On the south coast of Bali is a whole series of sea temples. Uluwatu, meaning the ‘rock at the land’s end’, remains a beautifully unspoiled corner of Bali. Uluwatu temple is Bali ’s guardian of the south, distinguished by its natural savannah landscape, stretches of immaculate isolated white sand beaches, and dramatic coastline pounded by Bali’s most challenging surf.
The Uluwatu Temple, dedicated to the guardian spirits of the sea and consider as one of Bali’s most sacred landmarks. This ancient temple is situated on the tip of the cliff where, at sunset each day, a magnificent Kecak Dance is held with more than a hundred male dancers, performing the Ramayana epic.
Since the 1970’s Uluwatu beach has been a popular destination for surfers, beachcombers, and seekers of solitude. The surrounding area boasts some of southeast Asia’s best surfing beaches, and Uluwatu is considered one of the top 10 surfing spots in the world.