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Bali has more to offer than the most travel guides reveal. The scenic beauty of volcanic islands with their tropical vegetation and abundant wildlife, the impressive appearance of typical Bali style houses and old temples, beautiful beaches attracting surfers from all over the world plus the charm and kindness of Balinese people is almost too much of a good thing for the common traveler. But there is a more demanding kind of traveler - the explorer and diver who, besides outstanding aquatic adventures, requires the joy and splendor of a remote, yet comfortable and well-organized resort away from the masses.

The Resort...

The Tulamben Wreck Divers Resort is simple and elegant in design and outfit. A small yet exclusive boutique accommodation with a self-contained beach-front villa, 2 gorgeous penthouse suites, 4 superior rooms and 2 deluxe double rooms which is all newly built and facing the most beautiful pool in Tulamben. The resort can only accommodate up to 16 persons at a time. Continental breakfast can be served in the room, and most rooms have a fridge full of cold drinks and etc which is at very affordable price. Tea and coffee making facilities is available in all rooms.

The Diving...

Most of the dive sites in Tulamben are just right on the doorstep within walking distance - literally! Others places like Amed, are just a short 5-minutes down the road. Tulamben is famous for the World War II US cargo ship Liberty that lies wrecked just off the coast of this small village. Its bow only a few meters below the surface, the wreck lies 50 meters offshore. Its coral encrusted bow and resident coral fish are visible to snorkels, but the best parts are 20-30 meters down, and only accessible with full diving regalia. For obvious reasons, it mainly attracts divers. The beaches are pebbly, but the water is clear.

Diving in Nusa Penida & Lembongan Island...
The islands of Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan are found off the south east coast of Bali. Various excellent dive sites with the possibility of meeting a Sunfish, also known as Mola Mola (usually between June to November).

Blue Corner and Crystal Bay is an advanced dive due to the currents but most of the other sites are intermediate. Lovely reef with healthy hard and soft coral beds, plenty of marine life including sea snakes and blue ribbon eels. On the more advanced dives, it's the current that brings in the big fish, as they feed on the nutrient-rich water. Expect to see rays, bull and spotted, barracuda and if you are really lucky.

Getting There...

The normal route to Tulamben is to catch a direct flight to Bali Depensar Airport, there you will be met and transfer by air-conditioned coach to Tulamben and the journey will takes about 3 hours.

Climate - Bali boast at tropical climate with just 2 seasons, wet and dry. Dry from April to September and wet from October to March. Average temperature is ranging between 28 to 33°C year-round.
Water Temperature - Tulamben's water temperature is average ranging between 27 to 29°C year-round. Nusa Penida's water usual temperature around 28°C, but the strong currents and sharp thermoclines can occasionally bring it down to 20°C.
Dive Season - You can dive Bali all year round, but the best season is from April to October.

Bali More Details

RM1,980.00 per pax


  • 3 nights twin sharing accommodation in Tulamben
  • 2 nights twin sharing accommodation in Kuta
  • Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner in Tulamben
  • Breakfast at the hotel in Kuta
  • Airport pick-up to the hotel in Kuta and return
  • Land transfer from the hotel in Kuta to the resort in Tulamben and return
  • Total of 11 guided dives (diving will be in the areas of Tulamben, Alamamda, Suraya, Kubu and Amed)
  • Tanks, weights and weight belt are provided
  • Flights to or from Bali and KL, or elsewhere
  • Airport tax (Rp150,000 which is around RM50)
  • Meals that is not stated above and meals in Kuta
  • Alcohol and carbonated beverages
  • Equipment rental

Day 1
Flight arrive at Ngurah Rai Airport and transfer to hotel in Kuta (about 15 to 20 minutes depend on tracffic)
Free and east after check in to hotel

Day 2
0730 - Breakfast at hotel
0830 - Transfer to Tulamben
Arrive at resort in Tulamben, check in and then lunch
Get ready for the Tulamben's water xploration (3 dives)

Day 3 and 4
3 day dives and 1 night dive daily
Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 5
Breakfast at resort
1000 - Check out and transfer back to Kuta
Arrive at Kuta and check in to hotel
Free and easy after check in (sight seeing, shopping or etc)

Day 6
Breakfast at hotel
Check out and transfer to airport for departure

Preferred Airline
Air Asia

LCCT to Bali
Flight No: AK 362/ AK 364
Duration: 3 hours
Departure and arrival times may vary

Bali to LCCT
Flight No: AK 363/ AK 365
Duration: 3 hours
Departure and arrival times may vary

Please remember to pre-book your supersize baggage

One of the approximately 14,000 islands that comprise the Indonesian archipelago, Bali anchors east of Java, separated by the small Strait of Bali, and surrounded by the Java Sea on the north, the Indian Ocean on the south, and the Strait of Lombok on the east.

The island of Bali has an area of 5,632.86 square kilometers.

Bali has a population of 3,156,392 peoples.

Time Zone
UTC / GMT +8 hours (same as our local time).

Mainly Bahasa Indonesian, but English are spoken in tourist areas.

92% Balinese Hinduism, 5.7% Islam, 1.4% Christianity, 0.6% Buddhism.

Currency Indonesian Rupiah (Rp)
Notes: 100, 500, 1,000, 5,000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000 and 100,000
Coins: 25, 50, 100, 500 and 1,000

Country Dialing Code + 62

Electricity 127/ 230 volts, 50 Hz
European plug with two circular metal pins British-style plug with two flat blades and one flat grounding blade (We suggest taking an adaptor for your appliances)

Airport Tax
Passengers departing on international flights have to pay an airport tax of 150,000 Indonesian Rupiah.