Uluwatu And Jimbaran Bay
Uluwatu Temple is one of Balinese Hindu Temples most visted by tourist and located right on the petrifying hill with the crevasse exist in the right and left side. Because of its unique location, visitors to the temple have to take a long stone stairway to reach it. The temple heads east, unlike other Balinese temples which face west or south. There are hundreds of monkeys roaming along the path outside the temple. Although the monkeys look tame, visitors find them a nuisance as they often grab food off a visitor’s hand and snatch visitors belongings. Visitors must wear a sarong and a sash, as well as appropriate clothes common for temple visits. They can be hired here.
Padang – Padang Beach
Located at Jalan Labuan Sait, in the village of Pecatu, Bali. Located not too far from the tourist area of Uluwatu Temple and one of place will be visit on Uluwatu Tours. To get to this beach, we had to descend the stairs are made in the cliffs. After a few yards down the stairs we are greeted by the sun. It turns a dark alley behind the beach there is incredible beauty. The waves that roll, rock-breaking waves, and the sky is captivating. White sandy beach stretching ahead of you, clear blue water and flat, perfect for swimming. If you enjoy the sunset at the beach with a few other visitors around you it will feel like a private beach.
Seafood Dinner at Jimbaran Bay
Jimbaran Bay Beach is a beautiful beach located in the southern part of Bali with white sand unfolding along the coastal. There are plenty of cafes offer delicious of seafood dinner with breathtaking view of Indian Ocean. It is served right on the beach with beautiful table set up apposite to the ocean. The chefs fire up their outside kitchens and prepare their menus of seafood just as carloads of hungry mouths arrive to watch the sun.