After traveling about an hour from Kuta we finally arrived at the tourist attraction Uluwatu temple Bali. The day was a bit cloudy we had stopped at the statue of Vishnu Kencana Bali, the statue is said higher than the statue of Liberty in New York but when it got there the statue is still in the process, so we decided to go there. We headed straight to Pura Uluwatu. Uluwatu Temple is a place of worship of Hindu people still used today. Temple is located southwest of the island of Bali is located in the village of Pecatu, Kuta District, Badung regency, Bali. This temple is located on a cliff hill that is steep and high and jutting into the sea. It is said that this temple is believed to be Hindus as a buffer of 9 winds. We do not understand what that means? maybe our friends on the Hindu campus know what that means.

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In the early historical record this temple used to be a place of worship of a holy priest from the 11th century AD named the master Kuntura. This temple is also used to worship the next holy priest, Dang Hyang Nirartha, who came to Bali at the end of 1550 and ended his holy journey with what is called Moksah or Ngeluhur in this place. This word is the origin of the name of Pura Luhur Uluwatu. In front of the temple there is a small forest called a base of Kekeran that serves as a buffer of religious sanctity. Uluwatu temple is located at an altitude of 97 meters from sea level and is located on a cliff so it can directly see the beautiful scenery of the Indian Ocean. Besides Uluwatu temple is also the best place to see the sunset or sunset. The local and foreign tourists are very fond of this place. When we got there hundreds of tourists were enjoying the natural scenery from the cliffs of Uluwatu temple. Uniquely this tourist attraction filled with dozens of our apes like being in the zoo. One of the famous dances in Indonesia is Kecak dance also held at Pura Uluwatu. On a stage every year there is a lively Kecak dance performance. If visiting Bali this place you should visit. Greetings from Penang Island Malaysia. June 12, 2018.

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