Visit a private beach club for a fresh seafood meal. You’ll also make a visit to a nearby temple that serves as a habitat for monkeys.
- 8 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 9:00 AM, 10:00 AM
- Inquire for Transportation
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English
The beach club is on Pandawa Beach, an uncrowded beach with clear water, and includes a visit to a nearby temple. The Uluwatu Temple sits on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea and serves as a beautiful backdrop for a performance. Uluwatu is a temple dedicated to Hanuman, the Hindu monkey god. You’ll see lots of monkeys on the grounds — make sure to keep your belongings safety secured to your person, as monkeys are prone to thievery. Pandawa Beach is known for the limestone statues that line the beach, in a series of 6 grottoes.
This Balinese Hindu temple is in a spectacular location perched on the side of steep limestone cliffs towering 229 feet (70 m) above the Indian Ocean. One of the best spots for sunset photos, Uluwatu Temple also has packs of kleptomaniac gray macaque monkeys and traditional Kecak dance performances. It’s a trek to visit this temple at the southern tip of the Bukit Peninsula, but the sunset vistas and neighboring beaches make it worth the trip.
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What to Bring
Sunscreen, sunglasses, swimming suit, a hat, and something to cover your knees and shoulders to visit Uluwatu temple.
Day pass to the beach club in Nusa Dua and a visit to Uluwatu Temple. Full beach club and inclinator access, towel and wifi. Kayaks, snorkeling equipment and stand-up paddle boards* IDR 200K food and beverage credit
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