A famed surfing mecca, Uluwatu is renowned for its waves and white sand beaches. Must visit beaches include Bingin, Padang Padang, Dreamland, Balangan, Thomas Beach, Green Bowls, Nyang Nyang and secret beaches.
The area also draws much attention as it is home to one of Bali’s 6 holiest temples, often referred to as the island’s spiritual pillars – Pura Luhur Uluwatu – a majestic site often visited at sunset when the light is nothing short of ethereal. The nightly Kecak dance at the temple offers visitors an insight into Bali’s culture and deep-rooted traditions.
In recent years, Uluwatu has expanded to include more dining, entertainment and retail for the increasing number of visitors. Our team at Origin Uluwatu is more than happy to provide recommendations.
Bali’s most exclusive and happening day club is just minutes away form Origin Ulwuatu.
ULU CLIFF HOUSE
A day club with a great restaurant and superb sunsets overlooking Uluwatu’s surf.
Our favourite hangout in the neighbourhood with regular art events.
Bali’s southernmost Temple hosts the Kecak Fire Dance performance every sunset.