Tanah Lot tour is one of Bali half day tour packages that make your journey unforgettable with stunning sunset backdrop. Tanah lot temple is situated in 30 Km in west side of Denpasar town. The temple built on the rock has 3 acre size. It is just 20 meters from the coastal lip. Tanah lot temple in Bali is very well known among the tourism area with spectacular view of sunset. The word of Tanah Lot is consisted of two words that are Tanah word interpreted as a reef looking like Gili or isle. Lot or Lod word has meaning the sea. So Tanah Lot is meaning the small island floating on the sea. The location is now called as Tanah Lot has been used at a Megalithic period as a place that looked into holy, proven from the existence of menhir. According to environmental condition, hence the structure of Tanah Lot Temple is built at irregular reef plain of its angle which is only consisted of one plain yard as Jeroan. Inside the actual temple compound itself there are tiered shrines that follow the fundamental elements of Balinese design where the number of levels constructed are symbolic to the complexities of the faith. There are other formations within the area to indicate that the site is not only of great religious importance, but also maintains archaeological value. Temple nestled in the ocean has a ritual or ceremony which takes place every 6 months or 210 days. In order to know the status of Tanah Lot Temple can be realized from the temple history, function and also incoming devotee existence pray when temple ceremony is held. In this case can be realized that Tanah Lot Temple as dang Kahyangan (the big Holy Temples in Bali), because the history and the Penyiwi (The people taking care of the temple) are from the local people from Tabanan regency and surrounding area Tanah Lot Temple as Segara Temple, because its function as sanctum to worship the Bhatara Segara, the God with manifestation as the ocean Power Deity.
Depart 14 : 00 Return 20 : 00
Duration 6 Hrs
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Visit Tanah Lot unforgettable with stunning sunset backdrop Tanah lot temple in Bali is very well known among the tourism area with spectacular view of sunset. Choose the best spot as possible and be ready with your phone or camera to take memorable sunset on our paradise island
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