Pura Luhur Uluwatu is a famous cliff-hanging temple that clings to the southernmost tip of Bali on the Bukit Peninsula. With sheer cliff faces falling 70m directly onto the pounding surf of the Indian Ocean, the dramatic surroundings of this temple are only heightened at sunset by the nightly Kecak dance. Uluwatu Temple dates back to the 11th century and is situated at the Island’s end to protect it from evil spirits. Made from black coral rock, the tiered shape of the sea temple has a dramatic contrast against its precarious location and creates the most amazing silhouette at sunset. Access to the inner temple is for Hindu worshippers only, and you’ll need to dress in respectful attire when you visit. Another unusual attribute of Uluwatu Temple is its animal inhabitants. The grounds of the temple are home to a troop of mischievous monkeys and warning signs abound to ensure you keep your belongings safe and away from swift simian hands. But really, this site is all about the view. Sunset is best admired from two vantage points to the north and south of the temple. The Kecak or monkey dance is also performed nightly between 6 and 7pm at the temple courtyard. From Uluwatu we drive to Jimbaran Beach for dinner. Enjoy fresh seafood from the catch of the day such as fish, prawns, crabs, squid and mussels. All grilled seafood is served with rice, vegetables and special Balinese sauces.