Things to Wear at Uluwatu Temple
When you are visiting Bali, there a lot of things to do there such as Running Race in Bali and et cetera. Beside that in Bali there are also a lot of places that you could visit, and one of the must visited place is Uluwatu. Actually, Uluwatu is one of popular tourist attraction in Bali.
Uluwatu offer a quiet atmosphere that are far from the hustle and bustle of the big cities. Furthermore, in Uluwatu you could explore beautiful and alluring beaches, visit one of the most famous Balinese temple, and also watch kecak fire dance and etc. However many people that want to visit the Uluwatu temple ask the same question such as what should I wear to Uluwatu temple? Therefore, here are things you should know about Uluwatu temple and things to wear at Uluwatu temple.
What is Uluwatu Temple
Uluwatu temple or Pura Luhur Uluwatu is an amazing Balinese Pura Segara or an amazing Balinese sea temple. It is located on the clifftop which stand 70 meters tall overlooking the vibrant blue Indian ocean water that are crushing the rocks below the cliff and it provides an alluring view for every prying eye that watch the beautiful of the temple. Furthermore, this Uluwatu temple is one of the tourist attractions that must be on your ‘must visited place’ list while vacationing in Bali.
Uluwatu Temple Dress code
To answer your question of what should I wear to Uluwatu temple? here is some dress code that you should follow when you are visiting Uluwatu temple. If you want to enter the temple then you have to dress appropriately and accordingly.
The dress code that you should wear there is a long dress, skirt, pants, or sarong. If you don’t have any of those items, then you will be given sarong upon your arrival in the entry way of the Uluwatu temple. Furthermore, you are also suggested to cover your shoulder because it is more respectful but is not exactly required.
Tips for Visiting Uluwatu Temple
Here are some tips of visiting Uluwatu temple so you don’t have to ask what should I wear to Uluwatu temple? anymore. First thing first, you should remember the dress code of Uluwatu temple and you have to dress appropriately and accordingly when visiting this temple to show some of your respect.
It is highly recommended that you wear long pants and also cover your shoulder. Secondly, the best time to visit Uluwatu temple is around the sunset. In Uluwatu temple there are so many cheeky monkeys, so you better be watching out your belongings and try to not wear any vibrant accessories like necklace, hat, or sunglasses.
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