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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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It is crowded but being one of the sights to go to when in Bali, cant complain i just hope some of the tourist respect this religious place. Kecak dance is a must see. This temple on the cliff is really place to see when...More
The Uluwatu Temple is definitely worth the ticket price of 30000IDR. Seated on top of steep cliffs jutting out of the Indian Ocean it’s a gorgeous day trip. We wished we would have spent more time at the temple and cliff side pathways. My wife,...More
I enjoyed the visit although it was packed with tourists. It’s a temple like many other around the world. Great view over the cliff. Careful as the monkeys will try to steal your glasses, thongs or anything they can get their paws on ...
went to uluwatu as it was listed as a must see and if there wasnt hundreds of people there it might be more beautiful..we had already had a very long day so the lots of people all pushing for the best photos probably wasnt great...More
Beware of the monkeys there. They always welcome your mobile phone, glasses and cap :). They seem not harmful for the kids and people visiting there.
The story telling kekak dance is taken place at 6.PM daily. But the show is overhyped and the ticket...More
First, do not underestimate the monkeys. They are awful. They really will steal the sunglasses off your face, the flip flops off your feet (I personally saw them do this twice!) and one even tried to knock the phone out of my hand, but luckily...More
I totally recomend to respect rules, which says that you sould wear anything because of monkeys .. i saw many people whom moneys took glasses.. it is dangerous and respect the rules is only one right way :)
I visited Uluwatu temple on my own early in the morning to avoid the sunset crowds. It was a great view of the ocean for photos and the monkeys are really cute. It is recommended not to wear hats or sunglasses etc as the monkeys...More
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The entrance fee to the temple is idr 30K if you also would like to see the dance while enjoying the sunset that performed at 6pm-7pm the Ticket is idr 100K (Ticket counter for dance open at 5pm)...from seminyak... More
The entrance fee to the temple is idr 30K if you also would like to see the dance while enjoying the sunset that performed at 6pm-7pm the Ticket is idr 100K (Ticket counter for dance open at 5pm)...from seminyak tu Uluwatu is about 25-35 minutes, depend on the time you go... Busy hours is about 4pm-8pm...hope it helps..