Uluwatu is a small village in the southern tip of Bali rich in culture and natural beauty. Get familiar with the local tradition by visiting the Uluwatu Temple the edge of a cliff overlooking the crashing ocean water. Witness the traditional Kecak Fire Dance and hang around monkeys as you visit the temple! These attractions are unique to Uluwatu alone!
Uluwatu has beautiful beaches that tourists can enjoy from sunrise to sunset. Padang-Padang beach, Uluwatu beach, and Dreamland beach are some of many famous for their turquoise waters and white sands. Visit Suluban beach to see an exotic cave beach where you can surf and gaze upon the picturesque landscape. If you’re up for a remote journey, go to Melasti beach known for its protruding sands expanding into the sea!
Not only does Uluwatu have many wonderful traditional and natural attractions, but it also has cafes, kiosks, seafood restaurants, and spa resorts. Of course, Uluwatu has great accommodations. Numerous resorts, bungalows, and hotels offer fantastic services for tourists around the world. Don’t forget to check them out as well to maximize your vacation to Uluwatu!
Bandara Internasional Ngurah Rai is the nearest airport to Uluwatu. It is located about one hour away from Uluwatu and it is easily accessible by taxi straight from the airport. To get around Uluwatu, visitors can also get rentals!
Quite a number of Muslim-friendly restaurants exist at Uluwatu. Be sure to ask the restaurant to ensure that it does serve halal foods! Out of many, the recommended restaurant is The Kedai Laba-Laba. If you’re willing to commute a little, Jimbaran Restaurant is a famous restaurant right by the ocean serving halal seafood dishes.
Unfortunately, Bali is not known for its many mosques. If you are looking for prayer rooms, ask the locals for directions to the nearest facility!