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Uluwatu Temple, Pecatu
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Discover Bali's spiritual side by visiting Uluwatu Temple, offering some of the finest ocean views on the island. One of six holiest shrines in Bali, this structure sits on the edge of rocky cliffs rising dramatically over the sea's foaming waves. Much of the current shrine probably dates back to the 11th century, when a Javanese sage expanded and improved a preexisting but much smaller structure. A band of monkeys inhabits the temple--watch out they don't snatch your purse or other belongings. Though non-Hindu visitors cannot enter the inner temple, they're free to hike around the area. Use our Pecatu travel itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Uluwatu Temple and other attractions in Pecatu.
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Jolie promenade sur la falaise pour arriver sur la zone du temple(payant, mais pas cher du tout) !!! On ne peut s'approcher du temple car uniquement pour cérémonie hindoue !!! Attention aux macaques, ... read more »Nice walk over the cliff to reach the area of the temple (paid, but not expensive at all)! We can approach the Temple because only for Hindu ceremony! Attention to macaques, because here they are very fond of glasses and caps (a part of the path passes under the branches of the trees) to do, but rather to the opening, because very touristy!show original
Un endroit idéal pour admirer les côtes balinaises mais vous n'avez pas accès au temple car réservé aux moines. Le cadre est tout de même charmant avec les singes prêts à vous chaparder vos téléphones... read more »A great place to admire the Balinese sides but you do not have access to the temple as reserved for monks. The setting is lovely with the monkeys ready to pilfer you your phones, hats or glasses lying around!show original
We visited on a Sunday which was within a religious period and, because of this, the area was very crowded with tourists and local people taking their offerings to the temple. Because of this we didn'... read more »
Extremely beautiful temple on a cliff on the ocean: views are unforgettable. I also attended the fire dance, which I enjoyed quite a lot. Visit takes a couple of hours minimum, but driving there can take a lot because of the traffic.
incredible view. the whole area of the temple is gorgeous. do make sure you see the kecak fire dance at the sunset. amazing experience. one thing you won't hear people say is that you actually don't get to see the main temple only from two other cliffs on it's left and right but they are not so close. all in all it's worth a visit
Amazing with this place. So beautiful, i can sea and the sky. Sea to unlimited borders. So many monkey here, must be careful with you're belongings. Entrench ticket so heap better than you buy coconut here. Hehe...
Jonathan putra lesmana
been here at 2016, such a great view, saw sunsets here , but my phone was ran out of batt, i can't take a beautiful pict of the sunsets.. after the sunsets there's an old asian tourist ask to me, "that's all? that's the sunsets?" i said: "no mam, just wait, the sun wil back in 5 minutes.." some people just can't understand the beauty of nature.. -.-
Great views and an interesting temple - worth a visit. Watch out for the monkeys! Definitely don't go here with sandals or a hat as it will get pinched by the creatures
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