Absorb the sacred splendor of Uluwatu Temple in the southern part of Bali. This tour will bring you to see the extraordinary architecture of Bali Uluwatu temple with sunset backdrop and enjoy Kecak Fire dance performance. The Kecak Fire Dance is one of the most iconic art performances in Bali, which takes place at a clifftop amphitheatre near Uluwatu Temple. The tiered concrete seating surrounds the sunken centrepiece stage offers magnificent views of the Indian Ocean. After the sun has set, you will head to Jimbaran Bay to feast on an Indonesian seafood dinner as you face the ocean (at your own expanses).
Places of interest to visit :
Uluwatu Temple ‣ This ancient temple is located not far from Kuta on the southwestern tip of Bali, perched on a towering beach cliff. At the Uluwatu Temple, one of the temples of the nine direction in Bali, the Ganesha statue welcomes visitors who come to enjoy spectacular views, observe the behavior of wild monkeys, or watch traditional Balinese dances at sunset. Uluwatu is among the most popular of more than 1,000 temples in Bali. Night tours to Uluwatu Temple are often combined with fresh seafood dinners on Jimbaran Beach.
Kecak Fire dance ‣ Kecak & Fire Dance is a traditional dance of Bali. The dance was developed in the 1930s, performed by 40 to 50 dancers. It is about Sri Rama, prince of the Ayodya kingdom, who was sent into exile by his father King Dasaratha following an evil trick by his stepmother Kaikeyi.
Jimbaran Bay ‣ Jimbaran Bay is another beautiful place to visit during your holiday in Bali. Located on two adjacent beaches namely Kedonganan Beach and Jimbaran Beach in the southern part of Bali Island, Jimbaran Bay has its own charm. Enjoying seafood with sunset in Jimbaran Bay can be a romantic thing to do that you can not do elsewhere.