If there is only one place to go in Bali, I would recommend Valentine's Cliff, also known as Uruwatu Cliff. The world is old, the sea is dry and the rocks are rotten, we stay together forever and fly together with each other. Any expression of love to death can not be overused to describe the Valentine's Cliff, which is located on the southwest coast of Bali, a romantic and sentimental love story: a long time ago, there was a young man and woman who loved each other but was blocked by their parents, and they jumped into the sea together to die. It takes nearly an hour to charter from the Nusa Duwa Beach Hotel area where you live. This sea area has steep cliffs, blue sky, rough waves, such as dreams, everything is so beautiful and unreal, climbing the observation platform, the cliff is invincible sea view, looking at the vast sea in the name of love, adding a sense of sadness and beauty. Valentine's Cliff Ticket 30,000 RP, equivalent to 15 yuan, inside the Uruwatu Temple is the oldest and most historic temple in Bali, but also the best place to watch the cliff. Wearing knee-length shorts and skirts is not allowed to enter the temple, the scenic area door free of charge to provide a yarn cage around the lower body, you can also tie a yellow belt. When walking, we should pay attention to the sacrificial articles on the road. We must not trample on them. The scenic area is very green, and there are often monkeys, which are quite fierce. It's better not to carry plastic bags or food in open bags, nor to pick up pockets in front of monkeys, especially to carry bags and cameras in your hands. Valentine's Cliff has a long trestle and viewing platform. Pay attention to the logo, and you can see the beauty of the cliff from different angles. The best time to go is before sunset, at 6 p.m. on the top of the cliff, there is kecak dance performance. The scene is grand, romantic and bizarre, with strong religious flavor. After buying tickets, you can enjoy it freely. The most romantic thing I can think of is sitting with you on the edge of a lover's cliff covered with sunset, watching Bali's traditional dance, listening to the thunderous clapping of the shore, hoping that time will slow down infinitely at this moment.