Barong and Keris is a performance which depicts the battle between good and evil spirits. In ancient Indonesian mythology, Barong is a character who is the king of the spirits and leader of the good people. In the performance, he is usually depicted as a lion although there various forms.
In the most famous form, Barong is depicted as a half shaggy dog and a half lion. Barong and Keris performances are a distinctive art in the community of Bali. The masks of Barong and other characters are considered so sacred that a priest offers his blessings before every performance.
While you are immersed in the performance, you will be served a four course meal of Indonesian and Western cuisine that you can enjoy during the performance.