Tanah Lot Temple is one of the most important seaside temples in Bali and was built in the 16th century.
The temple is located on a huge rock by the sea. 🌊Whenever the tide rises, the rock is surrounded by sea water. The whole temple is isolated from the land and stands alone in the sea.
Devil's Tears is one of Lembongan's most famous sights in Bali. Because the turbulent waves hit the cave and set off huge waves, it will also produce gorgeous rainbows when the sun is shining, so it has attracted countless tourists to play. The high tide was shocking.
❣️Safety Tips: Because many tourists create dangerous accidents in order to take pictures regardless of their personal safety too close to the shore, all group tours and day trips will no longer go to this attraction. 🤩
Personal freedom is not affected. But be sure to pay attention to safety. Best time to visit: at high tide. Between 12 noon and 3 pm.🤪🤪🤪
I came to Tanah 5 years ago. It used to be possible to go down. Later, when there was an accident, it was surrounded. Now I can only watch it from the shore .. But it is very suitable for photography.
Many photographers specialize in carrying Come here with a tripod to take pictures. On the high ground in the scenic area is a series of small shops selling souvenirs or eating and drinking.
Coconuts are cheaper than sold in the town of Bali. Yellow coconuts are thicker and green coconuts are thinner. You can choose according to your preference.
As an Indonesian, I’ve been to Tanah Lot for several times. Always bring my foreign friends to Tanah Lot because It’s one of the must go places in Bali. It’s a really nice experience for them foreign friends to experience to be in a sacred place because you can see the famous white snake, you can ask the locals to put sacred rice on your forehead etc etc. So many sacred things in Tanah Lot.
Irene Mikaela L T
Tanah Lot is one of Bali’s most important landmarks. Its unique offshore setting provides the perfect backdrop for sunset photos. Constructed in the 16th century to honor the Hindu sea god, Baruna, Tanah Lot is one of Bali's most-visited landmarks. The best time to admire Tanah Lot Temple is at sunset. At high tide the narrow connecting strip of land is submerged and the temple is cut off from land. Watch the sun spread across the Indian Ocean and marvel at the romantic look of Tanah Lot Temple with its glowing golden outline.