Bali Culture Package Tours
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Monday, 15 March 2010 03:24

Bali's Bali distinctive, highly stylized form of traditional dance, which evolved from ancient Hindu rites, is one of the island's most dazzling cultural displays. The best way to see it is in its ritual setting; ask at your hotel if there are any performances scheduled at nearby temples. Visitors are welcome to attend, so long as they observe protocol of dress and respectful conduct (which your hotel concierge or your Balinese host can explain for you). Dance programs staged at resorts and public theaters are also worthwhile. To enable you to sea the bali's dance, we provide you tour as follos :

PST 09 : Barong Dance & Tour ( 3 Hours )

Barong Dance is freformed at 09.30 am. local time that located in Batu Bulan Village, It is about 20 minutes from Kuta Area. A performance represents as everlasting fight between God and Evil Spirit . Randa on the other hand is the opposite, an Evil with straggly hair, fangs, long dropping breasts, a lolling tongue and dreadful fingernail. Its story is taken from Maha Berata Epic.



PST 10 : KECAK DANCE TOUR ( 03 Hours)

This performance is commonly quoted from the epic of Ramayana which emphasizing on the teaching of loyalty of a house who is representative by Dewi Shita.This story tells about Rahwana from Alengka Pura palace to kidnap Rama’s wife in a Dandaka Forest. This performance is merely done orally by chorus of individuals.






It is a welcome dance. This dance was formally performed at the temple courtyard. The dancers were carrying holy water, flower and bowl of incense






Created by Wayan Gandra in 1966. Wayan Gandra is a drummer in our group. Kebyar Susun means the orchestra is playing partly, Terompong, Gender, Ceng-ceng and at last it is playing instrument completely.

It is warrior dance, with dynamic movements. Formally it was a ritual dance, named Baris Gede, perfomed at the temple courtyard during the temple festival

There are some types Legong dances. The most popular is Legong Lasem. We have been preserving this dance since 1950.
It begin with Condong, she dances solo, then followed by two dancers, The Legong. This dance portrays the story of The King Lasem, who captivated Rangkisari. Lasem wanted to marry Rangkisari but Rangkisari refused, because she had been engaged with Prince Panji. Rangkisari’s brother, gathered an army to rescue his sister. On his way to battle Lasem was attacked by Garuda, a bad omen, and was then killed in battle

Created by wayan Gandra in 1964. The Creation of the song was inspired by the dynamic life of a Rickshaw rider in Java

It describes two bumble bees chasing one another in a flower garden. First comes a female dancer, followed by a male dancer, they make a circle formation. The dance was created by the late Mario in 1952

Created by the late Gde Manik a famous Choreographer from Sinagaraja. The dancer is a female, dressed in male style custom. The characteristic of Taruna jaya dance is distinctive dynamic movement

Created by the late Mario, a very talented choreographer from Tabanan. His idea came after seeing the cockfighting. N this special occasion the cockfighting dance which has been forgotten long time a go is going to be presented

It is a solo dance, usually by the male character. The dancer frequently beat the Terompong to produce sound match with melody of Gamelan

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