About 15 minutes south of Ujung Bocor are the left hand barrels of Way Jambu, probably the most well known wave in the area. This wave breaks in similar conditions to Ujung Bocor and is easily the hollowest wave on the coast. Low tide can be a scary take off with the water sucking off the reef just in front of you. Don't look, just go and you'll either get smashed or get the barrel of your life. The wave has a couple of sections and it depends on the swell size as to where you sit and take off. Way Jambu can hold real big size and we've seen guys, better surfers than us, scoring easily 15' stand up barrels with not a drop of water out of place (Noel Parsons and the Wollongong crew of hellmen who came in about 1998 or 9). Even on a 4' day you'll score some hot barrels, long rides and you'll go away stoked.