Uluwatu Temple has become a destination for travelers seeking incredible views of the Bali countryside. We are located 15 minutes walking and 2 minutes on scooter.
Pura Luhur Uluwatu is regarded as one of the sixmost important temples in Bali.
Its location on the south westernmost point of the entire island guards the Balinese from evil spirits of the ocean. Uhur means "something of divine origin" and the name of Uluwatu was come from the word Ulu meaning the head and Watu meaning stone. Therefore Uluwatu Temple mean the temple built in tip of coral reef about 80 meters above the sea level and watching the giant swells and Indian Ocean waves crash against the cliffs is enough to mesmerize anyone... Stay until sunset and enjoy one of the nightly traditional Kecak dance performances before heading back into town.
Stay until sunset and enjoy one of the nightly traditional Kecak dance performances
WILDEST WAVES OF BALI."
RIDE THE WILDEST WAVES OF PARADISE
The Bukit of Bali from Bingin all the way up to Uluwatu is one of the most blessed stretches of coast in the world... Waves for all tastes and preferences, warm tropical water, offshore winds, a magical sunset on the ocean and high cliffs overlooking it all... Simply paradise!!
Bali is the land of lefts but you'd be surprised on how many epic rights break alone on the east side... For this reason you can see since early in the morning surfers riding their scooters looking for the best wave around Bukit.
We are located 5 minutes walking and less than 1 minute in scooter from Uluwatu Beach.
The Kecak Dance is an especially unique and possibly the most dramatic of all Balinese dances. A combination of dance and drama, the Kecak dance depicts the Hindu epic, “Ramayana,” that tells the story of Prince Rama, who with the help of the monkey-like Vanara defeats the evil King Ravana to rescue his Princess Sita. Kecak also has roots in Sanghyang, a sacred ritual based on the idea that during the performance, hyangs, or spiritual entities will enter and possess the bodies of the dancers.
Kecak Dance is always performed just before sunset. As the drama unfolds, the scene is cast in the last rays of the sun when its orb slowly disappears behind the glowing horizon of the sea. The story continues into the darkness of nightfall as dancers are dramatically lit only by the light thrown from the flames of torches casting long shadows.
Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple is one of the places you can personally witness the Kecak Dance. We are located at 15 minutes walking and 2 minutes on scooter.