Not only popular as for a sunset viewing point, Uluwatu Temple is also well-known as a traditional dance staging spot, that’s Kecak and Fire Dance.
Have you known about the dance? It narrates about Ramayana’s story;
the heroism of Rama (Ayodyha’s Prince) with Wanara (the troopers of monkey) to redeem Sitha (his wife) who is kidnapped by Rahwana (the Evil Giant King).
For more detail, you can find out it about Synopsis of Uluwatu Kecak and Fire Dance.
The Kecak and Fire Dance is staged in open stage not far temple area, it start from 18.00 – 19.00.
The stage is so wide and can accommodate for 1.400 audiences. Even though, you are advised to come earlier in order not to run out of ticket.
For getting the ticket, you must arrive at 17.00 as opening hours of the ticket locker. In this year, the ticket of Kecak and Fire Dance is priced at IDR 100.000.
The price may changes at any time, you can always check about updated information on us.
After having the ticket, you can wait the staging while walking around the temple area before getting the stage.
If you only want to watch Kecak and Fire Dance, you can wear modest clothes such as: a casual t-shirt and along pant.
Otherwise, you are required to wear a sarong (Balinese clothes) and a shawl as dress code to enter into the temple area.
Before visiting, read also Prohibitions When Visiting Uluwatu Temple.