Labuan Sait Padang Padang Beach:
This cliff-top temple hosts kecak dancing at sunset. The temple, Pura Luhur Ulu Watu, is seventy meters above the sea on the edge of a steep cliff at the southwestern tip of the Bukit Peninsula. It is one of several important temples to the gods of the sea along Bali's south coast, established in the 11th century by the Javanese priest Empu Kuturan. The temple complex was added onto by Nirartha, another Javanese priest who was also known for the temple at Tanah Lot. This area is a famous surf break. The cliffs above are lined with cafes.
The long-tailed macaques of Uluwatu have a reputation for being particularly mischievous.
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Last modified 19 January 2019