Bali Half Day Tour - Uluwatu Temple Sunset, Kecak Fire Dance, Jimbaran Dinner


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4 reviews   (4.75)

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Pricing Info: Per Person

Duration: 7 hours

Departs: bali, indonesia

TicketType: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

Up to 24 hours in advance.

Overview

Uluwatu temple, and Kecak fire dance dinner is the exciting short trips to visit the famous tourist destination object in Bali. A short trips through the top sights of Bali will be an experience wort cherishing a life time . The mystic at t aura surrounding this charming land come from the many hindu themple located on the shouter part of the island explore the Uluwatu sunset< Kecak fire dance and having dinner at the beach of Jimbaran bay


What's Included

All entrance Fee

Cold Mineral Water

English Speaking Driver cum Guide

Fuel Gasoline / Petrol

Indonesian food / Seafood Dinner

Insurance Coverage

Private Air – Conditioner Hotel Transfer

Private transportation


Traveler Information

  • ADULT: Age: 12 - 70

Additional Info

  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Transportation options are wheelchair accessible

Cancellation Policy


What To Expect

Uluwatu Temple
Tour start with travel by fully air – conditioner car through the village, countryside and first we take you to Uluwatu Temple or Pura luwatu one of the six temple believed to be Bali’s spiritual pillars, is renowned for its magnificent location perched on the top of a steep cliff approximately 70 meters above sea level. This temple also shares the splendid sunset, Pura Luhur Uluwatu is definitely one of the top place on the island to go to for sunset delights.

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

Kecak and Fire Dance
After exploring the temple and watching the sunset, experience one of Bali,s most famous culture performance, the Kecak and Fire dance. Watch the Balinese act out a scene from the Ramayana with mesmerizing trance chant, punctuated by exciting fire dance by performance in intricate costumes. An unforgettable evening of Balines culture that the whole family can enjoy.

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

Jimbaran Beach
After watching the Dance the tour ending by having Seafood dinner at Jimbaran beach offer you delicious grilled seafood serving Balinese menu. The whole beach barbeque atmosphere is also aided by fact each café cook its seafood over huge grills fired with coconut husk, generating tremendous heat.welcome to jimbaran seafood grilled. Jimbaran Seafood dinner menu : Balinese soup, Snaper, Prawn, mussel, vegetable ( Balinese Kangkung ), Mineral Water , Mix Fruits ( Dessert )

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Included


Reviews

A definite must!
Shereen D, 23-09-2022
My husband and I really enjoyed the Uluwatu temple and Kecak fire dance. The dinner was so
fresh and yummy. Thank you Dewa for such an amazing experience. The best tour guide!
A Complete Evening of Entertainment and Romance.
alfredbw0ng, 30-09-2019
We were picked up from our hotel by our driver, Nova. He was both professional and knowledgable about the Balinese culture so we were able to ask a lot of questions during the ride to the temple.

The temple was a spectacular sight. Situated on the cliff top we were able to take many photos. The dance took place at 6 near sunset. It was captivating to watch both dancers and singers.

The dinner at Jimbaran Bay gave me mixed feelings of enjoying a meal near the shoreline, but the meal being a little too cold. The meal had corn soup, fish, clam, scallop skewers, veggies, rice, and shrimp.

What I enjoyed about booking with this tour was that everything was planned ahead, and our guide let us enjoy the trip at our own pace.
Reliable Team
KevinL3176, 17-04-2019
Thanks for the team(Agung, Made, Dewa) for their professional experience. Very sincere to help even not in the package, keep up the good job guys, definitely will use back their services next time I visit Bali!
Great tour guide, temple, and dance. Skip the dinner.
kellylmcm, 11-09-2019
Gusti was a great tour guide. Very friendly and knowledgeable. He had lots of interesting facts and stories and speaks English very well. The ride was comfortable and we enjoyed the tour of the temple. It is a beautiful place.

However, Beware of the monkeys!!!
They Will take your belongings right out of your hands. We saw a monkey take two phones, snatched right out of someone's hands. Sunglasses and hats taken of people's heads. A flip flop taken off a girl's foot (while she was standing!!) Don't carry a water bottle. Don't look them in the eye. Seriously. They take things, and then chew it up. We watched one monkey eating the seat cushion of a motor bike.

The Kecak dance is really cool. Make sure you read the story on the print out that they hand you, while you are waiting for it to begin so that you understand what is happening. Then follow along as the dance plays out. It was quite entertaining. The sunset over the ocean is a beautiful background, although it was annoying that people got up in the middle of the performance to take photos of the sun setting (I assume) or go to the bathroom.

Tips: I brought a hand fan which was key for blocking the sun on my face before the sun went down since the audience faces the ocean (and sun). I also brought an extra sarong to sit on because the bleacher seats are wood.

The dinner... Never felt so American as we did when they brought us a whole fried fish. Head and tail and all. So we didn't eat much! The ambience is just ok. It's a plastic patio table and chairs with a table cloth... At least at the place we ate. The whole beach is restaurants set up in the same way. It appeared that some spots are nicer than others.

Just book the tour option that doesn't include the dinner because it's not worth it. (Dinner was a tiny welcome drink of some kind of tea or lemonade type drink, then a broth / corn soup, then the seafood BBQ, and a few pieces of sliced fruit for dessert.) If you want to eat "on the beach, under the stars" just pack a picnic basket and do that on your own.




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