Four Reasons To Visit Uluwatu

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John Thompson

Bali is by all accounts, a tourist hub. From pristine beaches and forest, to great new food and experiences, Bali is the holiday makers' dream. But just in case you are not convinced, here are four things to do and visit in Uluwatu, Bali.

Even on the ‘Island of a thousand temples’ Uluwatu Temple stands out amongst the best. A culturally and spiritually important landmark, let yourself bathe in the majestic views from its cliff-edge perch. If you go, be sure not to miss the spellbinding ‘Kecak Dance’, performed every sunset.

For a spiritual and introspective retreat why not go in March? During Nyepi the whole island shuts down. Spend a relaxing day with no lights, no sound, and no worries. Not only will you get to witness this unique event, you’ll also be able to watch the vibrant ogoh-ogoh parade the day before, or spend the day after with a range of healthy activities from yoga to crossfit!

Some of the world's best beaches are in Bali, and some of Bali’s best beaches are in Uluwatu. This June, experience some of the most pristine beaches in the world along the Southern-Coast of Uluwatu. Don’t believe us? Look up Balangan Beach. Afterwards, try out some of Jimbaram’s legendary seafood dinners. Marinated in authentic Balinese spices and grilled over burning coconut husks this is one legendary culinary experience.

Enjoy the unmatched luxury of Bali’s most sustainable resort.. Perched on limestone cliffs 100 mitres above the Indian Ocean, each of Alila Villas Uluwatu’s 65 pool villas are designed for environmental and aesthetic harmony. But why stop there? Check out any of the other spectacularly indulgent spa options, from age-old massage techniques to signature spas, spend November in bliss as crashing waves and bird calls become your only interruption.

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