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Uluwatu Temple

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Uluwatu Temple

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Jl. Raya Uluwatu Southern part of Bali, Pecatu 80361 Indonesia
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Amazing White Water Rafting and Bali Swing Experience is one of the most popular activity packages that we design for your best holiday experience in Bali island. The tour will be start at 08.00 AM from your hotel then our driver will take you to Ayung River which is located in northern part of Ubud. The river offer different sensation and very challenging, discover hidden waterfalls, swim in the pristine water and the spectacular scenery of the Ayung River valley. The river has clear water and very fresh if you would like to swim. Ayung River has ten kilometers route and two hours rafting adventure that you will enjoy. After the rafting finish and you enjoy your lunch at rafting restaurant, then we will drive you to Bali Swing location where you can experience incredible views and an exciting adventure also one of the hottest Instagram spots in the world. The tour will be very comfortable with our private air conditioning car transfer.
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Dave F wrote a review Nov 23
Jakarta, Indonesia56 contributions5 helpful votes
This is one of the top places that you are supposed to go in Bali. I disagree. The temple is okay, there are much prettier ones in Bali. For me, the most beautiful part of this temple is that it stands on top of a cliff with absolutely beautiful views of the beach below with the rolling waves crashing against the cliffs. Now, all that being said, I also know that Uluwatu is supposed to be great at sunset, we were here during the day. However, there are so many places to see sunsets in Bali. I much prefer Tanah Lot Temple. It is much closer to where most people stay in Canggu and Seminyak.
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Date of experience: November 2020
ChrisThomasTravels wrote a review Nov 16
Ossining, New York544 contributions59 helpful votes
Perched on the cliffs of South Bali, this cultural site boasts some spectacular views! Stay for the Kecak dance and sunset. You'll be happy you did!
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Date of experience: December 2019
Abana87 wrote a review Oct 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom79 contributions50 helpful votes
As part of one last excursion with Discova, we decided to take a trip to Uluwatu, quite possibly one of the most famous temple sites in all of Bali. As we had come to expect from a guided trip to a temple, the journey there seemed to last forever, and once we arrived we were welcome to the kind of beauty that Bali is more than keen to show off. If you went to Uluwatu expecting something more from the classic Balinese architecture you’ve seen up to this point, you’d be sorely disappointed. The cliff-top statues, pagodas and temples are incredible feats, as usual, but nothing about the temple grounds really stands out about Uluwatu (aside from the occasional gang of monkeys bathing in the water fountains). But we’re not at Uluwatu just for the temples and the relaxing monkeys. Oh no. We, alongside hundreds of others, had gathered at Uluwatu for the Kecack and Fire Dance, a marvellous spectacle and celebration of the Hindu culture across the island. The stage is set and the masses gathered for sundown, where the natural light matches the stages of the story being performed before you. The chanting, singing and dancing is unlike anything we had seen in Bali up to that point, it was hypnotic and entrancing and even now, nearly a year later, I can still hear the sounds in my head. As the sunlight fades, the fires are lit, and the story reaches its zenith with the inclusion of Hanuman, the monkey king, who completely changes the tone of the dance into something more light-hearted and, dare I say it, goofy. And yet watching the sun set over the cliffs of Bali as a story of magic, love and heroism is chanted in traditional tongues by a choir of dozens still retains its majesty and respect, despite the sudden appearance of a butt-sniffing, trickster monkey god. This was, however, where we decided to leave Uluwatu; the sheer volume of people in the dance area was going to be troublesome to get out of if we stayed until the end of the performance, so we made an executive decision to leave before the crowds did. Whilst the grounds themselves didn’t offer anything new, the main reason we went to Uluwatu, the Kecack and Fire Dance, was more than worth the entry fee. It’s a carefully maintained piece of Balinese tradition that demands to be experienced, and even though they may pack the tourists in to the rafters the end result is nothing short of enrapturing.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Harish wrote a review Sep 2020
Hyderabad, India53 contributions10 helpful votes
Uluwatu is one of the must visit place/temple in Bali. Cliff view is awesome. Nice view around the temple. Best attraction is Kecak & Fire Dance show which tells about Ramayanam and i say don't miss it. Show happens during 5PM and ends upon Sunset.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Sazeena N wrote a review Sep 2020
Kathmandu, Nepal104 contributions5 helpful votes
What a combo! Visit to Uluwatu temple was so worth. A good view around the temple. Kecak fire dance was the best thing here. I watched Kecak fire dance in Ubud and that was nice too but I highly recommend to watch Kecak fire dance at Uluwatu Temple. Its very interactive and with sufficient light and a stunning sunset on the top. The only hard part is getting a ticket due to long queue. So, if you want a good spot to watch the show and the sunset you need to get there a little early. Once you have the ticket or if you are very early you can always enjoy the view from the temple.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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