I had first visited this site as a teen during a fieldtrip. It was then a one room structure and to get to it we had to walk on a stone path in the sea that was in many places covered with water.
Many years later they re-built the temple into what exist now. It is a serene place with a nice view at sunset.
A point to note is that some people going there should be mindful that it is a religious place and avoid drinking alcohol and eatting meat on the temple compound. Although it may not be your belief, respect others belief.
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