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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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Our driver took us here at sunset and i must say, this was an absolutely amazing experience. Yes, it is very crowded in the evening, and it is a little hard to move around. But our driver told us the history and showed us all...More
Visited as a family of 4 including 2 teenagers. Really enjoyed the spectacular gardens and scenery and took tons of pictures. The kids were particularly entertained by a troupe of unruly monkeys who are very adept at stealing belongings. The park staff do warn of...More
The place is very pretty, but it was very crowded. I went to see a traditional dance show, and people just kept entering the small collosseum, blocking emergency exits and the stairs. I didn’t feel safe at all.
We had been told that this was a premier sunset view location, but it gets crowded at sunset, so we went by day to avoid this. The place was still very busy.
The view was okay, but I wouldn't say spectacular. We climbed up several...More
We went for the sunset which was amazing - absolutely stunning and not too busy either.
However, the monkeys are just out of control. In the space of 10 minutes we saw about 10 tourists lose their sunglasses, reading glasses and in one case their...More
Uluwatu is rightly one of the must-see sights in Bali. It’s glorious location alone makes it worthwhile, with wonderful headland views.
Unfortunately, the massive carpark, commercial buildings and noisy hordes of people have somewhat moderated one’s enjoyment, as is the case with several top destinations...More
We visited Uluwatu temple at sunset and had a wonderful two hours wandering and watching the sun go down. The monkeys were feral and were stealing many items from those around us stupid enough to ignore the many warnings. Our two kids (aged 10 and...More
We spent about 2 and a half hours walking around the grounds here. The cliff top and below are very beautiful, as is the temple perched on the cliff edge. There is also a large group of monkeys residing in the grounds, which are nice...More