Karang Boma Cliff
Are you familiar with the Boma Cliff Reef? This location is not yet well-known, but it is beginning to attract tourists. The magnificent and spectacular panoramic views make it a new tourist destination that is generating a lot of buzz on social media.
Karang Boma Cliff, located in the Uluwatu district of South Bali, offers natural views of the sea and beaches from the top of high coral cliffs. The beauty that is shown in front of your eyes makes it an instagramable site, presenting wonderful selfie spots.
Locals call the Karang Boma Cliff tourist attraction Tanjung Mebulu because the hill with high cliffs is in the shape of a promontory called Tanjung Mebulu, and the term Karang Boma comes from the name of a temple in the region named Pura Boma Reef Peak.
The location is directly at the foot of the island of Bali when viewed on a map of the island of Bali. Specifically, at Pecatu village, Badung district, south Kuta, near to and in the same direction as the Uluwatu tourist attraction,
Located in the South of Uluwatu, just around the corner from Nyang Nyang Beach, Karang Boma Cliff has become a super famous sunset spot in Bali.
There are signs on the main road pointing to the turning for Karang Boma. Simply follow the map until you hit the signs and head through the bushes to get there.
Best Time to Visit
The dry season on Bali, which runs from April to October, is the greatest time to visit. The optimal time to visit Karang Boma Cliff, on the other hand, is determined by what you want to see and do. Sunrise is an excellent alternative if you prefer a much smaller crowd or none at all.
If you’re not a morning person, the view is also incredibly stunning during the golden hour before the sun sets. Karang Boma Cliff has earned a reputation as one of Uluwatu’s top sunset viewing locations.
Uluwatu Temple may be seen on the pinnacle of a nearby cliff in the distance, while the limestone cliffs of Karang Boma Uluwatu rise high above a magnificent coral below. You can stroll out to the extreme edge of Uluwatu Cliff, but you must do so at your own risk.
Please be cautious when exploring this place because there is a 100-meter drop to the seashore. Visiting Karang Boma is an amazing experience, and seeing the panoramic views of the Bali Sea is what makes this location so special.
The forest region in the Uluwatu temple area is inhabited by wild monkeys, as is the forest area in Karang Boma Cliff, which is located in one location, thus it is vital to take proper care of your luggage so that it is not kidnapped by monkeys. Spectacular natural vistas, steep cliffs above the sea, an expanse of blue sea, and stunning cliff tops await you at this tourist attraction.
Visitors who are brave enough to face their fears and are not afraid of heights will find a particular spot for selfie shots at the top of Tanjung Mebulu’s Karang Boma Cliff.
Old Karang Boma Temple
There is an old temple that still stands strong
Still in the same area as Karang Boma Cliff, you can see a temple building that is no longer used for Hindu worship activities. This can be seen from the atmosphere of the temple which looks deserted, and only a few residents are seen coming to clean the temple area. The building of this temple is still in good condition because there are no visible ruins or traces of redevelopment for renovation. The design of the building style taken is quite interesting, with a roof blend that emphasizes classic and traditional styles.
But unfortunately, general tourists are not allowed to enter the temple area. There is no definite reason for this, but for the sake of respecting the rules of the local people, then never break this one rule.
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