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Uluwatu Kecak Dance & Jimbaran Seafood Dinner

Set on the cliffs which drop sharply into the sea, the Uluwatu Temple is an unbelievable sight, perched on a precariously narrow cliff, 50 meters above the Indian Ocean pounding the rocks below. To give its full name, the Pura Luhur Uluwatu means” the temple above the final stone” which couldn’t be nearer to the truth, as it hangs right over the abyss.

Then join to see the famous Kecak Dance at the nearby area of Uluwatu Temple.
The chorus consists of up to 70 men sitting in concentric circles, around an oil lamp, clapping and shouting as one being. Their slow chant begins with a cak-cak-cak sound, resembling the monosyllabic chattering of monkeys. This is no coincidence as the story behind the dance involves Sugriwa, king of the monkeys and his loyal army. The dance takes about an hour, with the ocean as the backdrop.

Drive down to Jimbaran, enjoy a seafood dinner at one of the restaurants near the beach.

Jimbaran is a fishing village and now is a popular tourist resort in Bali, especially well-known for their beach seafood restaurants. Diners could also select seafood they wish to have fo dinner, and it’s immediately prepared, generally grilled over a fire of coconut husks rather than charcoal.

Duration: 16:30-21:00