Tanah LotBali Temple in the Sea
Tanah Lot is one of the best places to watch the sunset in Bali island and also it is the most visited tourist destinations in Bali, it can be seen from the number of visitors who visit the temple every day, even thousands.
Tanah Lot Temple is also generally known as Bali temple in the sea as it appears like floating in the sea whenever high tide. Tanah lot Bali is a famous cultural masterpiece for photography.
Tanah Lot temple is one of the very sacred temples in Bali island, and according to the legend, Tanah Lot Temple Bali is protected by holy sea snakes which were formed from the scarves of its founder.
Tanah Lot is derived from the word "Tanah" means land and "Lot (lod / laut)" which means the sea, because it is situated on a rock in the sea and resembles a small island floating on the sea, so the people call it TANAH LOT, Tanah Lot temple is located at Beraban village, Kediri district, Tabanan regency, on the south coast of Bali island, approximately 25 kilometers from Denpasar city.
Pura Tanah Lot is situated on a large coral rock facing the Indian Ocean. Tanah Lot is a Hindu shrine built to worship the God in its manifestation as the God of the sea (God Baruna) to invoke prosperity and the balance of sea and earth.
Tanah Lot is a very famous tourist destination in the world and it’s one of the best attractions in Bali island, every day Tanah Lot visited by thousands of visitors both domestic and foreign tourists. Very recommended and the best time to visit Tanah Lot is when the sunset time starting at around 4.00 PM until 7.00 PM.
For those who love photography, at this time is the golden hour or magic hour and if the weather is good we can capture an amazing sunset and enjoy unforgettable spectacular and astonishing sundown sight. Visitors can stay close and walk beside the temple when low tide but it's not recommended and too dangerous when high tide.
Tanah Lot is very suitable to serve as a family holiday and also there are adequate facilities such as hotels, restaurants, sunset terrace, Tanah Lot cultural park, art shops, parking area, emergency facilities, security facilities, toilets, rest area, and information center. The Tanah Lot information is also available in any Bali travel guide books or online listings, so to reach this attraction is very easy.