As the sun is about to set, Uluwatu temple is one of the best place to be. With its dramatic view towards the shimmering Indian Ocean, at the end of the day with the chanting of Kecak dancers, followed by one of a kind dinner, it is an experience to never forget.
Your Hotel in South Bali
Approximately 03.00 pm
A very different combination of nature and culture ending with traditional Kecak dance performance.
Our guide will pick you up at 3.00pm at your hotel and drive towards the Uluwatu Temple, which is one of Bali’s nine key directional temples. Admire the beauty and the dramatic view from this temple that perched approximately 100 meters above the sea level overlooking the beautiful Indian Ocean. The temple is surrounded by a small forest of Alas Kekeran, inhabited by hundreds of monkeys, who are believed to guard the temple from bad influences.
Around 6.00pm, it is time to sit nearby the stage while the sun is setting in the background, to enjoy the Kecak Dance performance. Accompanied by the chanting of around 50 male dancers, this popular Balinese dance tells the mythical love story of Rama and Shinta, through elaborate costumes, hypnotic chants and a fiery finale.
You will be transported back to your hotel after the performance.