For you who want to do Uluwatu Temple Tour from Sanur, it probably takes 55 minutes or 30.5 km to drive a car.
The trip to get Uluwatu from Sanur indeed sounds quite long. If you don’t want to drive alone to get there then booking a tour package is a good solution that you can choose.
Most of the tour providers in Bali usually offer a package which will take you to visit Uluwatu Temple, watch Sunset and Kecak Dance, and enjoy seafood dinner at Jimbaran Bay.
The package generally includes a private car, a licensed driver, petrol (fuel of car), and also parking fee.
Dress Code when Visiting Uluwatu Temple
Many people wonder about dress code when visiting Uluwatu Temple. In fact, it is simple. You can need to wear a sarong (Balinese Traditional Fabric) and a shawl.
The sarong is usually worn to cover from your waist to ankle while the shawl ties around your waist outside the sarong.
For more detail, you can find out on Uluwatu Dress Code.
Kecak Fire Dance Schedule in Uluwatu
Kecak and fire dance performance is staged from 18.00 – 19.00 at point near the temple. The visitors will be charged at IDR 100.000 for a ticket.
The dance narrates about the heroism of Prince Rama when trying to save Sita (his wife) who is kidnapped by Rahwana, an evil giant king.
Rama is helped by Hanuman (a white monkey warrior) and Wanara (the troops of the monkeys).
In the performance, there is the most waited one by the audiences that is when the Hanuman jumps in fire.
Meanwhile, you can watch the dance while stunning sunset view at same time on open stage. It is amazing experience that you will have there.
What to Bring During The Tour
Perhaps you get a question about what should bring during the tour, then we will recommend you to bring some items, such as:
- A sarong with a shawl
Meanwhile, you shouldn’t wear accessories too many because it will be snatched by the monkey which habited around the temple.