Alila Villas Uluwatu Stages Balinese Dance at Weekly Sunset Theatre
Guests at Alila Villas Uluwatu can look forward to a magical evening of Balinese culture with the launch of the resort’s Sunset Theatre, which will present a weekly performance of Bali’s iconic kecak fire dance.
Watching a traditional kecak dance performance is on the bucket list for many travelers to Bali. For those staying in the Uluwatu area, the sunset performance at the clifftop amphitheater at Uluwatu Temple is among the most famous and atmospheric of them all.
For guests who might not have time to fit this into their itinerary, Alila Villas Uluwatu now recreates this must-watch experience one evening a week at the resort as the sun melts into the ocean in a blaze of color, a backdrop that is as mesmerizing as the performance itself.
The Sunset Theatre will be combined with another authentic Balinese experience – a ‘Kaki Lima’ street food-themed dinner. The strolling street food carts, known as ‘Kaki Lima’, are a common sight in Bali, and sell an array of local dishes. Guests can dine at tables dotted around the lawn amid a relaxed street food ambience, soaking up the sizzling sights, sounds and aromas of food being cooked live at food carts set up outdoors.
On the menu will be popular traditional street foods such as mie ayam (chicken noodles), babi guling (suckling pig), and martabak (stuffed savory pancake), served with local drinks, including fresh coconut water and chilled local beer.
This memorable evening of traditional Balinese dance and food will begin enthralling guests at Alila Villas Uluwatu from 15th June 2019 until the end of the year. Alila Villas Uluwatu rate starts from USD 932 ++ per night in a One Bedroom Pool Villa for double occupancy.