Uluwatu is a charming tourist attraction which is located in the village of Pecatu, district of Kuta, Badung located at the Southwestern tip of Bali Island and towards the Indian Ocean. In this resort stands a temple firmly on a stiff coral reef that juts into the sea. Visitors can enjoy the breadth of the Indian Ocean and a blast wave that hit the foot of the cliff Uluwatu. Visitors also can find wild monkeys which sometimes take items such as hats or visitors earrings and to get the goods back, both the monkey and the visitor exchange it with some food. During the afternoon, visitors can enjoy a beautiful sunset and watch the typical Balinese dance performances, namely Kecak dance. In addition, this Uluwatu Temple saves a lot of historical development of Hinduism in Bali.