咸阳福利彩票中大奖 www.byfyzq.com.cn Traditional dance shows in Bali allow you to enjoy some of the island’s most alluring visual treats. There’s a good mix of dance and drama, with live performances mostly presented on dedicated stages and even purpose-built amphitheatres – some being part of restaurants offering cultural dinners. You can admire barong and kris performances, kecak dances, and eloquent legong and joged dancers in vivid costumes.
Shows are held regularly and some feature different line-ups of events throughout the week, adding to the variety of colourful highlights that you can appreciate on your next bookings. Keep these great restaurants and venues in check whenever you’re feeling peckish and wish to please that arts and culture buff in you.
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Uluwatu Temple is one of the best places on the island to admire Bali’s legendary dance-drama spectacles, known locally as kecak. It has an open amphitheatre run and performed by the local Pecatu villagers’ cultural cooperative. There are 2 kecak dance troupes performing at the Uluwatu amphitheatre, namely the Sekaa Tarian Kecak and Sekaa Tari Kecak Karang Boma dance and gamelan group.
The acapella performance involves over a dozen or more male performers dancing and rhythmically chanting, “chaak, chaak, chaak”, which gave the dance its name. Shows are held regularly around sunset and usually run for an hour. Read More...
- Opening Hours: Daily from 8am to 7pm
- Location: Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Pecatu, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Devdan is a 90-minute theatrical show that combines spectacular dance choreography and state-of-the-art lighting, audio and special effects. It tells of a boy and girl who decide to break away from their mundane tour group, only to stumble upon an enchanted treasure chest filled with various cultural objects from the different islands in the Indonesian archipelago – that’s where the shows subtitle, ‘Treasure of the Archipelago’ fits in.
Their adventure goes on from there, as each ‘discovery’ of an item from their treasure chest brings on a corresponding scene onto the stage, complete with acrobatics on the floor and even aerial silk dancers suspended from the ceiling. Read More...
- Location: Nusa Dua Theatre, ITDC Nusa Dua, Bali 80363, Indonesia
- Tel: +62 (0)361 770197
Bali Agung is a theatrical art performance at the Bali Theatre, a modern purpose-built indoor theatre at the Bali Safari & Marine Park in Gianyar. The performance is loosely based on a Balinese legend, and is brought alive through lively dance choreography, vibrant costumes, dramatic music compositions and state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems.
The unique aspect of the show is that it combines traditional and contemporary dances, traditional shadow puppetry using modern techniques – and features the animals of the Bali Safari Marine Park, such as birds and tigers, as co-stars of the show. Read More...
- Opening Hours: Tuesday–Sunday from 2.30pm to 3.30pm (closed on Mondays)
- Location: Bali Safari & Marine Park, Jalan Profesor Doktor Ida Bagus Mantra, Km.19,8, Serongga, Gianyar, Bali 80551, Indonesia
- Tel: +62 (0)361 751300
The Agung Rai (ARMA) Museum & Resort in Ubud features an open stage where Balinese performing arts are showcased weekly. Each of these performances are available with dinner options. Performances include a variant of the kecak, performed every evening of a full moon or new moon.
The satyabrastha, a dance drama is held every Saturday and legong is performed every Sunday by the Peliatan dance troupe. Wayang wong, a mime-like dance, is every Monday at 19:00, and a similar dance topeng jimat, is performed every Wednesday by ARMA’s own troupe. A barong and kris dance is shown every Friday by the Lodtunduh troupe, and a variant of the legong, known as legong telek, is performed every Tuesday. Read More...
- Location: Jalan Raya Pengosekan, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
- Tel: +62 (0)361 975742
Kampoeng Bali is an open-air restaurant located at the RIMBA Jimbaran Bali By AYANA with views overlooking tranquil water features and green rice paddies. The name of the restaurant translates to ‘Balinese Village’ which aptly describes just what the venue has been designed to deliver: an authentic experience in a traditional Balinese village, complete with a dramatic live kecak fire dance performances.
The venue presents a grand buffet complete with live cooking stations with a wide variety of local dishes, including whole spit-roast babi guling. As Kampoeng Bali is an open-air venue, during the rainy season, which usually takes place between October and March, dinners are alternatively hosted at the resort’s Padi Restaurant. Read More...
- Opening Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 6pm (closed on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays)
- Location: RIMBA Jimbaran Bali by AYANA, Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran, Bali 80364, Indonesia
- Tel: +62 (0)361 846 8468
The Bali Zoo’s Night at the Zoo program lets you enjoy a wild nocturnal adventure complete with a dinner and show. Your evening at the zoo starts off with elephant feeding and a petting and photo session with tame animals, and even a freshwater crocodile. The tour then continues with a stunning fire dance before you proceed to enjoy your set-menu dinner.
The zoo’s Wana Restaurant, Lounge and Bar serves up great Indonesian selections as well as a western-inspired menu, and you can sit down in an alfresco setting under the stars right next to a lion family's enclosure. The Night at the Zoo starts nightly from 6pm to 9.30pm. Read More...
- Location: Bali Zoo, Jalan Raya Singapadu, Singapadu, Sukawati, Gianyar, Bali 80582
- Tel: +62 (0)361 294357
Bebek Tepi Sawah offers an alfresco dining experience in rustic Balinese pavilions set amid rice fields. Open for lunch and dinner, the best experience is in the evening when oil torches along rice field paths are lit and nature sounds blend well with the flowing live music of traditional bamboo gamelan.
Around the restaurant’s main foyer, diners are treated to free nightly performances of Balinese dancers performing the fun-to-watch joged bumbung dance and be prepared as you will occasionally be invited to partake in some expressive dance moves. It serves as a fun and interactive way to spend an evening with a relaxed natural ambience just outside the main Ubud proper. Read More...
- Opening Hours: Daily from 11am to 10pm
- Location: Jalan Raya Goa Gajah, Banjar Teges, Peliatan, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
- Tel: +62 (0)361 975 656
Laka Leke offers an enriching dining experience with its regular cultural shows with a weekly roster of different kinds of Balinese dances. The restaurant features an outdoor setting with Balinese style thatch-roofed pavilions set around rice paddies. Their regular dance nights includes a buffet with chiefly Indonesian cuisine, while an a la carte menu offers speciality selections such as nasi campur mixed rice platter, signature crispy fried duck and satay varieties.
Kecak dance performs on Mondays, and the barong and kris dance is featured on Wednesdays. On Thursdays, there’s fun and interactive joged, while Saturdays show the amusing ‘frog dance’ performed by Balinese kids. Afternoon arts and craft workshops let you learn woodcarving, kite making, bamboo weaving and gamelan. Read More...
- Opening Hours: Daily from 9am to 11pm
- Location: Jalan Nyuh Bojog No.32, Mas, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
- Tel: +62 (0)361 977565
Café Lotus Ubud
Lotus Café overlooks the lotus pond and amphitheatre of Ubud’s Taman Saraswati Temple. Performances start around 7.30pm, with the weekly line-up: Mondays present the joged dance with bamboo orchestral accompaniments; Tuesdays its legong with a ladies’ orchestra, Wednesdays the Ramayana ballet, Thursdays the barong dance, Saturdays the legong with a men’s orchestra and Sundays presents a Balinese theatrical drama.
The front row tables beside the lotus pond provide best views but are available with an extra ticket purchase and a minimum charge for food and beverages. A la carte selections include Italian and fusion cuisine, as well as local Balinese delights such as ayam betutu slow-roast chicken and bakso ikan fish meatball soup.
- Opening Hours: Daily from 9.30am to 10.30pm
- Location: Jalan Raya Ubud, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
- Tel: +62 (0)361 975660