Uluwatu Temple


A Balinese Hindu



Such vibrant vibes here at the Uluwatu Temple with flowers at every corner. It’s one of the nine directional temples of Bali meant to protect it from evil spirits. I really loved the cliff-top setting of this temple. The views of the ocean horizon & from the bottom of the water surging up against rocks are remarkable. We stayed for the Kecak dance & thus got to witness that beautiful Bali sunset over the Indian Ocean in the background of the performance.



Didn’t really do much research prior to visiting so we were unaware of the number of monkeys that dwell here; both in front & inside the temple. FYI, by ‘not much’ I mean none what so ever so it was quite a surprise. A good one that is because they’re so cute! Cheeky AF though as expected so hold onto your belongings because they will try to snitch it from you. We witnessed someone getting their sunglasses snitched from their head. She wasn’t hurt or anything so I can laugh right haha. 

There is an entrance fee of 30.000 IDR/adult & 20.000 IDR/children with opening hours from 9AM – 6PM. It is required that you wear a sarong with a scarf on the waist which is lent to you upon entrance.


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