ULUWATU – KECAK DANCE – SEAFOOD DINNER
Duration: Approx 6 Hours
Rate: 1-3 Persons US$ 35 • 4-6 Persons US$ 40
ULUWALTU (Pura Ulawatuis)
Uluwaltu is one of Bali’s six directional temples and is the temples only site of significance. More remarkable than the temple itself is its location, perched on a steep cliff 70 meters above the roaring ocean waves. There are more steep headlands on either side, and sunsets over Uluwatu are a sight to behold. Note: while you are free to walk around the edges of the temple, the central courts can only be entered during special rituals. The temple is inhabited by large number of monkeys. Keep a very close grip on all your belongings and stow away your eyeglasses if at all possible.
KECAK AND FIRE DANCE PERFORMANCE
Kecak Dance is a spectacular traditional dance with the group of people playing this dance with fire game. Is a dance performance we will visit on Uluwatu Tour. It is very exciting and unique dance due to the sound of gamelan is not using the normal gamelan but use their mouth. The dancers make the compact choir with the exquisite dance movement that is one of this dance features. Kecak dance performance presents the dance as an introduction to the story a fragment from the Ramayana, the Hindu epic which finds its expression in many forms, not only in dance, but also in painting and carving.
SEAFOOD DINNER AT JIMBARAN BAY
Jimbaran Bay Beach is a beautiful beach located in the southern part of Bali with white sand unfolding along the coastal. The last stop during Uluwatu Tour is visit this restaurant for having fresh seafood dinner. There are plenty of cafes offer delicious of seafood dinner with breathtaking view of Indian Ocean . It is served right on the beach with beautiful table set up apposite to the ocean. The chefs fire up their outside kitchens and prepare their menus of fresh seafood. The chef have special recipe make the food more delicious and will make you want again.