As you have maybe known that Uluwatu Temple is a holy place for the Hindus in Bali, hence every visitor should respect and know about proper dress code and etiquette when visiting there.
Well, let’s find out about Uluwatu Temple Bali Dress Code and etiquette below it.
A sarong and a scarf are required items to wear when visiting to Uluwatu Temple as well as other temples in Bali.
The sarong looks like a cloth that be used to cover from waist to ankles, while a scarf or shawl is tied at the waist right outside the sarong.
Besides that, the visitors are required to wear tops that may cover their upper body especially at the shoulder, such as a casual t-shirt, polo-shirt, or long-sleeves shirt.
Moreover, avoid wearing tops without covers at upper body like a tank top, singlet-shirt, and so on.
If you don’t have or forget to bring a sarong and a scarf, what should you do? Try to borrow it at the entrance ticket counter, there is sarong and scarf available to use by the visitor who forget to bring it.
By wearing a proper dress code as above, you will show respect to Balinese culture and the sanctity of the temple.