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Tulamben, Bali

Tulamben is a small village located in the northeastern part of the island of Bali, Indonesia. This charming and serene village is located approximately 100 km from Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport and is renowned for its incredible underwater world, which attracts thousands of scuba divers and snorkelers every year.

Tulamben's biggest attraction is the famous USAT Liberty shipwreck, which lies just off the coast. This shipwreck is the result of a torpedo attack on the USAT Liberty during World War II, and the vessel has been lying on the ocean floor ever since. Today, it serves as an incredible diving site, with a vast array of marine life, coral reefs, and other aquatic species making their home among the ruins of the ship.

In addition to the USAT Liberty, Tulamben is home to many other dive sites, each with its unique charm and appeal. The Coral Garden, for example, is a shallow reef with colorful coral formations and numerous tropical fish species, while the Drop-Off is a steep wall that drops down to more than 60 meters and offers incredible views of the ocean's deep blue depths.

One of the things that make Tulamben such a popular diving destination is its clear waters, which offer excellent visibility for divers and snorkelers. The waters here are also relatively calm and tranquil, making them perfect for beginner divers and those who prefer a more leisurely diving experience.

Beyond diving, Tulamben offers a range of other activities for visitors to enjoy. The surrounding area is home to numerous temples and cultural attractions, including the famous Besakih Temple, which is known as the "Mother Temple" of Bali and is one of the island's most important religious sites.

The nearby Mount Agung is another popular attraction for visitors to Tulamben. This active volcano is Bali's highest point, standing at 3,031 meters above sea level, and offers incredible views of the surrounding countryside. Hiking to the summit of Mount Agung is a challenging but rewarding experience, with stunning panoramic views of Bali and the surrounding islands waiting at the top.

Tulamben also boasts some of Bali's best beaches, with pristine white sands and crystal-clear waters perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing. The village is known for its laid-back atmosphere, and visitors can enjoy the slow pace of life here, taking in the beautiful scenery and soaking up the warm tropical sun.


Accommodation in Tulamben ranges from budget-friendly homestays to luxurious villas, with something to suit every taste and budget. Many dive resorts also offer all-inclusive diving packages, making it easy for visitors to experience the best of Tulamben's underwater world.

We stayed at Tauch Terminal Resor, which has easy access to the Liberty dive site and many of the  underwater wonders of the region, including colorful coral gardens, a rich variety of marine life, and stunning underwater vistas.


Accommodation at Tauch Terminal Resort Bali comprises of spacious and elegantly appointed rooms, bungalows, and villas, each of which is designed to provide maximum comfort and relaxation. The resort's rooms are decorated in a modern, minimalist style and are equipped with all the amenities guests need to enjoy a comfortable stay, including air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms, high-speed internet access, and satellite TV.

For those who seek a more private and exclusive experience, Tauch Terminal Resort Bali also offers luxurious bungalows and villas that feature private swimming pools, sun terraces, and other high-end amenities. These accommodations are perfect for couples or families seeking a more intimate and personalized experience.

In addition to its comfortable and stylish accommodations, Tauch Terminal Resort Bali also boasts a range of top-quality facilities and services designed to enhance the guest experience. The resort features an on-site spa, where guests can enjoy a variety of relaxing and rejuvenating treatments, a large swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers and umbrellas, a restaurant serving a variety of local and international cuisine, and a bar where guests can unwind with a refreshing cocktail after a long day of diving.

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