Kicking off on Bali’s southwest tip with Uluwatu’s 10th century Pura Luhur temple, the high cliff tops and views out over the sea provide stunning photos and are the perfect vantage point for viewing Bali’s majestic sunsets. Noted not only for its enviable location, but Uluwatu is also home to Pura Uluwatu, one of Bali’s oldest temples. Watch Kecak Dance, one of the legendary dance on sunset that begins at 6 p.m.
Moving onto Jimbaran, the stunning bay with crystal waters and multi-colored boats moored along the shore add to the charm of this fishing village. Here you can dine at one of the many traditional waterfront seafood restaurants serving delicious meals sourced from Bali’s biggest seafood market offering the widest range of fresh seafood available anywhere in Bali.
- Uluwatu Temple, a stunning cliff-side and beautiful architecture, perched on a steep cliff 70-meters above the roaring Indian Ocean
- Kecak Dance, one of Bali’s most memorable Dance performance can be witnessed on sunset
- Jimbaran Bay Dinner, sitting at your table in the sand enjoy Balinese fare of freshly caught seafood, spiced and marinated to the island’s culinary traditions.
1st Stop: Uluwatu Temple
Precariously located at the point of a sheer cliff on the island’s southern peninsula. It is one of the oldest and most important temples in Bali. Travelers rave about Uluwatu Temple’s stunning cliff-side locale and beautiful architecture. Perched on a steep cliff 70-meters above the roaring Indian Ocean – is what makes this place a sight to behold. This sacred site is located about 15 miles south Kuta, along the southern coast of Bali which offers a dramatic sunset view from the clifftop. However, on the cliff adjacent to the temple, one of Bali’s most memorable Kecak Dance performance can be witnessed every day on sunset that begins at 6 p.m. Note: The monkeys around the temple can be aggressive, they snatch up mobile phone and glasses from unsuspecting travelers. So please secure all your jewelry, sunglasses and mobile phone inside the zipped bag.
2ns Stop: Watch Kecak Dance by Uluwatu Cliff on Sunset
On the cliff adjacent to the temple, one of Bali’s most memorable Kecak Dance performance can be witnessed on sunset that begins at 6 p.m. A group of 60 men dressed only in sarongs and red hibiscus tucked behind the ears, swarm onto the circular open-air stage. Be prepared, the performance involves loud chants of “cak, cak, cak” – a sound you won’t be forgetting anytime soon.
3rd Stop: Seafood Dinner at Jimbaran Bay
Sitting at your table in the sand, with the lively atmosphere around and the ocean in front of you is not to be missed. Expect a simple yet very Balinese fare of freshly caught seafood, spiced and marinated to the island’s culinary traditions, and grilled over coconut husks. We love the rather romantic atmosphere – savor your food by candles and moonlight, and listen to the soft crash of waves. This is island living at its most authentic!
|Rate||USD 40 net / Person|
( IDR 560.000 net / Person )
|Minimum Booking||2 Person|
|Duration||Up To 10 Hours|
|Pick up Time||15:00 from the lobby of your hotel. |
Please note, pick up is only provided from the following areas: Ubud, Sanur, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Seminyak and Canggu
|Includes||Entrance fees, Donations and Parking fees in all destinations |
Seafood Set Dinner at Jimbaran Bay ( Standard Set Menu)
Private hotel pick up and drop off (selected areas)
Dedicated English speaking guide / driver
|Sunglasses, hat, camera, mobile phone, |
extra battery, cash, credit card for personal expenses.