Pura Luhur Uluwatu is one of the oldest and most well-known temples in Bali, Indonesia. In this place we can see the sea from the best point and watch the swift waves of sea water. This place is also very popular for sunset viewing.
At Pura Luhur Uluwatu, you can also enjoy traditional Balinese dance “Kecak Dance” which is performed every day at sunset at Pura Luhur Uluwatu, Bali
The tourists also have to be careful in this place, why? because you can see a lot of monkeys that are quite aggressive who can take your belongings spontaneously and are quite adept at taking your belongings such as luggage, cameras and even your glasses.
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You also have to guard and hold your belongings more vigilantly including the glasses you use. If it turns out that the monkey managed to take your belongings, you can make a deal with the monkey by exchanging your items with some foods such as bananas to get the item back. Or you can also ask for help from local residents who are there to help retrieve your goods by giving them tips and of course they will be very happy to help you.
Uluwatu Temple Bali is located on a cliff near the famous surfing spot in the southwest part of Bukit Peninsula. In the 15th word of the great pilgrim priest Dhang Hyang Dwijendra, who established the present form of Hindu Dharma Religion chose Uluwatu Temple as his last earthly abode.
The view from Pura Luhur Uluwatu is the best place to enjoy at two different points of view in both the northern and southern regions.
How to get there Uluwatu Temple Bali?
The location of Uluwatu is about 1 hour drive from Ngurah Ray International Airport. If you live in Denpasar, Kuta, Seminyak or other places, you can use a taxi to get there or rent a car or motorcycle. Or you can also use the services of a travel agent/transport service in the nearest location. Of course there are many more choices in Bali that can be your choice.
Entrance ticket is 50,000 rupiah to the temple. And for kecak and fire dace ticket is 150,000 rupiah
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Watching Kecak dance in Uluwatu Temple Bali
Kecak dance is a Balinese dance that is played by many people. There are lots of places to watch Kecak Dance on the island of Bali, but the best is in Uluwatu Temple. This place is favored by tourists because the Kecak dance performance has the most beautiful sunset background. For the price of this staging watching movie is IDR 150,000 / person. The performances are 1.5 to 2 hours long. The performance starts at 18:00 and the Kecak Uluwatu Dance ticket counter opens at 17:00. The counter is right at the entrance to the performance area. As for the seat, my step can sit anywhere in the stands. There is no seat number, so if you want to get the best spot, you have to come earlier.
What made my step have to watch Kecak dance in Uluwatu? The reason In addition to a beautiful place My step will also be brought in to enjoy the story in a different way. Because throughout the show, my step didn’t hear the dialogue and the sound of accompaniment music, all performed with movements and sounds coming out of the mouth, goosebumps !!! Before the show begins the Host of Ceremonies will explain the actual story line that the plot already exists in the distribution which is distributed when buying an entrance ticket according to the language of each country.
Blushing Bali sky, taken from the stands of the audience.
After the Ceremony is over, then a group of 20 to 30 people enter the performance area by speaking “kecak kecak kecak” simultaneously. The kecak sura will be my step heard throughout the performance. On the sidelines of the show there are figures who enter one by one. And what made the audience laugh was Hanoman. His silly behavior made the audience clap and laugh. There was also a moment where Hanoman was burned and made goosebumps again. For more details, my step is absolutely mandatory to watch the Kecak dance performance at Uluwatu Temple.