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    The Barong dance is often performed in the streets of Ubud as well as in temples, and is easily recognizable for the Barong Keket creature, a myt… Read More
    The Barong dance is often performed in the streets of Ubud as well as in temples, and is easily recognizable for the Barong Keket creature, a mythological, mischievous lion with unruly hair, large fangs, bulging eyes and a red face. The Barong is the protector of Balinese villages. He engages in battle with Rangda, an evil witch, and when he emerges victorious, harmony in the universe is restored. Read Less
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The Barong dance is often performed in the streets of Ubud as well as in temples, and is easily recognizable for the Barong Keket creature, a mythological, mischievous lion with unruly hair, large fangs, bulging eyes and a red face. The Barong is the protector of Balinese villages. He engages in battle with Rangda, an evil witch, and when he emerges victorious, harmony in the universe is restored.