Meet your guide at the Alila Uluwatu Cabana to begin your cultural journey through Bali’s rich traditions.
You will learn how to make a Canang Sari – once under the guidance of your professional guide and one with your own hands at the Alila Uluwatu Cabana surrounded by ocean views. Using traditional Balinese materials, a Canang Sari is a Hindu offering made to the Gods in the many temples of Bali every day. With a small leaf-basket as the tray (canang) and the essence of the prayers of the Balinese people in it (sari), it is a way of expressing gratitude to the Gods above.
After completing your Canang Sari, head to the Uluwatu Temple, one of the holiest temples in Bali, where you can watch the traditional Kecak Dance with a backdrop of the cliff-edge views and the sunset. You will be helped to wear a traditional Balinese costume for the visit. The Kecak Dance is a Balinese fire dance usually characterized by their chants and expressions. Offer your Canang Sari at the Uluwatu Temple before heading back to Alila Uluwatu for afternoon tea at The Warung.