Experience the best sundown spot in Bali on a visit to Uluwatu Temple, a Balinese temple to the sea gods with a commanding view of the Indian Ocean. Part of a series of temples built to protect the island from evil spirits, today its cliff side location is the permanent home to a family of friendly monkeys.Once night falls and you have seen the colors of the sunset, experience one of the island’s most famous cultural performances at a Kecak and Fire Dance. Watch the locals act out a scene from the Ramayana with a mesmerizing trance chant, punctuated by exciting fire dances by performers in intricate costumes.
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Uluwatu temple is 13th century old temple that build by Priest name Mpu Kuturan. Location 100m height from the cliffs makes this temple looks gorgeous. Surround by forest that live by long tail monkey which sometimes naughty to visitor. Most visitor come to this temple during sunset time while watching the most famous traditional dance called Kecak dance.
Bali Kecak and Fire Dance Performance Not known exactly where Kecak dance originated and which was first developed, but there are some kind of agreement on the Balinese Kecak was first developed into a performing arts in the village of Bona, Gianyar, as additional knowledge Kecak was originally a song or music that is resultant from a combination sounds that make up melodies that are usually used to accompany the sacred dance Sanghyang. And can only be staged in the temple. Then in the early 1930s by artists from the village of Bona, Gianyar trying to develop a Kecak dance by taking the story of Ramayana who danced as a substitute for Sanghyang Dance so this dance could eventually be displayed in public as a performance art. Part of the Ramayana story in which the first is taken as Goddess Sita was abducted by King Ravana.
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