Ubud and Kecak Fire Dance Tour
Pickup time: 14.00pm at Lobby, (Approx. 6 hours).
Ubud and its surroundings is one of the most beautiful villages in Bali where we can find lots of talented artisans. We will see the hand made Batik painting at Tohpati, then Celuk, home of gold and silversmiths, and Mas, famous for its fine woodcarvings. A visit to a local family compound in Singapadu will give us a new perspective on the way of life of this friendly people.
Afterwards we will proceed to Batuan or Ubud village, where we will see the best examples of Balinese paintings of classical, naïve, traditional and modern style. The dramatic view of rice terraces at Tegallalang is our next stop before watching the Kecak and Fire Dance at Batubulan. Dinner at local restaurant in Sanur with Legong dance.
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👉 Celuk Village
Celuk is center for Balinese goldsmiths and silversmiths. More 40 jewelry workshops are located along the road from Batubulan to Celuk. The jewelries are exported worldwide.
👉 Mas Village
Mas is famous for woodcarving. Mas offers a myriad of wooden items. The main road of the town is lined with dozens of workshop.
👉 Batuan or Ubud village
Batuan or Ubud village is famous for Balinese Painting you can find many kind of painting like traditional painting, modern and native painting. The main road of the town is lined with dozens of workshop for Balinese Painting.
👉 Tegalalang Rice Terrace
Tegalalang village is famous with rice terrace, but now on the way go to Tegalalang village both side of the road you find many shops with selling woodcarving. The first example of Balinese landscape is the rice-field. This is a typical scene in Bali. The terraced rice-field is typical of the beauty of the Balinese countryside. Note the harmony of colors, the vivid green of the coconut groves and the pale blue of the sky. Wet rice agriculture (sawah) is the basic and most important activity of Balinese life; Rice is the major crop and the staple food.
👉 Kecak and Fire Dance
Probably the best know of the many Balinese dances the Kecak dance is also unusual because it doesn’t have a gamelan accompaniment. Instead the background is provided by a chanting ‘choir’ of men who provided the ‘chak-a-chak-a-chak’ noise which distinguishes the dance.
The Kecak tells the tale of the Ramayana and the quest of Prince Rama to rescue his wife Sita after she had been kidnapped by Rawana, the King of Lanka.
Ubud Afternoon Tour Rates
*Minimum for 2 persons, other charge for single traveler
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