Uluwatu Temple Kecak Dance and Dinner at Jimbaran Bay are a great combination tour in half day, which is recommended for you who have short holiday in Bali Island.
The tour will offer a lot of exciting and memorable experiences to you. Hence, you should do it before leaving the island.
For more detail about the tour, you can find out each thing to do below.
Watching Kecak Dance at Open Stage
Kecak Dance is usually showed in late afternoon exactly from 18.00 – 19.00.
The dance narrates Ramayana Story when Rama (a prince of Ayodhya) tries to save Sita (his wife) who is kidnapped by Rahwana (an Evil King from Alengka Kingdom).
In deliverance, Rama is helped by a white monkey warrior (Hanoman) with a troop of the monkeys (called Wanara).
The most amazing part in the dance is in a moment when the Hanuman does a surprising action by jumping in fire which makes the visitors cheer up.
Enjoying Seafood on Jimbaran Bay
After watching Kecak Dance, the tour will be continued to have a dinner at Jimbaran Bay where you can enjoy seafood in a great restaurant who is located on the coastal.
Enjoy seafood while seeing beautiful sunset and blue sky is a different experience that you may have there.
The seafood which you can try, namely: Lobster, Sea Prawn, Squid/Calamary, Fish & Chips, Mussel, River Prawn, Red Snapper, Garupa, White Snapper, Barakuda, King fish, Baronang, and Baramundi.
You can serve it with fresh juices (avocado, orange, lemon, pineapple, banana, and papaya) or cocktails namely: Margarita, Daiquiri, Tequila Sunrise, Screw Driver, and many mores.
So, do you want to do the Uluwatu Kecak Dance and Seafood Dinner Tour? Get a recommended driver below.