Uluwatu

from the distance

sunnies

the temple in the distance

flowy skirt

with family

temple stairs

little monkey

Uluwatu means the rock at land’s end in the local language, and it is exactly that, a stone temple perched majestically on the edge of a steep cliff in southern Bali. Of all temples worth visiting in Bali, Uluwatu is, in my opinion, the most spectacular. The view is out of this world, especially at sunset (which we didn’t stay long enough for this time, but definitely did the last time we were here), when the temple serves as a perfect backdrop to the daily retelling of the story of Ramayana in true Balinese fashion, through the Kecak dance.

Photos by Arnold Hozana

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