Uluwatu Temple, Bali, has status as a prop shaft winds the island of Bali. Situated on top of a cliff with a height of about 97 m above sea level. The location is the establishment of the temple building, making tourists who come to visit, not only can enjoy the atmosphere of the sacred and religious, but also a beautiful view. The location is also what led to the name “Uluwatu” in Sanskrit, which means the top of the rock.
In contrast to the sights in the temple of Tanah Lot, tourists who traveled to the Uluwatu temple will witness the extent of the expanse of the Indian Ocean, with waves that hit the foot of the cliff. In addition, tourists can also enjoy the beautiful sunset.
In addition to the attraction, tourists can also watch a traditional Balinese dance, the Kecak Uluwatu. This dance is played by 50-100 dancers. Kecak dancers will sit in a circle and wearing a black and white sarong.
The dancers usually are men, and the story is told is usually the story of Ramayana. The hallmark of Kecak is sound “cak, cak, cak” spoken by a male dancer and blared. Uluwatu Kecak dance is usually performed at 18:00 to 19:00.
Pura Uluwatu is located precisely in Pecatu Village, District of South Kuta, Badung regency of Bali. The distance covered from Ngurah Rai Airport is approximately 30 minutes to the south by private vehicles or public transport.
If you need directions to get to the location of the temple of Uluwatu Bali, please use the map on Google Map, by clicking this link. Uluwatu Bali Map.
Travelers who do not bring food or drink, not to worry. Therefore, around this area there are numerous stalls selling food and drinks. In addition, tourists can also find many restaurants serving a variety of food or beverage menus with varying prices.
Meanwhile, for tourists who want to stay, around Uluwatu there are also many inns with various types. Starting from grade jasmine, villas, to luxury hotels. Holidays in Bali would be very nice if visiting Bali Uluwatu temple.