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Pura Uluwatu


Pura Uluwatu Temple is an iconic seaside pagoda that sits on a cliff at the southern end of Uluwatu Bali.

This 1,000-year-old temple is one of the most famous tourist sites on the island of Bali due to its impressive cliffs, sunset views, the traditional Balinese fire dance “Kecak” and the notoriously sneaky Uluwatu monkeys that like to hang around the temple.


Uluwatu Temple is easy to visit from Kuta and other popular tourist areas in Bali, and I consider it a must-see! The whole experience is very memorable.


Uluwatu Temple is in the extreme southwest of the island of Bali.

It is an hour’s drive from Kuta, Canggu, Sanur and other popular tourist areas in southern Bali, although it can take longer if there is a lot of traffic (especially after sunset, when everyone leaves).


Uluwatu Temple is open to visitors every day from 9am to 7pm, and for worship it is open 24 hours a day. In general, all weather is good for visiting Uluwatu Temple, although you may find it raining in the evening during the rainy season.

How much?

Entrance Fee

  • Foreigners (Adults): 50k IDR (~$3 USD)
  • Foreigners (Kids 3-10): 30k IDR
  • Domestic : 30k IDR
  • Fire Dance: 150k IDR

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