About this listing
Dillons’ Bungalows and Restaurant
Dillons’ Bungalows and Restaurant are in beautiful gardens set amid rice paddies with amazing views of Mount Agung and other amazing scenery.
Our 3 bungalows are fan cooled, have hot water and are beautifully decorated.
Our restaurant specialises in healthy food not normally found in the area. We make wraps, Momo’s (Tibetan dumplings) etc and of course Balinese food. We are also the only restaurant in Amed where you can pick your own fish and we will cook it as requested. And of course free wifi.
Affordable Prices...on Everything—Not Just Rooms
We offer competitive rates and are able to assist you with taxi service, bike rental, diving, snorkelling, fishing, sightseeing and a laundry service.
Amed, East Bali
Amed refers to a number of small fishing villages on the east coast of Bali. It is a popular place for tourists wanting to experience the ‘real’ Balinese culture. There are many ceremonies held in Amed, and if you’re here for more than a few days, you might be lucky enough to get invited to attend one.
Popular activities in the area include fishing, snorkelling and diving at the two shipwrecks in the area.
To satisfy the ‘culture vulture’ in you, why not visit the Floating Palace of Taman Ujung, the water palace Tirtta Gangga and the Kings Palace in Amlapura? All can be reached in around 30 minutes from Amed.
How about a day trip to the famous Besakih Temple? A visit to a traditional Aga village can also be arranged. The Aga people are the original people of Bali and only two Aga Villages are left one of wish is an hours drive from Amed.
The more adventurous of you may enjoy an early morning climb of nearby Mount Agung to catch the sunrise.
Secret White Sand Beach
Any beach lovers will love a trip to the relatively unknown Virgin Beach or as it is locally known ‘white sand beach’, which can be reached in just under 1 hour.
By far the easiest way to get around the area is by scooter. We can organise rental for you and even a quick lesson. For those not wanting to put their driving skills to test on the Balinese roads, we can organise scooter taxi for you or a car and driver if you prefer.
Getting there and away
By far the easiest way to reach Amed is by taxi (contact us for excellent pick up rates). However, for the more adventurous travel it is possible to reach Amed by Bemo from Amlapura. Beware, however, that it may be a bumpy ride!
About the Host, Emma
I'm Emma, originally from the UK now living in East Bali with my Balinese husband, our handsome little baby boy and our gorgeous baby girl.
Many years travel experience, love meeting new people.