If you have plan to visit Bali, don’t miss this chance to visit this amazing place. Of course there is a very crowd for taking photos, but you will enjoy the atmosphere, mix with ritual traditional and seaside atmosphere.
About Tanah Lot Temple
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When i came here, they held the yearly traditional ceremony and it was very crowded but the view about the temple, sea also the ceremony was awesome.
This attraction is so popular that it is always on the top list of must-visit. The sight is totally awesome, a temple standing proudly on the ocean. When the tide is in, there is no access to the temple. The loud, continuous rumbling sound of...More
I have visited Tanah Lot three times. Each successive visit I recall seeing more and more people. Lots of touristy sales ongoing and it is impossible to get a good photo because it is so crowded. It is worth a visit just to take a...More
The place is situated away from the main stream, but easy to get to. Huge parking spaces and there's a parking fee. The place used to be very beautiful and sacred and now it has commercialized to be a tourist attraction. The tourist are mostly...More
Must visit temple for its scenic and eyesoothing location.I cant see any god in any temple in bali but aee the best locations and carving and artwork at every temple.its like hidden gems of bali on seashore.Very photogenic place to see and enjoy sea,location and...More
Tanah lot is a magnificent cliff temple about an hour's drive from Kuta. About entering there is an array of giftshops selling all kinds of snazzy and traditional souvenirs,t shirts,candles,perfumes and even spices and chocolates.Bargaining is important as vendors can set prices really high.If you...More
Unfortunately the Tanah Lot Temple complex suffers from the same syndrome as many other Bali temples: it's totally commercialized and there is nothing sacred about it anymore. Sadly, the access roads and surroundings of many Bali temples nowadays resemble shopping streets of European tourist destinations.
The temple is perched in the ocean. While the viewing areas are crowded,the sight of the temple is exquisite! One can take postcard quality pictures. While we were unable to approach the temple itself, we marveled at the location and were able to approach the...More