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Uluwatu temple is a heritage of the 10th century and the six main temples in Bali Island, dedicated to the supreme God of Indonesian Hinduism, Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa. It is located at the clifftop winged with a stone gate with two entrances to the temple area, one in the north and other in the south. Uluwatu temple is located in the Uluwatu area, which is in the southwest of Bali and is a Balinese temple. The gates are made with flowers and leave carvings with a couple of sculptures carved on the gates. In one of the courtyards of Uluwatu Temple is a Brahmin statue facing towards the Indian Ocean, representing Dhang Hyang Dwijendra. The main attraction is the mesmerizing scenery of plateau which lies 230 meters above the ocean and is located at a majestic cliff.
Why it is famous?
The Uluwatu temple is visited and most seen in the clear weather with a tremendously clear view of the blue ocean on the Indian Ocean horizon. With beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters, this place attracts surfers from around the globe. Travelers can soak under the sun on the cliff top and flowing waters into the valley. You can meet the local people and tourists in the resort, on the beach, or in the club or public cafes. The beautiful landscape and hot spots and a variety of sightseeing attractions will completely startle you and you can take a look at the picturesque view while walking around. Beaches of this place are sublime and mainly for snorkeling and surfing that draw social attention. Experience this temple by understanding the culture and history of Indonesia, to indulge in the true spirit of this place and breath-taking aspect of Bali.
Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.
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Witness the Sunset at the Beach – There are many beaches around this place, to name; Bingin Beach, Padang Beach, Thomas Beach, noted for crystal clear water and travelers from all across the world spend most of their time lounging on the gorgeous sands, snorkeling, diving and surfing in the water.
Day Clubs – Hang around and spend time at the day clubs is a retreat after a tiring day, full of different ambiance, gorgeous lighting, and décor. The day club events are more relaxing where you can lay on the lounge or rented beds and relax.
Watch a Kecak Dance – At the Uluwatu temple, you can enjoy the Kecak dance performance by the local villagers, portraying the battle in Ramayana. These dances are performed by 150 men that tie cloths at their waist and dress in monkeys’ costumes.
History – Visit the Balinese temple if you are keen on gaining knowledge about the traditions and significance of Balinese culture. You will see the cheeky monkeys surround the Uluwatu temple, where you need to be a little cautious of them snatching your bags or personal belonging.
Meditation – If you like to sit in a peaceful environment then this place is the one, where you can meditate or pray at the area within the temple. Most tourists who travel to this place sit and meditate at the designated area.