Photo: Early morning views off the coast of Amed.

Photo of Waeni's Sunset View BungalowsWaeni's Sunset View Bungalows

Fabulous views

Eastern headland, Bunutan T: (0363) 23 515, (0852) 3747 4716  madesani007@yahoo.com
http://www.waenis.com

Waeni's Sunset View Bungalows

Waeni's offers rooms in a couple of tiers overlooking Bunutan Bay with absolutely spectacular views.


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The views are so great that the open-air restaurant and bar does a roaring trade come sunset, when the views across the bay with Gunung Agung in the distance are just breathtaking -- this is THE viewpoint for Bunutan. The rooms, it must be said, are not nearly as breathtaking as the views -- not even close in fact -- but they'll do at a pinch. They're simple fare with wood-based beds, a soft mattress and a decorative mosquito net. Air-con and WiFi come standard. There's a few sticks of furniture and the bathrooms are, well, basic. Overall, for the standard, the room rate is a little high, but you're really paying for the view. Even if you don't stay here, be sure to swing by for a sunset (arrive before 17:00 to score a well positioned beanbag).

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Last updated on 11th February, 2016.


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Waeni's Sunset View Bungalows
Eastern headland, Bunutan
T: (0363) 23 515, (0852) 3747 4716 
madesani007@yahoo.com
http://www.waenis.com

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