Pura Luhur Uluwatu
Isolated at the southwestern tip of Bukit Peninsula, the temple stands at the edge of an abrupt headland overlooking the ocean from over 200m up (uluwatu means "at the summit of the rocks"). Dedicated to the sea gods, it is also one of the nine directional temples and one of the six most venerated sanctuaries in Bali. You will be struck by the panoramic view over the cliffs and the thunderous waves crashing onto the untamed coast. Beware of the prowling monkeys and keep an eye on your belongings.
9am-6pm - sarongs and belts for rent. Kecak performance at 6pm
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When you take a ride around the island of Bali it’s difficult not to come across a temple worth visiting. It’s also difficult to not take an interest in the local handicrafts and the delicious food in the restaurants - Indonesian cuisine has some wonderful surprises in store...Discover