When you stay at any of the three Wawa-wewe's you will be absorbed into the Balinese atmosphere, the sights, sounds, aromas, flavours, fauna, flora, and culture.
Your holiday will be a true Balinese experience, offering the comfort of a spacious villa with all you need, set in lush garden with sea views. The infinity pool and turquoise coral reefs beyond that, waits for you all to enjoy.
All our food is fresh, local and prepared to order, with local culinary delights and dishes to suit you and your family.
Wawa-wewe means "Comme Ci, Comme Ça" or "Like this, like that".
New to the Wawawewe family, a tradition which is disappearing from our culture in Amed, Balinese Sea Salt, using traditional rather than modern methods the salt production is a complex process, well worth a visit. We use the salt in all our restaurants and you will also take a sample home with you as a Wawawewe guest.
Amed is on the east coast of Bali, two hours from the airport and popular towns of, Kuta, Ubud and Lovina. Amed is in the Regency of Karangasem and has a calming yet dramatic feel, taking you away from the busy south to experience the true culture of Bali. Amalapura is the largest town in the area and is a colourful bustling market town.
The dramatic volcanic mountains of Amed lead you to the salt making beaches, where the rustic coastline has numerous bays, each with their own characteristics. The East Coast of Bali has some of the best diving and snorkelling sites to explore on the Island.
Wawa-wewe II is located on your left as you follow the coastal road to Lipah.