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Watch the sunset & Kecak Dance at Uluwatu sea temple

Watch the sunset & Kecak Dance at Uluwatu sea temple
Perched high atop a 70-metre cliff, with sweeping views of the Indian Ocean, the Uluwatu Temple is one of Bali’s best sea temples you can’t miss during your trip.


It’s one of the six key Balinese temples that help to ward off evil, but that’s not its winning point as a prime tourist destination.




Every day during sunset, crowds gather at the temple for a breathtaking view of the orange ocean reflecting the setting sun.

Along with the Tanah Lot Temple, the Uluwatu Temple is one of the best places to be at during sunset.

And at that time, don’t forget to catch the Kecak dance performance at the temple.




One of Bali’s most popular traditional dances, the spectacular Kecak dance makes use of fire and dance to present riveting stories to the audience. Sometimes, the performer is in so deep a trance that he can even kick hot charcoal without scalding his feet!

How to get there: Pura Uluwatu is located in Pecatu Village, Kuta sub-district, Bandung regency about 25km south of Kuta and it usually takes an hour’s journey. A hired driver or post-pickup is recommended as public transport is unavailable.

The perfect time to arrive at Uluwatu Temple would be at 4pm to give you ample time to get a good seat and a ticket for the Kecek Dance at RP 100,000 (USD $8.10).

The performance is held at Uluwatu Temple, with an entrance fee of RP 20,000 (USD $1.60). Sarongs will be provided for entry to the temple.

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