Uluwatu Temple

  • Address: Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Temple

One of Bali’s spiritual pillars, Uluwatu Temple which is magnificently located on the top of the cliff, is about 70 metres above sea level and highly recommend when in the country. Established during the 11th century, this temple is another prominent sea monument offering stunning sunset backdrops. Also known as Pura Luhur Uluwatu, if you happen to be in the area, experience the sunset delights overlooking the mesmerizing views of the sky and beautiful Indian Ocean. The architecture of the temple is Balinese which is designed quite uniquely as it holds its great traditional values which adds up to the temple’s appeal.

  • Uluwatu Temple Address: Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia
  • Uluwatu Temple Price: Free
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  • 2.57% of people who visit Bali include Uluwatu Temple in their plan

  • 33.33% of people start their Uluwatu Temple visit around 4 PM - 5 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Uluwatu Temple

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

90.24% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Uluwatu Temple

People normally club together Pura Luhur Uluwatu and Tanah Lot Temple while planning their visit to Uluwatu Temple.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Uluwatu Temple Reviews & Ratings

  • Good place with picturesque landscape, cliffs and some amazing crop of monkeys doing amazing things to tourists. Big premise and needs to be travelled on foot over slightly difficult climbs. There's a nice beach nearby. Spacious parking lot and good eateries. Temple very much like Balinese Hinduism but nothing close to Indian Hindu temples

  • We went there for a walk and were offered a place with great history and panoramas. It’s easy to dream away here. The monkeys that live free here give it a nice extra but be careful because they are keen on your belongings. Put glasses and stuff like that away and hold bags and purses close :)

  • The temple is so beautiful and if you are lucky you will get to see the sun set. The temple is known for sunset but we visited on a cloudy day so couldn’t view the sun set. One has to climb steps to visit the temples. Ensure to have energy to climb the steps. There is a kecak dance in the temple by 6pm and they do charge 100,000 for the dance. The dance is their traditional one where they enact a part of Ramayana through their dance form. There are no instruments and the people make music by their voice. But I felt they allowed so many people and it was so congested. And people starred occupying the spaces at your back to stand. So we left after 3rd part as it was so congested. Beware of the monkeys in the temple and always try to take photos away from 20cm of the wall. The monkeys will hide behind the wall and will snatch your things

  • What i like most is the view and fascinating scene of the temple that located on the hill. From there, you can see an amazing sea in below of the hill and makes you mesmerize. Besides there was the monkey forest that were a living home of hundred or maybe thousand monkey. The view much more amazing when the sunset takes place.what a wonderful experience.

  • Amazing sunset view. It is totally worth it to go up there. The ocean, the sunset and the cliff all were in harmony. Felt really calm and peaceful up there. Just be careful of the monkeys, they almost snatched my bag. There was a performance going on too but you need to pay again to watch, we already paid for the entry, they could have included it in the ticket itself though.

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