The Temple Lodge dominates the blue crystal water of Bingin Beach, one of the most famous surf spots of Bali and its 7 rooms fit perfectly in the context of the island; is located in the very peaceful area of Bingin, in the west of Bukit. The accommodation is a famous resort full of particular details that will make your stay more comfortable than your expectations.
All the rooms are double en-suite with an amazing view, ceiling fan, strong wi-fi, some with private terrace and lounge area and private pool for a very luxury and exclusive stay in Bali.
Uluwatu is a place on the south-western tip of the Bukit Peninsula of Bali It is home to the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple.
The name Uluwatu comes from ulu, meaning ‘lands end’, and watu, meaning ‘rock’. This is an area of peace, beauty, and world-class wave that still maintains the chilled Balinese vibes you can rarely find nowadays around the island, being also home to the most beautiful beaches in Bali like Bingin, Dreamland, Padang Padang, Nyan Nyan, and many more.
Uluwatu still has an untouched feel about it, despite being a popular destination in Bali, you still feel like you have your own space and it’s a little more relaxed.
From magnificent mountains to rugged coastlines to volcanic hillsides to black sandy beaches, it’s no surprise Bali is known as the Island of the Gods. Located between Java and Lombok island, Bali boasts a rich and diverse culture that’s quite peculiar.
The Balinese architecture is no less prominent with the island housing thousands of Hindu temples in every nook and cranny. The predominantly Hindu culture is certainly a rare form in the Muslim-dominated country of Indonesia.
It was in the late 1970s that a flock of hippies went on to explore this beautiful island, especially the beaches of Kuta that attracted many surfers. You’ll be amazed to see how the city still retains its purification rituals by priests in white as well as the gracious use of natural materials like bamboo and coconut wood for architectural work and many other purposes.