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Frequently Asked Questions About Property for Sale or Rent in Amed

Properties available for sale or rent in Amed range from traditional Balinese villas to modern apartments and houses. It also has beachfront properties and those with rice field and ocean views.

Yes, foreigners can own property in Amed through a mechanism known as a “nominee” or “proxy” arrangement, where a local Indonesian citizen is listed as the official owner of the property, while the foreign buyer holds the right to use and control it. It is recommended to seek the assistance of a local lawyer to ensure the legality of the arrangement.

The cost of properties in Amed varies depending on location, size, and type of property. Beachfront properties tend to be more expensive compared to those inland. Amed is considered to be a more affordable area compared to other areas in Bali.

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Popular Area to Buy or Rent a Property in Amed

  • Amed Beach: Amed Beach is a popular area for beachfront properties, which tend to be more expensive compared to those inland.
  • Jemeluk Bay: Jemeluk Bay is a popular area for those who prefer to have an ocean view. Properties here offer panoramic views of the ocean and are considered to be more affordable compared to Amed Beach.
  • Lipah Bay: Lipah Bay is a quiet and serene area, known for its traditional Balinese culture and its clear waters, making it a popular area for snorkeling and diving. Properties here tend to be more affordable compared to Amed Beach and Jemeluk Bay.
  • Bunutan: Bunutan is a residential area, popular for its calm and peaceful atmosphere. Properties here tend to be more affordable compared to Amed Beach and Jemeluk Bay.

Things To Do in Amed

  • Snorkeling and Diving: Amed is known for its clear waters and vibrant marine life, making it a popular spot for snorkeling and diving. There are several dive shops in the area that offer snorkeling and diving excursions.
  • Relax on the Beach: Amed has several pristine beaches, perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and relaxing.
  • Visit Traditional Fishing Villages: Amed is home to several traditional fishing villages, where you can see traditional fishing boats and learn about the local fishing culture.
  • Explore the Rice Fields: Amed is surrounded by lush rice fields, offering a beautiful backdrop for walks and exploration.
  • Visit the Tirta Gangga Water Palace: Tirta Gangga is a beautiful water palace and garden located in the nearby village of Karangasem. It’s a popular spot for swimming and picnicking.
  • Enjoy Spa Treatments: Amed has several spas offering traditional Balinese massages and treatments, providing a relaxing experience after a day of exploring and sightseeing.
  • Take a Cooking Class: Learn how to cook traditional Balinese cuisine by taking a cooking class in Amed.
  • Watch the Sunrise or Sunset: Amed offers stunning views of the sunrise and sunset over the ocean and is a popular spot for photography and watching the colors change in the sky.

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