After getting an exotic Balinese massage at M Spa in Nusa Dua, I enjoyed dinner at Bangle Bali, adjacent to M Spa. Here, I got introduced, to Legong Dance, established on complicated feet movement, finger gestures, and impressive facial expressions highlighted with heavy makeup. Two young girls perform this dramatical dance form that was once, the most mysteriously fascinating royal court performances. To watch Legong with dinner revokes a Kingly vibe. Note that there are many types of Legong dance; each emanated from a traditional Indonesian story. The Legong dance I was watching, ended after an hour, meaning the dancers presented, a complex story.
P.S. I visited Bangle Bali as a guest of the Indonesia Tourism Board, however, the views are my own.
Veidehi Gite is a multi-award-winning luxury travel and lifestyle blogger who documents her experiences through Krazy Butterfly, a mindful journal for curious travellers. She enjoys travelling and photographing anything new and interesting. Read her articles to get inspired, to take on that trip you have been planning for a while.
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