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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
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We went here to catch the fire dance. We got one of the last seats. However, people were still being allowed to enter. They were made sit around the stage, it got to the point where they were sitting so close to the chanters on...More
Allow an hour to walk around the temple grounds ( sarongs are provided) and beware of monkeys pilfering water bottles and sunglasses. Go promptly at 5pm to buy tickets to the show and fire dance that starts at 6 pm. Seating is not reserved but...More
A lovely temple to see, right by the ocean. Beautiful pictures to be taken. So green and pretty although the naughty little monkeys like to take your personal things and run, hold onto them tight. Walk was okay even in the sticky humid heat. We...More
Great view, heaps of photo opportunities. Easy walk but can get super hot. Careful of monkeys as they can grab your sunnies or hats etc. A monkey came and bite a part of my flip flogs off. Entry fee 30,000. Worth it.
We went mid morning and even though the is a little walking up and down i would highly recommend getting the early or later in the day.
The area you walk through to get to the temple is highly maintained forest with monkeys. You walk...More
When in Bali, this is a must see place. Ulu Watu Temple is located on a cliff with a beautiful view to the Indian Ocean. Its not wheelchair or stroller friendly and its a long walk by the cliffs with lots of stairs. But if...More
Uluwatu is a popular spot for both sunset and the evening fire dance -- that means it will be very crowded in the evening. It will also be very hot, as there is no protection from the sun as is sets in the west, but...More
I believe this place is one of the most interesting places in Bali that all the tourists must see.
It is about 40 minute drive from Nusa Dua. You can rent a car with driver for RP 250,000 to 300,000.
Ulu Watu Temple is located...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 .