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Wreck close to the beach

The shipswreck is about 15 m from the beach and just 5 - 10 m deep. A lot of corals cover up the... read more

Reviewed June 26, 2018
Tobias H
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Dresden, Germany
via mobile
Friendly, easy and great value

There are a number of diving and snorkeling spots all around Amed. The Japanese Wreck is directly... read more

Reviewed March 26, 2016
Bunburyoz
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Darwin, Australia
via mobile
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Jun 26, 2018
“Wreck close to the beach”
Mar 26, 2016
“Friendly, easy and great value”
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Selang beach, Indonesia
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Reviewed June 26, 2018 via mobile

The shipswreck is about 15 m from the beach and just 5 - 10 m deep. A lot of corals cover up the wreck and you'll see a lot of fish there too. Beautiful snorkeling spot.

Thank Tobias H
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Reviewed March 26, 2016 via mobile

There are a number of diving and snorkeling spots all around Amed. The Japanese Wreck is directly opposite Baliku Dive Resort and is a wonderful spot to get your sea legs. Everything you need is right here. You can hire your snorkeling equipment for IDR50,000...More

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Reviewed September 2, 2015

Snorkelling at the Japanese wreck near Amed was great. Went in morning and water was clear, a bit of coral and lots of cool fish. Great for a beginner snorkeler. Wreck was cool and really close to shore. Was 100,000 rupiah ( about $10) to...More

Thank Keith S
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Reviewed August 30, 2013 via mobile

Selang beach is in Amed, after Lipah beach. Japanese wreck is on selang beach, very near to the beach, right infront of Karma Kawi Resort. No sand on this beach but full of black pebbles. Beautiful coral around the japanese wreck also. Diffence experience.

Thank LeeYen76
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