Muse: Cliff of Uluwatu, Bali


View of beautiful cliff that is not just musing me, but also tourists, domestic or foreign. This cliff is located in the South Kuta, Badung regency, about 30 minutes from the International Ngurah Rai airport.

I took this photo from the inner area of one of the oldest temple in Bali, Uluwatu temple that is located on a cliff edge, built by a holly Javanese-Hindu priest Mpu Kuturan in the 10th century.


This area is famous with their local habitants, the monkeys. The above photo shows foreign tourists interact with them. They used to be wild, doing naughty thing, like snatched people’s belonging or food. Don’t get me wrong, but I’m not talking about the tourists. It’s the monkeys.
They become tamer and friendlier, since the local authority took a more seriously caring to these animals: gives them enough food (banana and other fruits), even made a swimming pool for them to refresh themselves from the heating weather.

Posted to join the DP Photo Challenge: Muse

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