Tanah Lot Temple is built on a rock around 300 metres from the coast, and is one of Bali's pura segara seven sea temples, each of which is said to be visible from the next, forming a protective spiritual chain around the island. The silhouette of the Tanah Lot Temple at sunset is an emblem of Bali, so it is not to be missed!
You can make the most of your visit to discover the waterfall on the beach as well as the holy water cave below the temple. You can also visit other temples such as Pura Batu Bolong, located on a rock in the sea that is connected to the shore by means of a natural bridge. At 7 pm the fire dance show known as kecak also begins closeby.