Uluwatu Temple, also called Luwur Temple, is one of the six Sad Kahyangan Temples, the most important spiritual pillar on the island of Bali. Located in the village of Pecatu, Kuta District, Badung Regency, Bali. This temple is located 30 kilometers south of Denpasar.
Here, visitors can also watch Kecak dances on the adjacent cliff stage every day from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
The Rule When Visit Uluwatu Temple
** Visitors must wear a sarong and sash, as well as appropriate clothing that is common for temple visits. They can be rented here including entrance fees. Entry fee IDR. 30,000 / adult and IDR. 15,000 / child includes free sarong. The best time to travel is before sunset **
According to the Bali Tourism Board, this temple is the second most visited attraction in 2015 after Tanah Lot with over 1.7 million visitors. Apart from the extensive and spectacular temple complex on a cliff 70 m above the sea, it is also known for the Balinese Kecak and fire dance performance
Entry fee: IDR 30,000
Location: Pecatu, South Kuta
Opening times: Mon-Sun 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.