South of Bali

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14:00 – 20:00 (6 Hours)

Our special presentation only for you by selecting a perfect combination of :

1. Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Cultural Park

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Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park (GWK) is a ± 60 ha area of cultural park located in Ungasan, Badung Regency or about 10-15 minutes driving from Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport. With a future plan of ±120-meters tall and 64-meters width statue of Garuda Wisnu as its main attraction.

An epic trip into a reality for people of all ages at GWK ‘Cultural Park’. A view of a breathtaking monument, classic attractions, fantasy experience and modern technology blends in and transpire as you explore of unique cultural park and it is one of the world’s largest monuments, one-stop tourist spot with beautiful panoramic view.

You will surely be expecting your next visit to Bali once you have been here!

 2. Uluwatu Temple and Kecak Dance With a beautiful sunset

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Uluwatu Temple is  believed to be Bali’s spiritual pillar, is renowned for its magnificent location, perched on top of a steep cliff approximately 70 meters above sea level. This temple also shares the splendid sunset backdrops.

Pura Luhur Uluwatu is definitely one of the top places on the island to go to for sunset delights, with direct views overlooking the beautiful Indian Ocean and daily Kecak dance performances. Balinese architecture, traditionally-designed gateways, and ancient sculptures add to Uluwatu Temple’s appeal.

The Balinese Hindus believe that the three divine powers of Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva become one here. It belief results in making Uluwatu Temple a place of worship of Siva Rudra, the Balinese Hindu deity of all elements and aspects of life in the universe. Pura Uluwatu is also dedicated to protect Bali from evil sea spirits.

Kecak Dance is a form of Balinese Dance and Music Drama that was developed in the 1930s in Bali, Indonesia. Since its creation, it has been performed primarily by men, with the very first women’s kecak group starting in 2006.

Also known as the Ramayana Monkey Chant, the piece, performed by a circle of at least 150 performers wearing checked cloth around their waists, percussively chanting “cak” and moving their hands and arms, depicts a battle from the Ramayana. The monkey-like Vanaraled by Hanuman helped Prince Rama fight the evil King Ravana. Kecak has roots in sanghyang, a trance-inducing exorcism dance.


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