The 1970's film Morning of the Earth put Uluwatu on the surf map. It started the legendary pilgrimage for surfers all around the world.
Uluwatu has changed a lot since those days. There is now roads, electricity and some very beautiful resorts to stay in. Although Uluwatu, the wave, has stay exactly the same.
Uluwatu actually consists of a number of breaks located at the Southwest tip of the Bukit. The breaks include Temples, Racetrack, The Peak, Outside Corner and The Bombie.
Due to its position and the number of breaks, Uluwatu picks up a lot of swell and can handle a large crowd, which it often does. Depending on the tide and the swell, any of its breaks could be pumping at any given time during the day.
Unfolding in a seemingly impossible design, the luxury Anantara Uluwatu Resort cascades dramaticly down the cliff-side rolling into the Indian Ocean at right in front of the legendary Impossibles.
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