Tanah Lot Temple, Bali
Tanah Lot Temple, Bali - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Tabanan, Bali 82171, Indonesia
Ticket Price: 60000 IDR
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 07:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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About Tanah Lot Temple, Bali
This natural rock formation is also a home to a pilgrimage temple Pura Tanah lot which is claimed to be a 16th century construction by Dang Hyang Nirartha. The temple is dedicated to Balinese sea gods and is one of the seven seas temples of Balinese coast. It offers a great view of the sea and the rock formations are picturesque. The place also has some souvenir shops and restaurants.
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Tanah Lot Temple Information
- Modest dressing is recommended.
- Peace of religious places should be maintained at all times.
- Hotels, Restaurants, Restrooms are available.
Tanah Lot Temple Ticket Prices
- For adults: 60,000Rp/ person
- For children: 30,000Rp/ person
- 20,000Rp/ person (adult)
- 15,000Rp/ person (children)
Tanah Lot Temple Opening and Closing Hours
- The temple is open daily: 7am – 7pm
- Kecak ‘fire dance’ performance is held daily: 6:30pm
How To reach Tanah Lot Temple by Public Transport
- Hired taxi or rented car.
Restaurants Near Tanah Lot Temple
- Pork Satay
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Great place to Visit. Once you enter the main gate, if you take left, you'd see the main temple of Tanah lot. which is closed at high tide. On the right side, there is another small temple, the rock formation underneath it looks like a tunnel. if you go far right, there are gardens and a cafe. beyond that is the new building being constructed for kecak dance. Don't miss any of these. Explore fully. Even though its almost right in the midst of the sea, the temple has a fresh water spring which is considered Holy. The priests there bless you with flower and put rice on the forehead, once you sprinkle yourself with that holy water.
The temple is gorgeous and is right out in the sea. It is a beautiful place at anytime of the day. You can also venture to the temple during low tide. It can get crowded toward near the edge close to the temple as a lot of people crowd around for photography. Do be careful not to get push off the edge as some tourist can be rowdy. There is also a street full of shops selling souvenirs and sarongs. Do venture to the other opp side of the temple to catch a glimpse of the Indian Ocean as well
Lots of tourists in their natural habitat. You pay an entrance fee and there are plenty of shops around to get all those souvenirs your friends and family back home are desperately awaiting. Must be a nice place when it’s not busy (I wonder when that is).
Entrance fee is 60,000 IDR per person and parking fee (2000 for bike and 5000 for cars). However, you're not allowed to enter the temple itself and have to pay for the toilet (there’s a free toilet near entrance). Beautiful place particularly during low tide and sunset. The site of the temple was wonderful! You can see there one of the most beautiful sunsets. But full of tourists. Make sure you know when the tide will be in so you aren't disappointed when you can't get closer. You can't actually go into the temple area and to even go up the stairs you have to wait in line to be blessed, for a price. Honestly, I've expected better after two hours of driving and 120,000 IDR entrance fee for 2 persons.
The location of this place is amazing, the views are great for photos and there is some rockpooling to see around. The Hindu architecture is beautiful. But I hate how much we were charged to park and to enter. It was 60000 + 20000 to park. Then we had to pay to get into the temple, massive tourist trap.