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Bali Getaway with Balinese Spa Experience5 days & 4 nights
INR 28,700

With its selective itineraries curated with care, the Uluwatu tour packages offered by Thrillophilia desire to make your stay here as enjoyable as possible. With its name literally translating to “land’s end”, this little paradise nestles on the edge of Bali’s southwestern tip. Replete with pristine beaches and some of Bali’s most remarkable cultural landmarks, Uluwatu offers the vacation of one’s dreams.

Customized with the customer’s interests in mind, these bali trip packages make sure your vacation caters to your every taste and interest. Sightseeing tours are elaborately planned- while the seeker of culture is directed towards historic gems like the Uluwatu Temple or the Garuda Wisnu Kencana, a fine array of beaches is always ready to welcome the beach-lover home.

The Uluwatu holiday packages offered by Thrillophilia also include a host of activities tailored to the tourist’s tastes. Adventure lovers in Uluwatu will have a splendid time exploring the many adventure sports offered at the beaches here, while party-goers can spend an exciting weekend at the beach parties held every weekend. Moreover, these packages take care of all additional requirements as well, including meal plans, accommodations and transfers around the city, thus making sure that your trip is as hassle free as possible.

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Which are the best places to visit during the Uluwatu tour?

1. Padang Padang Beach: Padang Padang is one of Bali’s best known sur spots. Stowed away between Binging and Uluwatu, the beauty of this little beach allures with its exotic charm. The Padang Padang beach generally remains busy throughout the year, with many succumbing to its allure.

Several parasols and beach chaises line the sands here, where one can lay back and simply enjoy the sun. Although the barrel waves beyond the reef are restricted to advanced surfers only, the water nearer to the shore are well suited for leisure and family fun as well. There are some local warungs on the beach selling light meals and refreshments.

- Location: Jalan Labuansait, Pecatu, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

2. Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park: From amidst the rolling hills of the Bukit Peninsula rises a massive statue of Lord Vishnu on his mount, looking down protectively on the island. Around the statue sprawls the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, one of the top Balinese attractions to be included in all Uluwatu tour packages. It’s primary attraction, the 120-meter tall Vishnu statue, is one of the largest such figures in the world.

However, the statue is not all that the park has to offer. With well-paved walkways crossing plazas and other gigantic monoliths, this 60-hectare park can be quite an adventure to explore. The Cultural Park also hosts a number of traditional Balinese performances each night.

- Location: Uluwatu St, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80364, Indonesia
-Timings: 08.00AM- 11.00PM on all days of the week

3. Pura Luhur: Perched on a cliffside by the sea, the Pura Luhur, or Uluwatu Temple, is among the top cultural inclusions in all Uluwatu trip packages. Deemed as one of the six spiritual pillars in Bali, the temple stands testament to the Hindu heritage of the country. A thick forest sprawls around Pura Luhur, thronged with monkeys that are regarded as the holy guardians of the temple.

Pura Luhur is dedicated to the Hindu god Siva Rudra who, according to Balinese tradition, is the Divine creator and protector of the universe. Each evening, a traditional Kecak dance performed on a stage by the edge of the cliff, and can be quite the spectacle to behold. Owing to its location, Pura Luhur is also vested with some of Bali’s best landscape views, and can be a great spot to catch a sunset from.

- Location:Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia
- Timings: 07.00AM- 07.00PM on all days of the week

4. Suluban Beach: A series of stairs cut on the mountainside leads one down to Suluban, often called the Blue Point or the Pantai Suluban. Here, the effortless blend of the deep blue sea against pristine sands creates a striking visual effect. The Suluban caves stand halfway in the water, and one can wade through it to reach the Hidden Beach on the other side.

The waves at Suluban are ideal for surfing, making it one of the top places in Uluwatu tour packages for the sport. Suluban is also known for its stunning sunset views, and the beach contains several designated seating areas for sunset watching.

- Location: Jalan Mamo, Uluwatu, Pecatu, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

5. Nyang Nyang Surfing Beach: One of the smallest and least explored destinations in Uluwatu trip packages, the Nyang Nyang Beach prides in its unrivalled beauty. Surrounded by verdant green cliffs, this isolated beach is often sought out for its tranquility. A lone split shipwreck stands on its eastern edge, adding a certain vibe to the place. A fairly steep trek of about 15 minutes leads one down to the beach along the mountainside.

The beach itself is fairly small, and can be explored in its entirety in a fairly short time. Surfing and swimming are the most popular tourist activities here. However, Nyang Nyang is not an organized beach, and one must carry enough food and water with them.

- Location:Jalan Batu Nunggalan, Pecatu, Badung, Bali, Indonesia

6. Impossible Beach: Uluwatu’s Impossible Beach serves as an unusual yet charming trekking destination. In fact, the beach got its name from the fact that reaching it requires quite a heavy bit of hiking and navigation. Owing to its obscure location, however, the Impossible Beach remains sparsely populated at all times, and is a great choice for those looking to get away from the busy city.

The glittering white beach is remarkable in its cleanliness, broken only by the stunning green-blue of its waters. The beach is known for its high waves as well, which makes it popular among those looking for an offbeat surfing location.

- Location: Pecatu, South Kuta District, Badung Regency, Bali

7. Pandawa Beach: Earlier hidden by the sheer cliffs that surround it, Pandawa Beach has now undergone years of organization to emerge as one of Bali’s best beaches. Among the most popular inclusions in Uluwatu tour packages, the Beach boasts of an impressive coastal terrain riddled with limestone statues of mythological figures.

The water at Pandawa is an exotic mix of blue and green. On a clear day, the beach is an ideal spot for swimming. Surfing is quite popular here, although with the swell being fairly large, is ideally suited for experienced surfers. There are some kayak rentals along the beach as well.

- Location: Pantai Pandawa, Bali, Indonesia

8. Bingin Beach: Nestled between rocky outcrops, the world class waves at Bingin Beach makes it a surfer’s paradise. There are several surfing shacks located along the beach, where one can rent a board for an hour or two. Most rentals offer surfing lessons as well.

However, surfing is not the only way to enjoy this beautiful beach. The beckoning clear waters of the Bingin Beach offers an open invitation to swimmers throughout the year. As one travels southward along the beach, one might also come across several smaller secluded beaches. The beach is heavily organized, and features several beach resorts and restaurants.

Location: Pecatu Village, Bali

What are the best things to do during the Uluwatu tour?

1. Visit Uluwatu Temple: One of the most sought after additions in Uluwatu holiday packages, this ancient temple warrants a visit. Sitting at the edge of a cliff, the temple is known for its views and religious importance alike. This Hindu temple is dedicated to the deity Shiva Rudra, who is believed to be the ultimate protector of the universe.

The temple is known for its striking architecture, with several of its gates and statues dating back to the 10th century. Every evening, post-sunset, the temple holds a performance of the traditional Tari Kecak dance before its premises.

- Location: Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia
- Timings: 07.00AM- 07.00PM on all days of the week.

2. Get Ready for a Fire Dance – Kecak: One of the most memorable parts of the Uluwatu holiday packages, witnessing a traditional Kecak dance performance at the Uluwatu Temple can prove to be quite the experience.

An open-air amphitheater at the edge of the cliff hosts the show each evening, with rows of concrete seats for the audience. The fast paced dance is performed by 75 elaborately clad male dancers, and tells the story of Lord Rama’s exile as told in Ramayana. The dance sequence spans across five episodes, and lasts for about an hour and a half.

- Location:Kawasan parkir Pura Uluwatu, Jl. Uluwatu, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
- Timings: 06.00PM- 07.30PM on all days of the week

3. Surfers and Sunset View at Uluwatu Beaches: With its coastline riddled with a series of extraordinary beaches, sunset views are never lacking at Uluwatu. Whether it be Suluban, Padang Padang, Pandawa, or any other, the beaches at Uluwatu are known for their resplendent beauty. For a truly romantic experience, one can head over to the quieter beaches in Uluwatu, such as the Nyang Nyang beach.

Additionally, the reef breaks off the Balinese coast also makes these Uluwatu beaches great spots for surfing. However, the swell here being fairly large, surfing in Uluwatu is a sport better suited to experts.

4. Saturday Night Party at Padang Padang Beach: Although a happening beach in the morning, Padang Padang Beach transforms into a thriving party destination by night. Saturdays at the beach are especially happening, when the Padang Padang hosts the famed Saturday Night Festival.

Each Saturday, the beach conducts a reggae beach party. Although beach parties are frequently held all around Uluwatu, the reggae party stands out in its theme. The initially small party was initiated as a tribute to the reggae legend Bob Marley, but later grew into one of Uluwatu’s most happening activities.

- Location: Padang Padang Beach, Uluwatu

5. Sunday Night Party at Single Fin Club: Uluwatu’s Single Fin started as a small venture and has now moved to the top of any Indonesian bucket list. The club sits at the edge of a cliff, and is renowned for its view as well as its impeccable menu.

Every Sunday night, the club hosts the biggest beachside party in Uluwatu. With a live DJ belting out popular beats, dancing under the stars by the sea can be quite a surreal experience. The best way to experience the party is to arrive by sunset and stay till late hours in the night.

- Location: Pantai Suluban, Jalan Labuan Sait, Pecatu, Uluwatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361

6. Go Surfing at Padang Padang and Balangan Beach: The beaches in Bali are well known for their surfing facilities. Among these, Padang Padang Beach and Balangan Beach in Uluwatu stand out as two of the top surfing destinations in Uluwatu trip packages. The perfect swell and barrel waves at Padang Padang are perfect for surfing, especially by seasoned experts.

On the other hand, the fast reef breaks at Balangan makes it ideal for the sport as well. Although the currents here make the beaches suitable for advanced surfers only, there are several schools that offer training for first timers who can try their hand when the weather and currents are at their best.

7. An Experience Like Never Before - Ulu Cliffhouse: Nestled on the edge of a cliff, Ulu Cliffhouse combines luxury with breathtaking views. The beachside club, along with its superior dining experience, promises opulent accommodation as well.

The beach club features an outdoor pool with a poolside lounge serving an exotic assortment of drinks. A newly opened ocean deck takes one down closer to the sea, for those desiring to enhance their experience.

Location:Jl. Labuan Sait Jl. Uluwatu No.315, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

8. Remedial Deep Tissue Massage: Regarded as one of the best massage centres in the world, Uluwatu specializes in its remedial deep tissue massages and therapies. There are several massage centres dotting the city, with most featuring traditional Balinese treatments coupled with great ocean views.

Offered at excellent discounted rates, these tissue massages seek to unwind and rejuvenate one’s senses. There are several special packages tailored to couples as well.

Which are the best places to shop in Uluwatu?

1. Seminyak: Sprawling across an open green lawn, the stalls at Seminyak sell everything between fashion and digital accessories. Nestled right by the Seminyak beach, the marketplaces are blessed with some excellent coastal views as well. Moreover, the dining options here are nothing less than exquisite, thus offering an all-round experience for shoppers.

2. Sanur Night Market: One of the biggest night markets around Uluwatu, shopping at the Sanur Night Market can be quite an experience. The market comes to life each day at about six in the evening, with stalls selling a variety of daily necessities and other ritual-based items. With their affordable price tags, the market is a great place for those looking for a budget friendly shopping experience.

3. Bulgari Boutique Hall: Nestled within the Bulgari Resort, this Boutique Hall sells a variety of high brand fashion and fragrances. However, the biggest catch at the Bulgari Boutique Hall is the locally sourced art and craft items collected from around Bali. The elaborate lamps sold at the store are a must-see.

4. Nusa Surf Shop: Those looking to purchase any surfing necessity should head over to Nusa Surf Shop. Apart from its specialty surf-based items, the store also sells a variety of sportswear, including traditional Batik-made clothes.

Which are the best adventure activities to do in Uluwatu?

1. Surfing: Blessed with some of Bali’s best surfing beaches, the sport is deemed to be one of the top adventure activities included in Uluwatu tour packages. High waves and reef breaks along the Uluwatu shore makes the water here so well-suited for surfing. Although most surfing spots around Uluwatu are best suited for experts, there are some mild areas as well. Besides, most beaches offer surfing lessons to first time surfers.

2. Paragliding: One of the best ways to get a panoramic view of the stunning Uluwatu coastline is to embark on a paragliding ride. This activity is an entirely guided one, which means beginners can take part in it as well. Daily flights take off from the cliffs along Nyang Nyang beach each day. The best time to enjoy paragliding is during sunset, when the sky remains streaked in red and yellow.

3. Kayaking: A fairly mild water sport, Kayaking can be an exciting way to explore the ocean without the added risk of extreme adventure. Kayaking is best enjoyed at Padang Padang or Pandawa Beach, where rentals lease out kayaks by the hour.

4. Caving: The midwater cave at Suluban Beach is one of the most exciting places to visit when in Uluwatu. A trek through the water leads one to this hidden cave. Upon wading through, one can reach a hidden beach on the other side.

What is there to do in Uluwatu for couples?

1. Witness a sunset on the beach: What is more romantic than witnessing a seaside sunset with a loved one? With the beaches being some of the most beautiful inclusions in the Uluwatu holiday packages, one’s vacation is bound to entail a trip to at least one of these coastal paradises. During the sunset hours, the horizon beyond remains streaked with red and golden, offering a bewitching sight.

2. Enjoy panoramic views and Pura Laha: Albeit one of the most sought after cultural monuments in Uluwatu tour packages, the Uluwatu Temple is renowned for its views as well. Nestled right on a cliff beside the Uluwatu Beach, the temple location commands surreal views of the Indian Ocean. The views are especially resplendent during sunset.

3. Unwind at a Spa: After a hectic tour or day of sightseeing, head over to any of the spas here with a loved one. Offering traditional Balinese massages at extremely affordable rates, the Uluwatu spas seek to rejuvenate one’s body and soul.

4. Enjoy a Reggae Party at the Beach: If you’re a couple with a shared love for the party spirit, then head over to Padang Padang beach on a Saturday night. Each week, the beach comes to life with a special reggae party, offering a fine mix of food, fun and madness.

What is the best time to visit Uluwatu?

The best time to visit Uluwatu would be during the dry period, between April and October. Replete with plenty of sunshine and with hardly any rainfall, this time is generally considered ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities such as hiking and water sports.

Is Uluwatu worth visiting?

The multifaceted charm of Uluwatu makes it worth a visit for all. While those looking for a quiet escape will feel right at home in Uluwatu’s many beaches, others can spend a happening weekend taking advantage of the night parties and adventure sports here. The fantastic cultural monuments of Uluwatu only add to the charm of the place.

Is Uluwatu expensive?

A trip to Uluwatu is considered moderate in terms of cost. The daily cost of living here should be between Rp. 35,000 – 75,000 per day, although tariff rates generally increase depending on the season of visit.

Which is better, Kuta or Uluwatu?

While both Kuta and Uluwatu have their own merits, Uluwatu is a better choice for those looking for a quieter vacation. While Kuta’s party-centric atmosphere is ideal for those looking for a happening getaway, the quiet beaches of Uluwatu better suit those desiring tranquility.

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