Uluwatu is a temple sanctified by Hindus. Pretend it's on Uluwatu cliff, with heights I don't know yet. To enter the elevated viewing area, each visitor is obliged to wear an orange cloth strapped around the waist. However, for tourists wearing pants or skirts above their knees, his law is required to wear purple cloth to cover the passage, intended to honor and preserve courtesy, for this includes Hindu houses of worship. She said although this temple is also at 6:00 p.m, a little dance followed by 70 people. Anyway, this place suits you who want to enjoy the sunset to the island of the gods' cultural dance.