Uluwatu is known for its peninsula, fringed with cliffs, and its surf breaks, which earn it a place in the top 5 surfing spots in the world. However, what the area is best known for is the Uluwatu Temple, its setting making it so dramatic. Perched almost 250’ above the waves of the Indian Ocean, it is believed to be one of the six key temples of Bali's spiritual pillars. Uluwatu is located within Bali, known for for its exotic beaches and cuisine, as well as its cultural and sculptural beauty. The people of Bali are recognized for their warm hospitality.
With classic Indonesian flair, our luxury vacation rentals in Uluwatu will represent everything you had hoped for in your Balinese getaway. Our holiday villas can parties up to 18 people, with a range of accommodations from 2 bedrooms and 2 baths all the way to 9 bedrooms and 10 baths. Simply elegant amenities are standard at each of our luxury vacation properties. Examples include stunning sea views and easy beach access, lush tropical foliage and generous lawns, large private pools with built-in hot tubs, massage areas, covered seating and lounge areas, daybeds surrounding the pool for sunbathers, full outdoor kitchens and bars and al fresco dining. Luxury Uluwatu Interiors are similar, with soaring ceilings, extensive use of native hardwoods, abundant natural sunlight, designer furnishings and gourmet kitchens. You will also find bedroom sanctuaries with high-thread count linens, separate seating areas and decadent baths with Jacuzzi tubs, steam showers and double vanities.
Visit the Uluwatu Temple. It is known locally as Pura Luhur Uluwatu and is one of the must-see temples in Bali, The temple is located on the southwestern tip of a limestone cliff surrounded by a forest, home to troops of grey long-tailed macaque monkeys. The Kecak dance, occasionally referred to as “the monkey chant” or “the fire dance” because of the use of a tall fire torch as its centerpiece, is a uniquely famous Uluwatu experience. As one of the most captivating dance performances, the Kecak dance, also frequently dubbed ‘the monkey chant’ or the ‘fire dance’ due to its use of a tall fire torch as its centrepiece, The best place to see the Kecak dance is at the open amphitheatre next to the Uluwatu Temple. This locale uses the setting sun and ocean horizon as its dramatic theatrical backdrop.
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