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Tanah lot temple is one of Bali's most important landmarks, famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops. An ancient hindu shrine perched on top of an outcrop amidst constantly crashing waves.
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Taman Lot Temple is at the top of my list of temples to visit in Bali. The reason is simple, it’s just stunning to see this temple standing on a rock in the Indian Ocean with waves pounding against it. Just across from the main...More
Pura Tanah Lot is almost an hour drive from Kuta, and is one of Bali's most prominent spots for photography. The place can get really crowded with tourists and hawkers. Even at crowded times, if you walk a little bit far (towards the right side),...More
Visiting Tanah Lot put a tick against one of my bucket list items. This beautiful temple, carved out of rock in the ocean is inaccessible for much of the day when the tide is high. Many people visit at sunset but we chose to go...More
We visited the temple whilst passing through Bali on the way to Singapore. We had read all about this attraction on line and it certainly lived up to our expectation. It’s one of the most widely visited sites so at certain parts of the day...More
A rock formation which is home to an ancient Hindu temple. It is a beautiful setting and is famed for it's sunsets which, unfortunately, we did not see as we were on a Cruise Excursion and time spent there was very limited. If you get...More
Very famous rock formation Hindu temple in Bali located on the sea beach very known for sun set,we spend 2 hours,but not suppose to enter the temple,nevertheless we enjoyed sea beach and lovely garden and nice place for photography,we saw some coral fishes too,due to...More