Pura Ulwatu , sits in the middle of the sea and is a breath taking beautiful Balanese teample. Built in the 11th century it is the belief that this temple was one of the other nine temples built to shield Bali from evil. The temple sits on a cliff 70m above the sea and the views from the temple are unimaginable.
Bali has become a very popular destination among tourist in the recent past, there a large number of booming luxury hotels in Bali. A pioneer hotel of such nature would be Le Meridien Bali Jimbaran. The hotel is an ideal place for anyone visiting Bali to stay at with its spaciously luxurious rooms , proximity to the airport and the facilities at the hotel ensure a relaxing experience.
The location of the temple is the key , as the sunsets from the temple are one of a kind experience that any one visiting Bali shouldn’t miss. As a place of religious worship visitors are advised to dress appropriately. However sarongs and wraps are also available to borrow at the entrance. One can roam about freely in the temple premises , however the central court yard is reserved for special occasions. Apart from the temple and the views itself are the temple has hundreds of monekys that some visitors find entertaining but some find as a hindrance. Another significant daily events at the temple is the Kecak dance performance.
Another place of interest near the temple is the Kuta Green Park, which is a great day for the entire family to enjoy great slides and rides in an area spread across 5 hectares. The park premises consists of exciting water slides , floats and many more. The park also practices minimal impact to the local environment.
Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+