Being one of Bali’s six spiritual pillars, Uluwatu Temple is overwhelmingly popular not only because of its cultural significance but also the stunning views from the temple. Perched on the southernmost cliff of the island overlooking the Indian Ocean, the scenery is best captured at sunset. Inhabited by monkeys that serve as guards to the temple, these furry pals add an interesting twist to the visit as they can be quite playful and at times violent with the foreign presence of humans. Nonetheless, Uluwatu is a gem to not be missed!
Entry Fee: Rp. 10,000/person (locals), Rp. 40,000/person (foreigners) for Maintenance and Sarong Rental Fee