Some waterfalls are hard to get to and the lack of people make it feel secretive. Some are the islands most famous ones and have too many people, shops and ticket booths already set up. Still can’t deny Tegenungan waterfall is a beauty worth seeing, next time I’ll go even earlier.
Is the bed or the sea more tempting for you?
Site of one of Bali’s most famous tourist attractions, Uluwatu has been drawing in tourists and surfers in growing numbers since the early 1970s.
From a historical standpoint, Uluwatu is home to a spectacular 11th century Hindu temple (Pura Luhur Uluwatu), which affords great views and houses some very crafty monkeys, who are definitely not to be trusted. Consider yourself warned: keep your sunglasses, wallets, cameras and other belongings out of their reach!
Uluwatu temple features staggering views over the Indian Ocean, exciting traditional Balinese dance performances and a host of other cultural aspects that remind visitors that they are in a country with a wealth of tradition, and not just a beach resort. Only 3 km from Padang Padang and Rapturecamps Bali, Uluwatu is located in Pecatu village in Bali’s South Kuta district. It is accessible via taxi from Kuta in around 30 to 40 minutes.
Uluwatu’s potential for incredible surfing first caught the attention of global audiences with the release of the Australian environmental surf documentary “Morning of the Earth” in 1971. This film helped to establish and encourage the natural relationship between the surfing community and ecological values. This deep appreciation comes from not only enjoying nature’s beauty, but participating in it or even “becoming one” with Mother Nature by catching that perfect wave.
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📍 "Uluwatu, Bali"
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