• Location: Bali, Indonesia
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
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Watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean and enjoy an alfresco seafood dinner on the beach with this Bali evening tour. You’ll visit Uluwatu Temple (Uluwatu Pura), perched dramatically on top of a coastal cliff, and watch a performance of ‘kecak,’ a traditional dance. Then head to Jimbaran Bay for a barbecue dinner of fish, prawns and other seafood. This tour is limited to six people to provide a more personalized experience. Hotel pickup is included from major hotel areas.


  • Bukit Peninsula evening tour
  • See the sun set over the Indian Ocean from Uluwatu Temple, perched on a picturesque cliff
  • Watch the graceful movements of Balinese dancers during a traditional kecak performance
  • Take part in a beachside BBQ dinner in Jimbaran Bay
  • Round-trip transport included from Kuta, Sanur and Nusa Dua area hotels
  • Small-group tour limited to six people ensures a personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Uluwatu Cliff by Night: Seafood Dinner at Jimbaran Bay with Kecak Show

Kecak Show

Your evening Bali tour starts with the drive to Uluwatu Temple, which sits on top of the 300-foot (90-meer) cliffs that line the Bukit Peninsula on the southern end of the island. Dating back to the 10th century, the temple is one of the most revered by the people of Bali.

As the sun sets, enjoy the stunning ocean views and watch a performance of kecak, with traditional Balinese dancing and chanting around a fire. When the dance is over, you’ll head to Jimbaran Bay, where a wide stretch of white-sand beach is the setting for your seafood barbecue dinner under the night sky. Indulge in grilled fish, prawns, clams and squid, served with spinach, rice and a spicy Indonesian sauce called sambal.

After dinner, your tour ends with hotel drop-off.

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

This was a really great time, Visit the temple, see the monkeys, see the show and then dinner on the beach! Just note that if you are a little claustrophobic, they pack you in there pretty tight for the Kecak Show. And it is just concrete seats so after a while your backside may go numb. Just an FYI. Also understand that pretty much all of the food that you are going to get in Bali will be seafood. but good fresh seafood


5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

The Uluwatu temple is beautiful, the dance fire is really, really great, and the seafood...oh my, delicious!!!
Great experience!

Susan P USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2017

Loved this! Got picked up from our hotel in late afternoon, so got to Uluwatu with plenty of sunlight to see the beautiful cliffs down to the ocean, monkeys, all the tourists in sarongs, and wonderful walk all the way up to the top of the hill to the temple! Toured the temple grounds with our fantastic guide, Wiyasa. Then took our seats in the outdoor amphitheater to await the show and watch the sunset. Loved the Kecak show, the men chanting, the beautiful costumes, and the story that is depicted is so many Balinese sculptures and art. After the wonderful show, we went to the beach dinner. Toes in the sand, candles on the tables, we were treated to seafood platters and rice and fruit. Very nice, and a terrific setting. Fantastic 3-in-1 tour temple/show/dinner!! Highly recommend it!!

Sharif A Qatar

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Great Tour
We enjoyed a lot in the Cliff then the local show.
The dinner on the beach was remarkable and it was the best dinner we have .
very romantic and the sea food was incredible.
great experince

Matt R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

Was great night, the show is brillaint, the setting jaw dropping. One tip, get a seat early it fills up fast.

The dinner on the beach was great value as well. The seafood was fresh and cooked superbly, and the setting was spot on hearing and watching the small waves crashing on the beach.

All in all a great night, the guides and drivers were excellent and I would highly recommend doing the tour.

Stephen C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

A fantastic experience, assisted by fabulous tour operators who were very informative

Bruce S Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Tour guide and driver were very friendly and most accommodating and helpful when I wanted to practice my Bahasa Indonesian. Although we have been to Uluwatu many times, the Kecak dance on sunset was a highlight. Our first time seafood dinner at Jimbaran Bay was ok but from the menu it was clear to see that it is very over priced for what you got . This tour was a good way to find this out and as a result we are not likely to go back on our own . Thanks Tour East, good guides and a well paced tour

Maria M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

The guide was excellent, gave plenty of local insight and took great care of us. Afterwards BBQ seafood dinner was super fresh and eaten right on the beach.

Sajid N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

a very beautiful place at top of the hill amazing view.

Danijela N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

We took this tour as part of our honeymoon on Bali and we loved it!
The temple and the ocean view are absolutely stunning and worth seeing, even on their own.
And the dance just makes it better.
The dance arena was a bit crowded, but as long as you come cca 30 min early, you should be able to get a seat. It starts out slow which, I guess, was boring for some people because they left early, but STAY UNTIL THE END later it becomes very lively and even involves the audience. The show is unlike anything we have seen so far and my husband is a musician, so he was even more fascinated by it and we are very happy we went to it.

The dinner afterwards was good, our first time eating a lobster. :D

All-in-all, THE TOUR IS GREAT!

Our only regret is that the guide was not very informative we were under the impression he doesn't understand English very well and he took us to a Kopi Luwak plantation before the temple, where we paid a great deal of money to try something that was NOT Luwak coffee we tried the real deal later and this was nothing like it. If you go there, do not waste your money trying it rather go on a tour that actually has a plantation in the itinerary, but you should definitely try the other 12 types of coffees and teas they will offer for free. Some of them are very tasty! :

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