Uluwatu Temple the favorite attractions in Bali
|Posted by Gede Wahyu on Thu Apr 17, 2014|
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Neighborhood Uluwatu Temple, Badung regency became a favorite tourist attraction on the island, visited by domestic and foreign tourists and the second largest after the tourist area of â€‹â€‹Tanah Lot, Tabanan.
According the data of Tourism Department the Bali provincial on saturday said the number of tourists visiting to location Uluwatu Temple during 2013 recorded 820,999 people consisting of 498,070 foreign tourists and 322,929 domestic guests, while Tanah Lot reach three million people.
Visitors see condition the stunning natural in a stretch of Uluwatu is on the increase because previously recorded 803 567 people. Many foreign tourists request to Uluwatu, said observer Bali Tourism, Drs. Dewa Nyoman Putra.
Uluwatu Temple, 30 km south of Denpasar, or 15 km from Ngurah Rai Airport has a special attraction, because rocks there overgrown bushes guarded by hundreds of tame monkeys and protected by the surrounding society, said Nyoman Putra, who works as Tour Guide since a dozen years.
The place of Hindu holy that stands majestically at a height of 97 meters above sea level stand on the bridge cliffs high and jutting into the sea, at the southwestern tip of Bali, this which makes lure every tourist who visit here.
Location of the temple is considered very beautiful and amazing, because it is above of a cliff directly overlooking the sea. This atmosphere makes the atmosphere of Uluwatu Temple which was founded about eleventh century increasingly impressed that sanctity.
High and steep cliffs in this temple right place to watch the sunset in the west. Tourists would love to watch the sunset combined with the expanse of the sea and swash waves.
"It is remarkable sunset in Uluwatu," said foreign tourists who had to look at it as simulated by Dewa Nyoman Putra, because the atmosphere of the sun is getting low, light bursts to a yellow brass made â€‹â€‹more serene scenery.
Last changed: Tue Mar 10, 2015 at 6:30 pm