend, but it has enough parking spots.
If you want to visit waterfalls, and want to avoid hiking to the falls, this is a must-visit place for you. You will come across some beautiful Balinese villages on the way to the waterfall.