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An interesting cultural experience but it was really hard to follow and understand what was going on. The costumes are stunning and colourful but the pace at which the story unfolded was simply too slow for me. We were part of a tour group with...More
At first we cannot understand what they are doing. Good thing that they provided a hand out about their performance so that viewers can understand what they are trying to perform. We were fascinated with their performance because it was nonstop for an hour and...More
Went to watch the Barongan & Keris Dance in the morning. Location is easily accessible by cars with ample parking space but do come early as the place will be packed with big buses & tour groups.
Show time: 0930am to 1030pm daily for barongan...More
I've seen quite a few shows like this, and I'd like to recommend this one:
The stage and costumes and nicely done and the artists are performing their traditional dance with alot of love, and you will feel this.
The place is not too big...More
Although I found this interesting to watch I'd have to say it wasn't my cup of tea
The musical instruments they played were amazing. And it's good to see and understand a bit of the culture. You do get a brochure in English to understand...More
This play represents only the second Balinese theatre production that I’ve seen, so I certainly don’t claim to be an expert.
However, with the aid of the synopsis that is provided, and English, it is relatively easy to follow. The background music is provided by...More
We came here as an impromptu stop when we hired a driver for 1/2 a day through the hotel. The show began at 9.30 am and appeared to be very popular.
Reasonably priced at only 100,000 rupees each one of the dancers was stood at...More