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Special Video Post! Traditional Balinese Dancing from The Kintamani Region of Bali

Traditional Balinese Dancing

If You’re Headed to Bali, Ensure You Take in a Traditional Dance Show – I Bet It’ll Be The One of The Highlights Of Your Trip

In This Video You Will Discover:

  • The Nature of Balinese Dance
  • The Hypnotic Musical Accompaniment
  • The Silliness and Slapstick of Some Balinese Dance Performance

The music is hypnotic, and at times, almost cacophonic. Beautiful female dancers move their limbs as though controlled by marionette strings; their eyes cheekily darting back and forth. There is storytelling. There may be monkeys. There may be tigers. And there is slapstick.

It is Balinese entertainment at it’s finest – when you visit Bali, ensure you take in a show of Traditional Balinese Dancing:

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About the author: David Webb is a Vancouver, BC-based travel writer, photographer and magazine editor.

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  • Steve May 9, 2010 Link

    That clip reminds me of a traditional dancing show I saw in Thailand once. I think it is mostly how the dancers seem to be really conscious of their hand movements. It looks like their hands have to be positioned in specific ways. I’m no expert though so I’m sure there are many differences that I don’t even notice. Cool video, nonetheless.

  • Medicine Ball Exercises May 8, 2010 Link

    Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!

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