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Tanah Lot is one of the important directional temples in Bali. The temple is located on a rock just offshore. It is said to be the work of revered 15th century Hindu priest Nirartha and forms an important element of Balinese spirtualism and...more
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This is one of Bali’s most populait temples to visit. So it can be a little crowdy. But there is a lot of space so don’t worry about this. Best time to visit is end of the day. You get a beautiful sunset while surfers...More
We chose to end our tour with a sunset viewing at Tanah Lot and it was definitely worth it. As the sun set in the horizon, hundreds of bats flew from outside of the caves below and engulfed the sky. It was such a beautiful...More
This place is absolutely unreal, the views and it's location is just so beautiful being right by the sea.
We even got to hold a snake and get our photo taken for $10NZD, the snake was HUGE!
Definitly put this on your "to do" list...More
We had an early dinner up above overlooking the temple and that was amazing.. One of the best views I've ever had at dinner. Go further down for the best views, you need to pass several eating places to get to the ones with the...More
We went here the next day we visit Bali .this is the temple you cannot miss at all !!!very nice view and best month that you can go very near to the temple because usually the sea will cover the way to go to the...More
The temple is very well maintained with a very beautiful garden. The sunset is very scenic and worth the time. The pathway is lined up with restaurants and shops offering various art effects and restaurants and multicusine..
Tanah lot temple is Bali’s one of the most important landmark known for its unique sea side location and beautiful sunset. Temple is broadly divide into offshore and onshore shrines. Approach to temple is filled with shops and restaurants. The temple gets pretty crowded especially...More
Cliff-top temple on a stunning location. Entry is not permitted inside which is rightly so as to protect the ancient structure. Therefore, there are no requirements for a sarong as well. The area nearby is dotted with food and shopping kiosks. Entry and parking fee...More
The Temple is situated on a rock jutting out into the sea. During high tide it gets cut off from the mainland & it becomes quite difficult to reach the temple unless you are prepared to wade through the seawater. Entry into the temple is...More
I my opinion you will not have any problem reaching a place to see the temple, the path is very smooth, you will not be able to get to the temple in the beach but you still will get a nice view of all of it. Dont hesitate... More
I my opinion you will not have any problem reaching a place to see the temple, the path is very smooth, you will not be able to get to the temple in the beach but you still will get a nice view of all of it. Dont hesitate and go!!! Jejeje
Response from Jayeeta B | Reviewed this property |
You pay fee for entrance and it includes one way transport. They drop you by motor bikes. It is not too far and you walk to the parking area. Yes when you walk through the entrance you have shops both sides of the road but... More
You pay fee for entrance and it includes one way transport. They drop you by motor bikes. It is not too far and you walk to the parking area. Yes when you walk through the entrance you have shops both sides of the road but vendors they don’t bother you. Yes you pay extra if you use toilet facilities. Wearing decent clothing is necessary and they don’t allow you to enter the main premises of the temple. Hope this is helpful.