People talking about Bali and often you will hear people talk about Seminyak, Kuta, and Ubud. However seems that people rarely talk about tourist attractions in the southern region of Bali which we would think that places are recommend for a honeymoon and your short trip whether holidays or business trip.

Its clean water sand beach and unfortunately you must pay to enter. However one kilometer ahead you find a path to a free access to a calm part of the same beach, but a bit rocky which recommend to visit.

Tourist attractions in southern Bali that are very well known to foreign countries are attractions of Uluwatu Temple, Luhur Bali. There are few things you will find when visit this place: (1) Kecak dance performance in Uluwatu, and unfortunately, you need to pay a ticket to enter the place, but we think this is value for money. (2) They have well organize transportation and there more options.

Uluwatu Kecak dance is played by 50-100 dancers. Kecak dancers will sit in a circle and wear a black and white sarong.

Most of the Kecak dancers are men and the play told is usually the Ramayana story. The hallmark of the Kecak dance is the sound of cak, cak, cak which is spoken by male dancers who are mutually friendly. When performing the Uluwatu kecak dance, it is done in the afternoon before sunset, precisely performed at 18:10 – 19:00 Bali time.

Uluwatu Bali Temple located on the rock hill with a height of about 97 meters above sea level. This is the reason why its named as Uluwatu, which in Sanskrit means the peak of the rock.

Slightly different with you might see in Tanah Lot temple attractions, tourists who travelled to the Luhur Uluwatu temple will see the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean, with the waves hitting the cliffs and the more interesting is you also can enjoy the beautiful sunset with your naked eyes.

This place also has more grocery store who sell food and drinks, and no doubt you will find many restaurants that serve a variety of food or beverage menus with affordable price for sure.

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