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.
The sea temple also has the gate of heaven. The holy water here is said to cleanse the soul, donate some money and wash your hands with the Holy water. The staff will also send Indonesian flowers and eggs to Badurga. The scenery is beautiful. The sound of the sea waves is bursting, but it gives people a sense of quiet (*^*).
Beautiful natural scenery, blue sky and white clouds, the temple in the waves, there is a sense of fairy wind. Standing by the sea, looking at the distance, relaxed and happy. All the troubles in the world are forgotten, looking for a place of spiritual expansion between the sea and the sky, beautiful and peaceful!
A beautiful temple site, among the many you can enjoy on the Island of the Gods.
Sea temple dedicated to the gods, Bali is one of the three big temple in Bali, are seven seats near the coast of the most famous temples, and has the most beautiful sunset in Bali, sunset is the best time to watch the sea temple. Every tide, when the rock is surrounded by the sea, the entire temple cut off from the land.
This is one of the most unique temples in Bali because of its location - a must go place for first timers. Best time to go is before sunset
Bring your camera and come before sunset goes down but too many people there so took photo with creative angle.
Really scenery but also very crowded
Best to go there just before the sunset...
it's really good place to enjoy sunset and sunrise
Tanah Lot is just a very pleasent place to visit. We took a bike from Ubud to Tanah Lot and ran into many locals trying to navigate our way there. Upon arrival to Tanah Lot we came across a bat that was there. I just had to take a photo.Tanah lot can be a bit annoying if you want to get there while tide is down and it isnt. You have a lot of waiting, like we did, so dont get there too early. Unless you want to get photos of the place while in the water. There is plenty to do to kill time, from shopping, relaxing, walking or eating.Once the tide is down you can visit the temple (some what) a bit closer.