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Many years ago - in fact in 1997 we saw this kecak and fire dance. Luckily our driver could bring us here again.
This time the sitting chairs were really good, and we didn't have to move because of the fire.
The "music " comes...More
I really didn’t think I would enjoy this so much, especially at 9.30 in the morning but it’s so bizarre it’s good. Great costumes, audience participation, slapstick, bawdy humour, monsters, witches, dancing, it was the closest to a panto I have ever seen. Also musicians...More
It’s the worst thing my eyes have ever seen. Overpriced the story makes no sense even after reading the script and the “actors” are so bad that after doing it everyday for the past I don’t know how many years they cannot even synchronize.
Sunday 8th September and we visited here, it was one of the stops on our "Bali Great Introduction Tour" which we booked through the Tui Representative at our Hotel. The entrance fee was included in the price of our tour, however, the person beside me...More
Although we found this performance interesting to watch from a cultural perspective (also since we have watched Baraka the film and seen the Kecak done in that) to see it in real life was very interesting. But I must say it wasn't my cup of...More