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Tanah Lot Temple

Vrushali Ketkar
Tanah Lot: This is one of the most important temples in Bali, pictures of which are pasted on most postcards of Bali. The sunset that you get to witness from this temple is jaw-dropping. Don't miss it!
Puja Sharma
Another fantastic place to catch on sunset is Tanah Lot. Could get a bit crowded in the evening, but a must-visit place to get an out-of-the world experience of sunset.
Neha Ahuja
8) Go light with luggage as there's a lot of shopping awaiting. Artifacts, sculptures, junk jewelry, wall hangings, paintings, coffee, candles, massage oils are some great picks at thrifty bargains
Pratik Gandhi
It is one of the most famous landmarks of Bali, famed for its unique offshore location and sunset as backdrop. Pura Tanah Lot- which means Land in the sea. During the high tide, the rock formation is completely surrounded by water, although we were there at low tide, it still didn’t disappoint us. With both sides rock formation and temples, you may want to just relax and see the way sunset gifts the golden look to the place. As time passes, the waves get more dynamic and gives you a pleasant feel to sit and enjoy.
Since we wanted to have relaxing holiday, we begin our day with early morning sunrise in Batu Beling Beach which was just one minute walking distance from our villa. It was nice isolated beach with fewer crowds. After having fun at beach we decided to have traditional Balinese massage which is specialty of Bali and a must do (included in our stay). It was amazing experience and we wanted to have more. 
4.30pm to 6.00pm Tanah Lot Temple (try catching the sunset here, very beautiful)
Travel Trails
It is one of the most famous landmarks of Bali, famed for its unique offshore location and sunset as backdrop. Pura Tanah Lot- which means Land in the sea. During the high tide, the rock formation is completely surrounded by water, although we were there at low tide, it still didn’t disappoint us. With both sides rock formation and temples, you may want to just relax and see the way sunset gifts the golden look to the place. As time passes, the waves get more dynamic and gives you a pleasant feel to sit and enjoy.
Neesha Shaik
Tanah LotWe spent half of the day in the gardens and later headed towards Tanah lot.Tanah lot is a temple build on a huge rock residing on the shore and looks as if it is built on the water. The sound of the huge waves hitting the rocks, the temple and the sunset make this place a must visit. We were right on time as it was time for sunset. We enjoyed the evening watching the sun set into the ocean behind the Tanah lot temple . Everyone was awed to see the sky turn into beautiful orange and the day light fading away. A beautiful end to the first day of our Bali trip.
Dave Barger
The food was scrumptious too... and if I had a lil' better network, I would have posted my om-nom moments right away! We rode for quite some time with a heavy belly, stopping for a bit at the sea shore landmarked with the famous Hindu Temple - Tanah Lot.
Nik Rielo
Tanah Lot (literally “land in the sea”) is a large offshore rock where a temple has been built on top of it. Originally built in the 15th century, Tanah Lot remains to be one of the holiest Hindu temples in Bali. The present rock has been restored in 1980 and about 1/3 of the original rock has been replaced with artificial one. There is a cave of ‘holy snakes’ beside it. I visited Tanah Lot in the middle of the day and at this time, the temple complex is full of tourists.
WithASuitcase
1. Tanah Lot On reaching Tanah Lot, we were literally left standing breathless. The sunset over this rock formation was most magnificent, the colours from the sky highlighted in the backdrop. Distance from Seminyak: 17km
Mohana Talapatra
But above all, there is Culture (with a Capital C), and there are the temples. Tanah Lot, made famous by the movie/ book of well, you-know-who. But then there are so many others. Visit Tanah Lot once by dawn when the tide is high and you can catch the temple surrounded by sea - just like in the movies. Wondering if you were to take a boat out to it, would your lover fetch you (or not!). And then once again by sunset - at low tide, when you can wade/ walk up to the temple and say a little prayer for your love (or to invite one into your life), have holy water sprinkled on you by the Hindu priests and a marigold or jasmine stuck behind your ear as a flower-blessing. Bali will charm you thus. One of the best views of Tanah Lot is not actually from Tanah Lot temple precinct, but from a pricey but oh-so-romantic restaurant on the cliff overlooking Tanah Lot. Most definitely the best way to spend your first evening in Bali - atmospheric in every way.
Sneha Magapu
We drove to this place from Ubud. Beautiful temple on a cliff with waves washing its feet. A little bit touristy but you are sure to catch some awesome pictures during sunset.
Chasing Sunsets
This is such a tourist destination. They have an entry fee and you cannot move ahead unless you bump into someone. I was so bumped out when I reached there as I just couldn’t click a picture of the temple without any people in it! But we managed and that put a smile to my face. Only while I was sitting there staring at the temple did the beauty of the architecture struck me; the entire temple carved out of a big rock! It was spectacular.
Ian Reide
This is a picturesque and major tourist destination, to the west of Denpasar. This a five century old Hindu temple, which forms part of the good fortune of the island, bringing rain and a fertile crop to farmers. The temple itself is on a tiny island a few metres off the coast, accessible only at low tide. People come to visit the temple at sunset, where it is a great photo op, and to brave the seas and wade out to the island. Unfortunately, the temple is closed occasionally for refurbishment, which was the case during my visit. :(. Getting there is not difficult, if you have your own bike or car, just head north, lots of signs. Otherwise there are tours and buses. The temple also offers fire dances and other diversity.
Dave Barger
The stone-cut architecture and the stone-age megaliths around the main architectural piece are a sight for not just historians but also intrigued travelers like me. And the ocean splashing its waters upon the shores of the Temple, seems to be like clouds floating amidst God's heavenly abode.
WeSaidGoTravel
I really loved the ocean temple of Tanalot. We were there with many locals who were enjoying the spirit and sea air. At times, you cannot walk up to the temple due to the sea conditions. It is the first temple I have even been to that had a lifebuoy nearby!