Uluwatu Temple (Balinese: Pura (Luhur) Uluwatu) is a Balinese Hindu sea temple (Pura Segara) located in Uluwatu (South Kuta, Badung). The temple is regarded as one of the sad kahyangan and is dedicated to Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa in his manifestation as Rudra.
|Monday||7:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Tuesday||7:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Wednesday||7:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Thursday||7:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Friday||7:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Saturday||7:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Sunday||7:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
The temple is situated that you get beautiful views of the cliffs and the ocean. Definitely worth the effort to come here and you won't be disappointed. I wish I had more time and came back for a sunset but I was off to a different location to catch the sun set. Make sure you keep your distance from the monkeys. I saw one girl trying to get close to take a photo and try to hug it. Nearly jumped at her to grab her sun glasses.
The view is very awesome... I've been here year July 2011... it's a wonderful place to have a holiday here.... hope I'll come again next time. Sea view is very beautiful and sunset is amazing to see from this place
Beautiful sun set point with very picturesque views, you are not allowed inside the main temple mostly localities are allowed inside. They will provide Sarong at the entrance which you have to wear to enter the temple. You have to purchase separate tickets to see the Kecak dance which is about Ramayana. The performers tried real hard by doing impromptu things in between to keep people interested by no avail. Would definitely suggest skipping this if you are not a religious person.
At the time I went here, weather was good. Going to the temple you will bump into monkeys, so make sure you are not bringing any food or drinks. I also recognized that the monkeys here not only take food and drink from you, they also take whatever they want like hairpin, a plastic flower on your shoes, whatever they like, they want to bite. Walking around the temple is amazing good exercise, view is fantastic because the temple is on the cliff of the mountain. You will have good pics for sure. Its a good an hour and half walk. So give it a try.
The best place I found in Bali to watch the sunset. I’d initially been a little put off from going by all the reviews about the aggressive monkeys, but I’m glad I went anyway. Yes, the monkeys can be aggressive, but as long as you’re sensible and keep your eyes open you’ll be fine. They did manage to steal a few pairs of sunglasses from people that weren’t paying attention. It definitely shouldn’t stop you going to see one of the most beautiful sunsets around. If, like me, you’re primarily going to see the sunset get there for about 5. That will give you enough time to walk around the grounds, go up to the Temple and find your spot for the sunset. If you don’t have a sarong, you can borrow them free of charge at the entrance.
One of the most incredible sights I have ever experienced! A simply amazing temple with clifftop views of the sea, surrounding walls, and beautifully kept grounds. Just beware the territorial monkeys and the hordes of tourists during peak hours (check google based on season). We turned up at 8am which was perfect for beating the crowds. Open to tourists from 7am - 7pm at the time of writing this review.
Uluwatu Temple is situated on a seashore cliff. The landscape itself is stunning and the best time to go is during sunset. You can also pay to see the traditional Balinese dance but I personally think that it's a little bit too long (1hr). If you foresee that you might have to leave early, is suggest you to sit at the front along the aisle. Overall a breathtaking moment to see the sun setting along the clkff.!
Super nice place with cliff views and beautiful sunset spot for taking photos! Do not miss the fire and dance katchak show at 6pm. Separate review available for the show. Its a bit far off and definitely expect traffic on the way back as there is only major road to take on the way back. There are plenty of monkeys so keep your stuff safe at all time. Overall a very nice place to visit!!! Photos do not do any justice to this place.
Romantic sunsets views are worth your capture for sure while you visit this place. Beautiful and scenic as it could be feels relaxed while you just sit back and view from the top. It's always crowded so you would never find time to click your solo pictures 😋😂. Beware of monkeys while you climb up to the temple they are very notorious. Best time to visit would be in May June.
Beautiful place to experience the view in real rather than through camera lenses. Careful with the monkeys. They love shiny objects... Eye glasses, camera, Ray-Ban. But it's a good chance to enjoy the scenery.
Entrance fee: 30k/per person. Everyone have to wear sarong when visit here. Best to go before 3pm. Be careful with the monkeys here. Watch your sunglasses, cameras and phones, earings, etc.. The incredible view will shock you. Should watch the show, 100k per person but worth it.
It's really really cool. Standing highly near the blue ocean. There are many travel guides, so if you come from abroad, you don't need to worry. Comfy yourself. Enjoy the view. Oh, and in the evening, Kecak dance is held there while you can see the sun goes down. In some spots, there are monkeys. Be careful with your belongings.
Absolutely stunning. One of my favorite temples in Bali. Worth every seconds. Monkeys roaming along the paths. Beautiful cliff walks. Amazing views. Such a great place. In nice weather you can enjoy a lot of time there!
Fabulous show. Wish I got there earlier than 540pm so I could have explored the temple first! 100k show very worth it plus a 30k entry fee. Beware of loose items as the monkeys come out after the show and I saw one steal a guys eyeglasses.
Great place for sunset like its location heading directly west. There are several places that are not for tourist, which includes the temple on the cliff edge. The monkeys are not friendly and sometimes annoying. These make this place three stars only. But still worth a visit if you do not usually live near the sea.
Absolutely beautiful view of the ocean waves slamming in to the cliffs far down below! Entrance fee is 30K per person and the mandatory wearing of a sarong is included in the price if you need to rent one. Takes a little while to walk around but the views are truly astonishing, this is a very sacred place for the locals so please show your respect! There are a few benches around for you to sit and take in the nature :) The area is a mix of woods and cliff sides with the gorgeous ocean below. Lots and lots of tourists, but that is expected! Be vary of the monkeys, don’t have your purse open or have things/food in your hands. Please respect the animals here, don’t feed them, harass them and please don’t get to close. Let them be and appreciate how beautiful they are on a distance. And bin your litter - keep Bali clean ❤️
Very beautiful and amazing ocean here. I can't believe i'm still in Indonesia. I looks like another country. If you wear something short clothes, you must wear a fabric for cover your body. And last not the least, there are very many little cute and naughty monkey. You must be carefully, pay attention for your stuffs and your children. Do not give these monkey food. Enjoy your holiday 😁😀👍😎