Uluwatu Temple is one of the famous tourist attractions in south of Bali. Located in the village of Pecatu, South Kuta District, Badung Regency, Bali. The distance is about 21.5 km and takes about one hour from Ngurah Rai Airport by private vehicle.
Uluwatu Temple has the status of a Sad Kahyangan Jagat Temple or one of the supporting shafts of the island of Bali. Standing majestically on a coral hill with a height of about 97 meters above sea level. Due to the location of the temple which is located on a cliff, the temple is named Uluwatu, which in Sanskrit means the peak of the rock.
Because of the uniqueness and location of the Uluwatu temple Bali, visitors can not only enjoy a sacred and religious atmosphere, but also a beautiful and unique view.
In contrast to the scenery in Tanah Lot Temple, at Uluwatu Temple, tourists can witness the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean. With the waves hitting the foot of the cliff. In addition, tourists can also enjoy the beautiful view of the sunset without any obstacles that block the sunset view.
Another attraction that can be found when visiting this place is the Kecak dance event. Traditional dance from the island of Bali. Here, visitors can watch the Kecak dance performance which usually starts at 18:00 WITA.
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Opening hours for tourists visiting the Uluwatu Luhur temple from 07:00 - 19:00. However, for those who want to pray, the temple is open 24 hours. Public facilities such as toilets are also available, but toilets are located outside the temple area.
Most travelers, when visiting Uluwatu Temple, choose 5pm to visit it. Because the sunlight is not hot, and the view of the sunset will start at 6 pm.
To be able to enter the Pura Luhur Uluwatu area, you must pay an entrance ticket. Adults are charged an entrance fee of IDR.50K. Children will be charged IDR. 30K. These prices are for foreign tourists.
Meanwhile, domestic tourists are charged 30 thousand rupiah for adults, 20 thousand rupiah for children.
The Kecak dance performance at Luhur Uluwatu Temple is held every day, starting at 6 pm which takes place on an open stage. The audience of the Kecak dance has been provided a seat that is higher than the stage. So it is more flexible when watching the Kecak dance performance.
For those of you who want to watch the Kecak dance performance at Luhur Uluwatu temple, then you have to pay a ticket of IDR 100,000 / person. Outside the entrance ticket to Pura Luhur Uluwatu.
with panoramic sunsets on a stretch of open sea. And also the splendor of Uluwatu temple which stands firmly on a rock cliff. Making the Kecak dance performance more awesome.
How to reach Kecak dance in Uluwatu?
Now you don't need to be confused to find this location, because you can use Google Maps. If you want to reach it by motor Bike or car drive by your self. But if you really appreciate your vacation, we recommend using a private car with a driver for the convenience of your trip. Because the road to the location is small and winding with a very high level of traffic every day.