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Uluwatu Temple (Pura Luhur Uluwatu) is one of six key temples believed to be Bali's spiritual pillars, is renowned for its magnificent location, perched on top of a steep cliff approximately 70 metres above sea level. This temple also shares the...more
Probably one of the most famous and visited temples of Bali, it is EXTREMELY crowded. With tourists. The worst kinds who make a lot of noise and have little regard for the sanctity of the place. That said, the cliffs and sea it overlooks are...More
A temple with monkeys, in sea side. Excellent sunset view from amphi theatre where one can enjoy kerak dance. Beware of monkeys as they may snatch your spectacles. Worth a visit. Please note that sarong(a lungi type cloth is must to wear by all),is given...More
I went there 2 times and it is always cool, especially the view!
But there is something really special that I suggest to everyone, you must see the kecak dance at sunset time, strange but really amazing!
Remember to carry your own sarong, if you don't want to wear the one given by them or you want to look different.
The walk from the entrance to the central area can be dangerous as there is a small forest full of monkeys (on...More
Uluwatu temple is a Hindu temple set on the cliff bank in shout part of Bali Peninsula. It is one of Sad Khayangan Temple in Bali ( six big group of Hindu temple in Bali) located in Pecatu village, sub district of Shout Kuta, and...More
The monkeys are entertaining and really naughty - and the view over the cliffs to the Indian Ocean are wonderful. Those are the reasons why this is worth visiting - more than the temple itself. Expect many tourists and selfie sticks!
Ticket per PAX is 100k IDR and show last for 1hour.
For those who never watch before , i can probably describe the show in words for you guys.
Entire 1 hour show there are total of 48 men making the "cak" sounds all the...More
I’ve been to visit this temple twice this year, once in March and again just recently, both times the stunning views have taken my breath away, you’ll definitely want to be getting a time lapse or great photo here, I will say you do need...More
What a beautiful temple! Watching the sun set from the temple cliffs and watching the fire dance was just amazing. Especially since they picked my partner from the audience to participate in the show. Let’s just say I got great footage of him doing the...More
Bali is full of temples and few of them at extremely good locations. This one is a major tourist attraction but worth the hype. The view of the ocean with cliff on side is superb. Though we did not get a good view of the...More
There would be rush . There are limited seats for watching kecak dance. U can go half an hour early before the show time and find good seats for ur self . There is a long walkway towards the temple and the arena ... so don’t... More
There would be rush . There are limited seats for watching kecak dance. U can go half an hour early before the show time and find good seats for ur self . There is a long walkway towards the temple and the arena ... so don’t worry about rush . U wil still get to see and enjoy .