Uluwatu Temple and Padang Padang Beach, Bali, Indonesia

On the surf-haven west coast of the Bukit Peninsula in Bali, we ventured to Uluwatu Temple, a Balinese temple by the sea.

The temple is covered in Balinese macaques who love to steal glasses and bottles.

This guy stopped for a smoke.

Not too far from this cliff-side temple is Padang Padang beach, only accessible through this narrow passageway.

The beach is small, especially at high-tide, but you can venture out into the relatively warm waters and even surf.

The sand seems to be an even mix of black and white.

One thought on “Uluwatu Temple and Padang Padang Beach, Bali, Indonesia

  1. Who would build a temple by that cliff. What a drop. Reminds me of a movie with Steve McQueen called Papillion filmed in French Guiana. He lived on a cliff like that. Great movie true story. Guess your welcome committee is thirsty and need a smoke, so funny. Very secluded beach. Enjoy love ya God bless

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