Bali Sunset Kecak Dance Uluwatu and Jimbaran Seafood Dinner with Japanese Speaking Guide
Admire the Kecak Dance performance at Uluwatu Temple and Indulge the delicious seafood dish at Jimbaran Seafood
Let’s Get to Know Balinese Traditional Dance, Kecak Dance!
The Kecak Dance is a traditional dance that can be enjoyed by men and women of all ages. Here you can see Balinese traditional fire dance “Kecak Dance” with the background of a historical statue of the god Wisnu, and beautiful sunset from Uluwatu Temple. Kecak dance is not only fun to watch the movement of the dance, but also the story itself is worth seeing.
Located in the southwestern part of Bali, let’s enjoy the culture and traditions of Bali. It perched on the edge of a cliff, 97 meters above sea level and set against the view of mighty Indian Ocean. The dramatic Kecak Fire Dance starts as the sun drops. More than a hundred bare-chested men chanting noise of “cak-cak-cak” while swaying their bodies and waving their hands. Above all, the scene where the white monkey Hanuman caught by the Demon King gang runs around in the flames and escapes is the best highlight. It is a popular scene with a powerful scene that makes you feel breathtaking.
After enjoying the show, move to Jimbaran and spoil your tummy with a seafood set dinner. Overlooking the beach that looks great with hundreds of tables set up on the sand. Enjoy your meal with memorable beach nightscape! The tour price includes a Japanese-speaking guide, entrance fees, dinner at Jimbaran Seafood, and round-trip transport from your hotel in selected areas.
Kecak dance is a fascinating Balinese dance. Immerse yourself in the exotic mood with the setting sun
Food enthusiasts will discover a set of freshest seafood overlooking the sea
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