Uluwatu Temple is fantastic, monkeys everywhere but be careful, they will grab your bags or your glasses. A very spiritual place with magnificent views and the best sunset I’ve ever seen in my life. Your driver can take you there. The approximate travel time is 1.5 hours depending on where you are going from and

We got to the temple just in time for the performance as well as to see the cheeky monkeys steal something from another visitor. We watched the Kecak dance which was brilliant, although was repeatedly interrupted by others moving around and leaving part way through the performance. Well worth a visit. Stunning backdrop. Natalie C

Absolutely brilliant temple built on so many levels and borders the cliff overlooking the sea. Picturesque and serene. Definitely head over here if you have a couple of hours to spare. Be sure to get here a few hours before 7pm as once the time is up, the staff make sure everyone leaves the temple

This vast temple area is a lovely visit walking in the area admiring the views, calming down. There can be quite a few tourists there and the cheeky monkeys know it too! Don’t let them grab your sunglasses, water bottles or other valuables. Respect the nature around you and enjoy! Essi N Helsinki, Finland

We visited Uluwatu Temple while staying in Seminyak which was about a 45 minute drive. I would recommend going first thing in the morning to avoid crowds, however I did hear that the sunset is beautiful from this spot and that you can see a traditional dance in the late afternoon so it would depend