Sunset Over an Iconic Landmark

One of Bali’s most famous temples, a visit to Tanah Lot is an unmissable experience. Perched on a rocky outcrop and surrounded on all sides by the Indian Ocean surf, this temple is both a dramatic spectacle and a place of scared pilgrimage to the Balinese.
The temple dates back to the 15th Century and is said to be the work of revered Hindu priest, Nirartha. The temple is only accessible at low tide but the views from the opposite shore leave an indelible impression in your memory, especially at sunset when the dying rays of light throw the building into a stark silhouette against an orange sky.
Tour Itinerary
  • Taman Ayun Royal Temple – traditional architecture surrounded by courtyards and gardens, lotus and fish ponds
  • Alas Kedaton – a Holy Forest spread across six-hectares with giant nutmeg trees and hundreds of monkeys living in their natural habitat
  • Tanah Lot – one of the most important directional temples in Bali and a perfect venue for photographers at sunset
Terms & Conditions
  • Entry fees to all temples and sites are not included in the rate.
  • The rate is valid for maximum 6 people per car
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