Entry Fee : Indonesians:
Adults: IDR 20,000,
Children: IDR 1,500,
Adults: IDR 60,000,
Children: IDR 30,000
Timings : 7:00 AM - 7:00PM
Located on a beautiful offshore rock in Tabanan regency, Bali, Tanah Lot or 'Land on the Sea' is a Hindu shrine believed to be about 500 years old. An amalgamation of Balinese and Hindu mythology, the base of the temple is carved with sea snakes and offers a natural source of holy water, providing visitors with an aesthetic and spiritual experience unlike any other.
The Tanah Lot temple can be found some 300 metres (over 980 feet) off the island shore. It is one of seven temples along the Bali coast. In fact, from this beautiful rock temple, you can see the Pura Ulu Watu temple site on the cliffs to the south, and a long sweep of azure waters to the west, near Negara.
Visiting the top of Tanah Lot is reserved for priests and Bali locals, but tourists are allowed to wander the base of the temple and receive blessings from the small shrine there. Because of its astounding architecture and intricate rock faces, set against the breath-taking Indonesian waters with a clear sight of the sun as it sets, Tanah Lot is considered a photographer's paradise.
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