Tanah Lot Tourist Attraction in Bali

The Island of the Gods is synonymous with the existence of a magnificent temple as a place of worship as well as a tourist destination. In addition to natural scenery and cultural beauty, Bali is a center for gathering tourists from all over the world. The island of the gods seems timeless, always presenting destinations that are never empty and make tourists want to keep coming back.

Several magnificent temples scattered throughout the island of the Gods are tourist destinations favored by tourists. Tourists can immerse themselves in the culture and religiosity of the Balinese people when visiting historical temples. One of the important temples for Balinese Hindus is Tanah Lot Temple. What are the attractions, here's an explanation.

Tanah Lot Tourist Attraction

Tanah Lot Temple is a unique and exotic temple, because of its location on a large rock on the beach. This temple has an amazing view, because during high tide, the Tanah Lot temple will be seen surrounded by sea water. Meanwhile, when the sea water recedes, tourists can walk closer to the location of the temple and various other attractions, including:

Sacred Snake Cave
Tourists can enter the small cave area and touch the sacred snake by paying a donation. The cave is located on a cliff on the east side of the beach area. The sacred snake is a sea snake which is believed to be the incarnation of the shawl of the founder of the temple.

Watching the sunset
Tanah Lot Temple has the best spot to watch the sunset. Many tourists choose to go there in the afternoon to witness the natural beauty.

Many temples
Apart from having stunning views of the beach, Tanah Lot Temple is a popular icon that attracts tourists. Besides Tanah Lot Temple, it turns out that there are several temples namely Jero Kandang Temple, Penyawang Temple, Penataran Temple, Pekedungan Temple, Batu Mejan Temple, and Enjung Galuh Temple.
Religious ceremony

Apart from the stunning natural charm, Tanah Lot is also famous for its religious ceremonies. Tourists can witness local Hindu religious ceremonies. For example, during the Piodalan ceremony, which is a ceremony to commemorate the anniversary of the temple which is held every 210 days on the Saka calendar or 40 days after the celebration of Kuningan day.

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