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Uluwatu Sunset Kecak Dance & Jimbaran Seafood Dinner

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Denpasar, Indonesia

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icon4 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English and 1 more

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Face masks required for travelers in public areas
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Overview

Watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean and enjoy an alfresco seafood dinner on the beach during this Bali evening tour. Visit Uluwatu Temple (Uluwatu Pura), perched dramatically on top of a coastal cliff, and watch a performance of ‘Kecak,’ a traditional dance. Then head to Jimbaran Bay for a barbecue dinner of fish, prawns, and other seafood. This tour is limited to six people to provide a more personalized experience. Hotel pickup is included from major hotel areas.
  • Bukit Peninsula evening tour
  • See the sun set over the Indian Ocean from Uluwatu Temple, perched on a picturesque cliff
  • Watch the graceful movements of Balinese dancers during a traditional Kecak performance
  • Take part in a beachside BBQ dinner in Jimbaran Bay
  • Round-trip transport included from Kuta, Sanur, and Nusa Dua area hotels
  • Small-group tour limited to six people ensures a personalized experience
Your evening Bali tour starts with the drive to Uluwatu Temple, which sits on top of the 300-foot (90-meer) cliffs that line the Bukit Peninsula on the southern end of the island. Dating back to the 10th century, the temple is one of the most revered by the people of Bali.

As the sun sets, enjoy the stunning ocean views and watch a performance of kecak, with traditional Balinese dancing and chanting around a fire. When the dance is over, head to Jimbaran Bay, where a wide stretch of white-sand beach is the setting for your seafood barbecue dinner under the night sky. Indulge in grilled fish, prawns, clams and squid, served with spinach, rice and a spicy Indonesian sauce called sambal.

After dinner, your tour ends with hotel drop-off.
Itinerary
Stop At:  
Uluwatu Temple
After hotel pickup by your guide, you’re driven along the winding shoreline to Uluwatu Temple, located among the southern cliffs of the Bukit Peninsula, whose dramatic precipices rise almost 330 feet (100 meters) from the Indian Ocean. Majestically perched on the edge of a steep promontory, the small temple dates back to the 10th century and is counted among six temples most revered by the Balinese people.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Uluwatu Kecak & Fire Dance
With a beautiful ocean sunset as your backdrop, enjoy a kecak dance with traditional Balinese movements and chants performed in a circle around a blazing torch.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Jimbaran Bay
Afterward, continue on to an expansive beach in Jimbaran Bay for a delicious barbecue dinner. Dine under the stars as you’re served a seafood platter including prawns, grilled fish, squid and clams, accompanied by rice, spinach and sambal (spicy Indonesian sauce).
Duration: 2 hours 
Admission Ticket Included
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Uluwatu Sunset Kecak Dance & Jimbaran Seafood Dinner?
A:
The policies on face masks and attendee health are:

  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
See all safety measures taken by Uluwatu Sunset Kecak Dance & Jimbaran Seafood Dinner.
Q:
What is the policy on sanitization during Uluwatu Sunset Kecak Dance & Jimbaran Seafood Dinner?
A:
The policies on sanitization are:

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
See all safety measures taken by Uluwatu Sunset Kecak Dance & Jimbaran Seafood Dinner.
Q:
What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Uluwatu Sunset Kecak Dance & Jimbaran Seafood Dinner?
A:
The policy on staff health & safety is:

  • Regular temperature checks for staff
See all safety measures taken by Uluwatu Sunset Kecak Dance & Jimbaran Seafood Dinner.
Q:
What is the maximum group size during Uluwatu Sunset Kecak Dance & Jimbaran Seafood Dinner?
A:
This activity will have a maximum of 9 travelers.

See all safety measures taken by Uluwatu Sunset Kecak Dance & Jimbaran Seafood Dinner.

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It was boring
Safari44013931537
, Feb 2019
This tour was terrible and boring. The only thing we like was the view of the cliff besides the food on the beach.
star-5
Amazing seafood dinner by the beach
michaelhwee
, Jul 2018
The culture show was so-so. They packed as many tourists as possible. People sat even on the floor because so crowded. There are fake security guys out there. Watch out for it. They looked for single attractive girl/woman and do selected search through their purse and backpack. Seafood dinner by the beach was excellent. Food is excellent. Even local music band going around table to table singing songs. You have to pay them. If you paid them too little, they'll tell you.
star-4
This tour was good! Totally worth...
Kendall J
, Jun 2018
This tour was good! Totally worth the views of the cliff and the amazing photo opportunities. There was a lot of extra time hanging around before heading into the show. I had gone to Bali during the rainy season so we didn't get to see the beautiful sunsets, but this night was rather clear, no clouds, and I walked away from the show to see the sunset. The show is interesting, it tells a story and you have a handout in English explaining the show. After the show you can take pictures with the cast members. The dinner was a massive seafood dinner on the beach. It was really nice change of pace. I believe all we paid extra was for alcoholic drinks.
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This tour is pretty much as...
Eben F
, Apr 2018
This tour is pretty much as advertised. Gave it only a 3 star because the Kecak Show is a somewhat boring 60 minutes of native dancers saying kecak over and over while about 600 visitors are crammed into tight concrete stadium type seats. 20 minutes would have been enough. The views from the Uluwatu Cliff location are awesome. We didn't have much of a sunset that night. Then its about an hour drive to the seafood dinner on the beach at Jimbaran Bay. It was a small local restaurant with folding tables and chairs actually on the beach. The dinner was a mixture of shrimp, lobster and fish fillet. Ok, but nothing remarkable. While the tour is listed as a 3pm pick up time which it was and a 4 hour duration which would put it at 7pm back at the hotel, we didn't get to dinner until about 8pm and then back to the hotel about 9:30....important information for those who have alternative plans.
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My overall rating is only 2 star as...
Stephen L
, Apr 2018
My overall rating is only 2 star as the temple and show were quite different to what I was expecting. The cliff views were spectacular and the highlight of the night. The show was very cultural, but not my cup of tea, and was too long. The seafood dinner at Jimbaran should have been the highlight of the night with the beautiful beach location of the restaurant. When we were told what we were getting we were very happy but we were disappointed with the food being overcooked and smothered in spicy sauces which was not to our liking.
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Worst tour ever! Driver of hell...
Julene v
, Jan 2018
Worst tour ever! Driver of hell. Almost had 2 accidents. Drive into onxoming traffic almost had head on with amother car. Drove almost a lady with 3 children a baby off her bike. Will defnitelly not recommend this tour unless want to end up in hospital. Very dissapointed! Driver irritated whole trip
star-3
Really enjoyed this tour!! Food was...
Michéle C
, Oct 2017
Really enjoyed this tour!! Food was great. Tour guide was friendly, just too invasive of our private pace.
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The host was friendly/on time for...
Frederick H
, Sep 2017
The host was friendly/on time for pick up. However,This activity took several hours longer than advertised. The romantic dinner for 2 was actually a group dinner with strangers ... not so romantic. The lobster dinner seemed as if it was cooked several hours before and drinks/sodas not included.
star-4
My husband and I booked this tour on...
Gracie C.
, Sep 2017
My husband and I booked this tour on our actual anniversary date for our 2 years, mostly because of the beach side dinner at the end of the tour. Our guides one driver and one tour guide were nice and did have issues with English, but we got through and communicated fairly successfully when we had questions. Walking up to the temple, you do see some monkeys, they mostly mind their own business unless you have an obnoxious tourist egging them on unfortunately there were many that day. Anyway, it's a bit of walk up along some stones steps, but once you get up there, the view is spectacular and the guides will help you with taking some very good pics. It does get crowded so if you're claustrophobic, please keep that in mind. Also, please note you are only allowed to see the surrounding areas of the temple, you can't actually step foot onto the temple itself, as that is closed off, but still worth the trip for the view. We were then escorted to the arena where the Kecak show was to start. Please note to bring a hat as you are there during sunset and it can get quite warm. They do pack that arena with as many people as possible, to the point of suffocation in my opinion. we were packed in there like sardines, that was a downside for us. It made it very uncomfortable at times. The show is quite long and your butt may get a bit numb since the seating is on concrete, so be prepared for that. Towards the end of the show, they do ask for some audience participation, which was pretty funny. Again, if you're claustrophobic, this tour may not be for you. We ended the night at Jimbaran beach at a pre-selected seafood restaurant, which is about 1 hour away yes, 1 hour. The food was pretty decent and you can't beat the views of the beach, though it was already dark, just hearing and smelling the ocean air was nice, with the sand under your feet and candlelit dinner...pretty romantic I would say. All i all, besides the few things I pointed out, I would book this tour.
star-5
This was a really great time, Visit...
lesa.king
, Aug 2017
This was a really great time, Visit the temple, see the monkeys, see the show and then dinner on the beach! Just note that if you are a little claustrophobic, they pack you in there pretty tight for the Kecak Show. And it is just concrete seats so after a while your backside may go numb. Just an FYI. Also understand that pretty much all of the food that you are going to get in Bali will be seafood. but good fresh seafood

Product code: 3665KECAKULU

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