I was already feeling rejuvenated, without even the help of caffeine. There was something lively about the place and its people; their simplicity, humbleness and warm gesture.
We hit the road to Kuta to see the much awaited Uluwatu temple and were just left stunned and amazed by its beauty. The mesmerizing heritage of the Temple was making our head turn 360 degrees. It was built in 16th century and located at a height of 250 feet above sea level.A place of great importance to the Balinese people.
Perched on a cliff, and its breathtaking view with the evening sunset, the place looked just awesome. The fresh sea breeze soothed away all the tiredness of a long day. How I wish I could have bottled up the fresh air and bring it back home. Alas!
Idle hours to visit the place is in early evening to have enough time for a good walk around the temple and to watch the Traditional Kecak Dance which starts before 1800 hours.
The visit was followed up by BBQ Set seafood dinner at Jimbaran beach. The day couldn’t have concluded better with the mouthwatering fresh seafood, captivating sunset over the vast ocean and happy people all around. Fallen for Bali already!