Place To Visit
An union of Balinese and Hindu mythology providing visitors with an aesthetic and spiritual experience.
The temple's base is sculpted with sea snakes and provides a natural stream of holy water, offering visitors with a visual and spiritual experience unlike any other.
The Tanah Lot temple is about 300 metres (980 ft) off the island's coast. It's one of seven temples that line the coast of Bali. In reality, you can view the Pura Ulu Watu temple site on the cliffs to the south, as well as a vast swath of azure waters to the west, near Negara, from this lovely rock temple.
Priests and Bali natives are allowed to visit the top of Tanah Lot, but tourists are welcome to stroll the temple's base and get blessings from the modest shrine beneath. Because of its incredible architecture and intricate granite faces, which are situated against the stunning Indonesian waters with a clear view.
Dress code suggested as women are required to cover their legs, usually with a sarong or a kebaya (native Indonesian dress) along with covering their shoulders (such as the use of a scarf) men to follow the same rules, along with wearing an udeng (Balinese headdress made from folded clothes).
Open Time : 6am to 7pm
Entry : free
Address : Tanah Lot, Beraban, Tabanan Regency, Bali, Indonesia
By Yashica Singh