As you know, Uluwatu Temple is one of the best sunset viewing points in Bali Island. It is a worth reason why the temple is always crowded by the visitors.
Not only a sunset, the visitors can also watch an amazing traditional dance performance namely Kecak Fire Dance at stage near the temple area.
That surely makes the temple become more crowded particularly in the late afternoon. If you visit Uluwatu Temple in the morning, both attractions above surely will not be seen in there.
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Even though, it doesn’t mean you cannot visit Uluwatu in the morning. There are still other fun things to do when visiting in the morning as follows.
Things to Do at Uluwatu in the Morning
Breakfast with Nasi Ayam
When visiting Uluwatu in the morning, taking a breakfast is one good thing to do before starting your day tour.
You can visit “Warung Nasi Ayam Kedewatan” as a place to take breakfast. It is a local restaurant at main road of Uluwatu and is opened starting from 08.00 to 19.00.
The restaurant provides some Balinese cuisine as one of them is Nasi Ayam (Chicken Rice).
Nasi Ayam consists of white rice, seasoned chicken, egg slice, sambal (sauce), and sate (seasoned, skewered, and grilled meat with a sauce). All are made with Balinese special spices.
Visiting Suluban Beach
After having a breakfast, you continue to go visiting Suluban Beach (also known as Blue Point Beach) where is approximately 2 kilometer north from Uluwatu Temple.
The visitors will not be charged an entrance fee here, only a parking fee. The beach feature white sands, clear blue water, beautiful cliff surrounds, and good waves for the surfers.
Before seeing all those, the visitor must go down stairs (200 meters) from parking area to the beach.
Along route, you may also get through into a gap between cliffs that is called “Mesulub” in Balinese Language, as the origin of the beach name.
Okay, above are some fun things to do when visiting Uluwatuin the morning. So, when do you plan to visit?