Indonesia Diversity - Uluwatu is a stunning area with gorgeous cliff top views.  Highly recommend attending the sunset Kecak Dance, though a little squishy and packed it was worth it and the sunset views and dancing were certainly memorable. Uluwatu Temple was definitely on must visit Bali to do list. The place can get incredibly hot during the day and is almost always filled with tourists, so be prepared.



It’s a very nice view from up there and the sunset is beautiful from here, the temple area is not so big but it’s definitely worth a visit. It’s usually crowded too but it’s also fine, won’t feel so crowded by people. I would highly highly recommend you see the fire dance which starts at 6pm and lasts for an hour “not sure if it’s a fixed time” and it will show a part of the Balinese culture, it was well done and the dancers and performers were friendly enough later on to take pictures with everyone.

A temple actually surrounded on three sides by the sea. Visitors can go along either side and enjoy the great view of the temple and sea. The compound of the temple is vast and the visitors could enjoy the soothing shades of enormous trees and the calming wind from the sea. People can enter the temple only for worship.

Amazing sunset and beautiful temple grounds. This place is expensive but wonderful place to stroll along the cliff edge and take in the view. Can get very busy here so wouldn’t say it is the most romantic place to watch the sunset but definitely an experience. The monkeys are all over the grounds so beware of your personal belongings. One of my favorite temples we experienced in Bali!
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