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Tanah Lot

4.5/53,383 Reviews
TempleHistorical Site

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Jl. Tanah Lot, Beraban, Kediri, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali
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About Tanah Lot

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.

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  • _WeCh****864824

    The place will mesmerize you. Beautiful blue waters splasing onto a temple in the middle of nowhere will make you wonder how the place came into existence. Take a cool picture of waves splashing onto the rocks and take blessings from priests in the temple.

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    Reviewed on 1568265630000
  • bm****04

    Bali's sea is not the most beautiful, but the various sceneries related to the sea are the most unique and beautiful. This sea temple is also the same. The temple is built on the reef. The reef is surrounded by sea water, and the waves are turbulent. The whole temple is isolated from the land. Nobody can approach it. It is said that it can only be seen when the tide falls. The sea temple arrived in the morning, so many tourists had squeezed the beach. The inaccessible sea temple is a long-standing reluctance to leave. There is a shop at the entrance of the scenic spot. The price of national costumes (especially long skirts) is fairly generous, but on the basis of bargaining, coconuts are very sweet and refreshing. The delicious memory is still unforgettable.

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    Reviewed on 1473926908000
  • 子弹之痕迹

    Bali is the only Hindu region in Indonesia. Eighty [%] people believe in Hinduism. Indonesian and English are widely spoken, and Mandarin is also commonly used in scenic spots and shopping places. Bali Island is mostly mountainous, with mountains running vertically and horizontally, high in the East and low in the west. There are also four or five complete conical volcanic peaks on the island, of which the Argonne volcano (Bali Peak) is the highest point on the island.

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    Reviewed on 1497096310000
  • 任逍遥2016

    This Temple deserves to be the seven largest temples in the world. It is said that it will not be able to climb the temple at some time in the evening. The rumble of the rising tide came one after another, and many foreigners were surfing. There was a long line of caves at the entrance to the temple gate, but it was too late. It was estimated that the temple would be forced to leave later, otherwise the island would be besieged. The sea temple is very large, and there are many Confucian temples around it. There are many national sculptures, some temples are not allowed to enter, but you can take pictures outside the wall. Look at a lot of vendors around selling specialty products, roast corn stalls are also many, service attitude is quite good!

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    Reviewed on 1496214888000
  • _WeCh****916557

    Nice place, unique. 60000 for entrance. You cant go inside the temple. They are trying to take your money on each step.

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    Reviewed on 1566365753000
  • 嘻哈

    A temple built on rocks can only be near the sea temple when the tide ebbs. There are many kite vendors at the entrance. There are many shops on both sides of the road in front of the temple, selling various souvenirs. On the other side of the temple, there is a small pavilion on the land. Standing in the pavilion, you can see the sunset from a distance. It is one of the scenic spots in Bali. There are a lot of eggs on both sides of the road in several colors.

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    Reviewed on 1461080593000
  • 夜一大老爷

    The sea temple is the most worthwhile place to visit in Bali in my opinion. It is located about 40 minutes from Kuta without traffic jam. The admission fee is 30 RMB per person. In the morning of early June, the tide was high, and we could only look at the sea temple from afar, but we could feel the turbulence of the waves. Afternoon is ebb tide, although the magnificent scenery of the waves is not there, but you can walk to the sea temple, feel the magnificent religious buildings at close range. June 2018 is the Hindu New Year. There are many sacrificial activities at the Sea Temple, but they are not allowed to enter. There are many shops and restaurants on the way up the hill. The hotel's landscape is better. If you are not hungry, order a glass of water and sit in the nearest position, which is the invincible seascape restaurant. Even if nothing, just to take a picture OK. Along the way to a small coffee shop, I mentioned cat poop coffee and civet cats in my previous reading strategy, but because of the Hindu New Year, many families have holidays, including this shop, so I regret that I did not take a close photo with civet cats. The price of coffee hanging on the shop's brand is not expensive, 25 RMB. Next time you have a chance, you must have a cup of coffee.

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    Reviewed on 1529142115000
  • YOYO馨月

    The sea temple is somewhat similar to a seaside park. Tickets are inexpensive. From the gate to the street side of the sea temple are small things, including POLO near every scenic spot in Bali. The sea temple is very beautiful, the scenery is good, you can walk slowly. It is suggested that you wear shoes that can wade through the water. When the tide rises, you can't wade through it. When the tide ebbs, you have a way to go. The sea temple is not big, because the open part is not much, it shakes out for an hour.

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    Reviewed on 1464534314000
  • E33****1712

    is very beautiful spot n religious space, the beautiful view n amazing

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    Reviewed on 1561771705000
  • qylmry

    The most beautiful place to visit in Bali is the Sea Temple! There is still a long way from the parking lot to the Sea Temple. Along the way are various shops, fruits, drinks, snacks, souvenirs, clothing, shoes and hats, etc. And the popular blue cola, which tastes nothing special and has its tongue dyed blue after drinking! I don't understand why it's so expensive! There is no good pen to describe the sea temple. Let the photos tell you!

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    Reviewed on 1491775229000
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