Hotel Tugu Bali from 7.30pm
Free Entry with Dinner
Watch the remarkable performances of Bali’s mystifying dances in the majestic Bale Agung Hall at Tugu Hotel Bali. An unforgettable evening of bringing back to life almost-forgotten dances and music of ancient Bali.
In Hinduism, dance is an accompaniment to the perpetual dissolving and reforming of the world. There is great richness of dance forms and styles and particularly notable are those ritualistic dance dramas which involve Rangda, the witch, and the great beast Barong.
Most of the dances in Bali are connected to Hindu rituals, such as the Sanghyang Dedari, a sacred dance which invokes spirits believed to possess the dancers, putting them into a trance . Dances not linked to religious rituals and created for certain purposes include the Pendet, performed to welcome guests and Joged, a social dance for entertainment purposes.
For booking and inquiries, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Hotel Tugu Bali at +62 361 4731 701.
Hotel Tugu Bali
Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong, Pantai Canggu, Canggu, Bali
Ph: (0361) 4731 701
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