Ranked as #1 attraction in Nusa Dua by Tripadvisor and featured on”10 things to dowith kids in Bali” by Conde Nast Traveller in January 2012, “Devdan – Treasure of the Archipelago” is a spectacular stage performance in Bali. This unique 90-minute show perfectly showcases the cultural diversity of Indonesia from Bali, Sumatra, Java, Borneo and Papua.

Be ready to engross in this high-tech visual effect show, as they bring you to Balinese culture that is filled with strong spiritual feelings. You can enjoy three beautiful girls dancing Lesung dance while the other dancers are cheerfully flying kites to celebrate the harvest time.

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Just when the audience is still immersed in Kecak dance performance, they are taken to the high energy scene of Sumatra with rain and Saman dance which never fail to catch people’s attention with the beautiful rhythmic dance.

A splendid aerial acrobatics performance is followed after where the artists are hanging on a suspended fabric without using any safety rope, leaving the audience breathless as Pecut dancers end the Sumatra scene. Java and the famous shadow puppet show (Wayang) is the next performance presented with sacred Bedhaya dance.

If you think people will get bored with all the traditional culture dance, this show gives a different vibe through a chic and entertaining hip hop dance to depict present day reality in which tradition and pop culture live side by side.

The two kids then blow an aero phone mussel horn, revealing a romantic duo aerial strap performance which always wins the audience’s heart. Dayak fishing port set and water splash dance fill Borneo scene before it is ended with Waka-Waka dance when the audience is given chance to dance with the artist. The exotic culture of Papua is the last scene where the stage is set realistically with Honai and the artists perform Papuan dance and attractive fire dance.

Situated in a state-of-the-art theatrical complex in the heart of Nusa Dua, Devdan show provides perfect choice to fulfill your entertainment needs while on holiday. “Devdan – Treasure of the Archipelago” shows four times in a week: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 7pm. Be sure to book your seat early and get ready for your once in a lifetime experience!

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