Bajra Sandhi Monument is a monument to Balinese people struggle from time to time. The monument is located in front of the Bali Governor's Office in Renon, Denpasar, Bali. CreativeCommons/trezy humanoiz

It’s getting down to the wire on “The Amazing Race” or “TAR” Season 28, with only five teams remaining. On the April 29 episode, the competition gets even hotter, as the racers are tested on just how far they are willing to go for victory. Spoilers indicate that the teams will embark on a series of nerve-wracking challenges that involve chickens, coconuts and an extremely steep cliff. As if that’s not enough, they will encounter the dreaded Double U-Turn, which could be the key to kicking off a team from the race.

Spoiler Alert! This article contains “The Amazing Race” 2016 spoilers

The 28th season of the award-winning CBS reality TV show will air its eighth episode titled “Monkey Dance!” on Friday. TV Guide reports that the racers go all the way to Lembongan Island, Indonesia, where they encounter the daunting double U-turn. The contestants also embark on a nerve-wracking 40-foot plunge that will test their limits more than ever.

Teaser photos show the contestants, such as Burnie Burns, carrying 50 coconuts across the bridge, which could be the Roadblock challenge. Reports also say that “The Amazing Race” host Phil Keoghan will be waiting at the tenth pit stop at the Bajra Sandhi Monument, located in front of the Bali Governor's Office in Renon, Denpasar in Bali.

The Amazing Race” Season 28 recap of Leg 9

On the ninth episode, titled “Salt That Sand,” teams made their way to Bali, Indonesia. Sheri and Cole, who arrived in last place on Leg 8, performed the Speed Bump. They were tasked to go to Goa Lawah Temple, where they had to prepare and sell ten bowls of bakso, a traditional Indonesian meatball dish. They were allowed to continue racing when they reached the amount required and consumed a bowl of bakso each. The teams encountered two Roadblocks: salt harvesting and joining the Bali Kite Festival. On the first challenge, a team member collected seawater, sprinkle it all over the sand and wait for it to evaporate until salt formed. The representative had to harvest it and fill four plastic bags to receive the next clue. The other team member had to perform the next Roadblock, which involved assembling a 30-foot long traditional kite, then flying it along the beach to proceed.

In addition to the two Roadblock challenges, the teams also had to deliver gebogan, a religious offering at the Enjung Galuh Temple. They exchanged the gebogans for two live pythons, which they then had to carry around their neck and deliver to the Snake Temple, where they got the next clue. The racers also had to paddle an outrigger canoe across the Semawang Beach to reach a traditional boat, which is where the pit stop is located.

Best friends Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl raced all the way to the top, arriving at the pit stop ahead of all the other teams. For being team number 1, they won US$5,000 (AU$) each. Dating gamers Burnie Burns and Ashley Jenkins maintained their second place streak, followed by mother-and-son duo Sheri and Cole LaBrant.

Here’s the rest of the "TAR" Season 28 team placement in the ninth episode: Engaged choreographers Dana Borriello and Matt Steffanina and pro Frisbee fellas Brodie Smith and Kurt Gibson. Newlyweds Zach and Rachel King were the last to arrive at the mat, eliminating them from the race.

Click here to see a video of the Leg 9 episode from the official website of “The Amazing Race.” The show airs in the US every Friday at 8/7c on CBS.