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Tanah Lot is one of the important directional temples in Bali. The temple is located on a rock just offshore. It is said to be the work of revered 15th century Hindu priest Nirartha and forms an important element of Balinese spirtualism and...more
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Apart from the temple, where only locals are allowed, nature has endowed its beauty in a very unique way. The sunset point is amazing. Proud of the balinese people for maintaining the Hindu culture for centuries
Me and my husband viaited Tanah lot temple in bali in December 2018 after reading a lot of blogs and reviews about it. There couldn’t have been any better disappointment or disaster than that! No doubt the tiny temple has a great cliff view, beach...More
Very interesting place. We walked in the sea to go visit the temple and got to see the sweet water in the middle of the sea water and the tide came in and it water level got high and the temple had to be closed...More
The best part of Bali is the tranquility, art and sculpture, architecture of their homes and scenery that you encounter between much hyped venues. Tanah Lot if clearly over-hyped - it was overrun with crowds, and all one can see from anywhere is a dark...More
As with all places as special as this, you should expect many tourists (including you LOL). Having said this, they have created a tourist attraction to cope with theses numbers as a honeypot sites whilst retaining something of the sacred for the Temple itself on...More
This is a "must see" in Bali and according to photo's in books and magazines it should be a beautiful place. And indeed this temple is on a unique location and the view is beautiful. But, and I am a tourists as well, there are...More
there was 4 days for Hindu praying occasion, we went there at noon, mostly people go there n sunset and it crowded usually. but we went there at noon, wave was high, we not able to across to the Pura. but i really enjoying the...More
Response from sharadshrimali61 | Reviewed this property |
While it may be the rainy season, it is luck alone that determines whether you'd be able to see the sunset or not. If it is high tide, as mentioned by one of our mates, you'll not be able to enter the temple... More
While it may be the rainy season, it is luck alone that determines whether you'd be able to see the sunset or not. If it is high tide, as mentioned by one of our mates, you'll not be able to enter the temple. Likewise, cloudy weather makes seeing sunset impossible.
Nevertheless, try your luck out for Tanah Lot's one of the most famous and famed temples of Bali. You'll definitely enjoy.
Response from Nanakolkata | Reviewed this property |
It is preferable to find a nice place atleast 30mins. prior to sunset in the surrounding and quite area of your choice, as they are plenty within the complex. Please heck the sunset timing before going.