Bali, the "island of the Gods", continues to exude charm and beauty.
It is one of the smallest islands of the Indonesian archipelago, but is by far, the most coveted by tourists (along with Lombok, which is starting to point the tip of its nose). This small paradise brings together all the elements essential for a successful holiday.
Beautiful beaches, extraordinary volcanic landforms hidden by forests, hills on which the terraced rice fields draw pretty curves where the light dances, a living and authentic culture and above all, a population of unbelievable kindness. Wonderful too, that taste of the Balinese for the arts and harmony.
The "Kecak Dance" -- A Wonderful Balinese Music Experience What makes the Kecak such a fascinating dance to watch are the fifty or so men in the checkered pants. They are both the choir and the props, providing the music for the story in a series of constant vocal chants that change with the mood of the actors. They don't sit still, either, they wave their arms to simulate fire, and reposition themselves around the stage to represent wind and fire, prison cells, and unseen hand of protection from the gods This dance only use vocals and choirs, nothing instrument that used.