Uluwatu Morning Tour is a private half day trip to visit Uluwatu Temple Bali and other nice attractions in the morning time. The Uluwatu Temple Tour in the morning is ideal for tourists who don't have opportunities to see Uluwatu Temple in the afternoon (at sunset time).
Uluwatu Temple is one of the best locations in Bali island to experience the sunset and also it's the perfect attraction in Bali to see the Kecak & Fire Dance performance. But for this trip, we are not going to visit Uluwatu in the afternoon time (at sunset) nor watch the Kecak Fire Dance show as the dance only performs at sunset time.
We are from Balitourify offer you the Uluwatu Morning Tour with a half-day private Bali driver hire for 5 hours to 6 hours, our professional and friendly driver would be able to take you and drive you to explore Uluwatu Temple and other tourist spots around Uluwatu Bali for a short day.
|Tour Name||Uluwatu Morning Tour Bali|
|Tour Length||5 - 6 hours (Half Day)|
|Tour Price||IDR 450,000 /vehicle|
|Vehicle Capacity||6 persons|
|Pick-up Time||8:00 AM|
|Tour Availability||Every day|
|The tour is private (NOT a sharing tour)|
|The price listed is per vehicle (NOT per person)|
|The booking requires to be made at least 1 day earlier|
Uluwatu Morning Tour Itinerary | Uluwatu Temple Bali Half Day Trips Activities in The Morning
Below is the half day Uluwatu Morning Trip program visiting Uluwatu Temple as well as other tourist spots that are located not far from Uluwatu in the South of Bali island.
|08:00||Pick-up at the hotel|
|09:00 - 10:00||Visit Uluwatu Temple|
|10:30 - 11:30||Visit Padang-padang Beach|
|11:50 - 12:30||Herbal Tea Tasting & Luwak Coffee|
|13:00 - 14:00||Visit GWK Cultural Park|
|14:00 - 15:00||Back to hotel|
|15:00||Arrive at the hotel|
1. Uluwatu Temple
The first destination to visit is Uluwatu Temple which is located in Pecatu Village, South of Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia. Uluwatu Temple (Indonesian: Pura Luhur Uluwatu) is made at the edge of a 70-meter massive cliff rock jutted into the sea overlooks the Indian Ocean rendering it a fantastic place to view the sundown on Bali island.
The word “Uluwatu” derives from the Balinese words "Ulu" means edge and "Watu" meaning rock/cliff, so Uluwatu means a temple that is set on the edge of the cliff. It is one of the famous sea temples in Bali.
The temple is regarded as one of the Sad Kahyangan Temples (Bali's 6 major temples) that is dedicated to God in his manifestation as The Lord Rudra who maintaining the Southwest direction of the world.
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Despite that a smaller sized temple was explained to have persisted previously, the build was remarkably applied by a Javanese holy monk called Mpu Kuturan in the 11th Century.
Another holy priest from East Java named Dang Hyang Nirartha is attributed for setting up the Padmasana shrines that is said that he attained Moksha on this spot.
2. Padang - Padang Beach
The following attraction to visit on the Uluwatu Temple Morning Tour is Padang - Padang Beach, it's also known as Labuan Sait Beach.
Padang Padang Beach, locally named as Pantai Labuan Sait is one of Bali’s most renowned surf spots, found on the north-western coastline of the Bukit Peninsula in Bali island.
This beach provides a wonderful ambiance, a gorgeous 100 meters expand of beach sand which is reachable down the stairs through like a tunnel between narrow rocks as entryways.
Check also: Uluwatu Sunset Tour
The surf has a regular group of waves in the time of good weather conditions, magnetizing wave riders from around the globe. Part of the number of top grade surf locations that line the coastal area of the southern area of the peninsula, Padang Padang Beach or Labuan Sait Beach can be found in some kilometers in the middle of Bingin Beach and Uluwatu.
This beach becomes a frequent place for worldwide surfing events, Padang Padang Beach was highlighted in the scene of the movie called "Eat, Pray, Love" starred by Julia Roberts in 2010.
3. Herbal Tea Tasting & Luwak Coffee
The next spot to visit on The Uluwatu Bali Morning Excursion is the place where you can taste a variety of herbal teas and coffees for free of charge such as ginseng coffee, ginger tea, coconut coffee, mangosteen tea, saffron tea, vanilla coffee, etc.
Here also available the Luwak Coffee (Kopi luwak) which is one of the world’s finest and pricey coffees.
Luwak Coffee is one of the most expensive coffees on the planet, the primary aspect of its hefty cost is the unfamiliar way of harvesting. if you're interested to try it then the cost is around IDR 60,000 (5 USD) per cup.
Luwak Coffee is made out of the coffee beans that have been digested by a specific Indonesian cat-like mammal identified as the palm civet or also known as civet cat. That is exactly why Kopi Luwak is also named cat poop coffee or civet cat coffee. The stool of this cat will be gathered, completed and distributed as Kopi Luwak.
4. GWK - Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park
The last place to go to in the half-day Uluwatu sightseeing tour morning schedule is Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park (GWK) that is situated in Bukit Ungasan, Badung Regency, South of Bali, around 11 KM or 20 minutes drive from Uluwatu Temple. GWK is an approximately 60 ha area of a cultural park placed in Ungasan, South of Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali.
GWK Cultural Park offers an outstanding Indonesian historical background for a long time to highlight the new monumental Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue as the Indonesian icon of culture, the biggest artistic masterwork on Bali island. The statue is designed by I Nyoman Nuarta, a well-known Indonesian sculptor born on the island of Bali, Indonesia.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue is the figure of The Lord Vishnu ride-on the powerful Garuda (the master of birds) as his faithful companion. The statue is built to be one of the world’s greatest and highest monumental statue. The entire height of the statue is 120m, consists of 24 components and constructed with 754 parts made from copper and brass coated patina resistant.
Inclusions & Exclusions
The inclusions and exclusions of The Half Day Bali Uluwatu Morning Tour.
- Pick up and Drop off at your hotel
- Air conditioned vehicle
- English speaking driver
- Parking fees
- Toll fee
- Entrance fees / tickets
- Drinks, snacks or lunch
- Personal expenses
Entrance Fees & Opening Hours
General information of the entrance fees and the opening hours of the attractions on the itinerary of The Half Day Bali Temple Uluwatu Morning Tour.
|Attractions||Entrance Fees /person|
|GWK - Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park||IDR 125,000|
|Uluwatu Temple||IDR 50,000|
|Padang - Padang Beach||IDR 15,000|
|Luwak Coffee Place||Free to enter|
|GWK - Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park||8:00 AM - 10:00 PM|
|Uluwatu Temple||8:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Padang - Padang Beach||7:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Luwak Coffee Place||8:00 AM - 6:00 PM|
- The entrance fees valid for 2021 - 2022 (may change without any prior notice)
- The opening hours might change for some reasons without any notice
Pick-up Time & Location
The Pick-up time and location of The Half Day Bali Uluwatu Temple Tour in The Morning.
Pick-up Time: 8:00 AM
We may adjust the pick up time according to the location of your hotel.
Free Pick-up at The Location Below
- Nusa Dua
- Benoa Harbor
Please contact us for pick-up in other places in Bali.
What to Bring
Below are the common things to bring on The Half Day Bali Uluwatu Morning Tour.
- Wear a simple casual dress
- A bottle of drinking water
- Sunscreen (if needed)
- Medicine (if in treatment)
- Cash (for entry tickets or shopping)
How to Pay
We accept cash payment for The Half Day Bali Temple Uluwatu Morning Tour. You can pay directly to our driver on the same day of the tour.
We will convert the price based on the daily exchange rates if you would like to pay in a different currency.
You are free to cancel the booking of The Half Day Bali Uluwatu Temple Tour in The Morning. You must inform us in one day before the tour (24 hours earlier) for the cancellation.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
FAQ about The Uluwatu Morning Tour | Uluwatu Temple Bali Half Day Tours in The Morning Time
Below are the commonly asked questions relating the half-day Bali Temple Uluwatu Tour in the morning. Please contact us if you have any other questions about this trip.
Is The Uluwatu Morning Tour a private tour?
Yes, The Half Day Bali Temple Uluwatu Morning Tour is a private tour with a flexible itinerary, it is NOT a shared tour with other guests.
For example: if you book The Uluwatu Morning Tour for 2 persons then only 2 persons and our driver will go on tour.
What's included in the half-day Uluwatu morning tour?
The air-conditioned vehicle and fuel, an English speaking Bali driver, parking fees, and toll road fee are included in the price of the half-day Uluwatu morning tour
What is NOT included in the private Bali Uluwatu temple morning trip?
The private half-day Bali Uluwatu temple morning tour price is NOT included entrance fees to visit tourist attractions, lunch or any other personal expenses.
Is the price listed in The Uluwatu Morning Tour for per person or per vehicle?
The price listed in The Uluwatu Morning Tour is per vehicle (NOT per person), our vehicle capacity is a maximum of 6 persons. If you book The Uluwatu Morning Tour for 1 person or maybe 6 persons then the price will be the same (IDR 450,000).
What to bring on the Uluwatu Temple Bali morning tours?
You can wear a simple casual outfit for the half day Uluwatu Temple Bali morning tours, bring a bottle of mineral water with you to stay away from dehydration (the island of Bali offers high humidity), sun-screen to protect against skin burns (Bali is hot), cash money (for lunch, entrance tickets or shopping), sunglasses, smartphone/camera, medicine (if in treatment).
How much is the entrance fee to visit Uluwatu Temple?
The Uluwatu Temple entrance fee is IDR 50,000 /person and IDR 25,000 for children (valid for 2021 - 2022, the entrance ticket may change without any prior notice).
How much is the entrance fee to visit Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park?
The entrance fee of Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park (GWK) is IDR 125,000 /person (valid for 2021 - 2022, the entrance ticket may change without any prior notice).
How much is the entrance cost to visit Padang Padang Beach?
The ticket price for entering Padang Padang Beach/Pantai Labuan Sait is IDR 15,000 /person (valid for 2021 - 2022, the entrance cost may change without any prior notice).
What is the dress code to enter the area of Uluwatu Temple?
Uluwatu Temple is a sacred place for Balinese, all the visitors and tourists are required to wear a sarong and sash to maintain the sanctity of the temple area. The sarong and sash are free to use (it's already included in the entrance fee).
What's the opening hours of Uluwatu Temple?
The opening hour of Uluwatu Temple is normally from 8.00 AM to 7.00 PM every day, but may change for some reason without any prior notice.
I heard that the monkeys in Uluwatu Temple are cheeky, stealing tourist's belongings, is it true?
The monkeys in Uluwatu temple live in the wild, they're always looking for food around the temple's area. They're cute but all visitors are advised to keep on their belongings safe such as the sunglasses, glasses, hat, cellphones, camera, handbag, etc, so as not to be stolen by monkeys.
Additionally, it is recommended to not bring snacks.
How do I book for the half day Uluwatu Morning Tour?
You can easily fill your details in the Book Now tab below to book the Uluwatu Morning Tour. You can also send us an email or at this page to book this tour, all tours that are available on our website have the ID, make sure to mention the ID when you book a day trip from us (The ID for Uluwatu Morning Tour is UMT-02).
How do I pay for the Uluwatu Tour?
We accept cash money at the present time, you could pay directly to our driver who comes along with you on this Uluwatu trip.
How do I cancel the booking of this Half Day Uluwatu Temple Bali Morning Tour?
You are free to cancel the booking of this Half Day Uluwatu Temple Bali Morning Tour with no cost, but you must notify us about the cancellation at least one day in advance by sending us an email or calling to our contact number.