Things You Can Do Here
- Marvel at the Royal temple complex and gardens of Pura Taman Ayun. Enjoy the lush gardens and see the serenity of this water temple.
- Don’t forget to bring your camera or power bank as this is one of the best photography opportunity while you’re in Bali.
- See playful monkeys in the Kedaton Monkey Forest swinging from the treetops to approach you during this half day temple tour.
- Enjoy this Tanah Lot Sunset Tour at discounted price, and with easy return transfer to your Bali hotel.
- Want more? Don’t forget to join the Uluwatu Kecak tour too to complete your cultural experience of Bali.
- Have a question about the Tanah Lot Sunset Tour? Check the tour info below for more background information about the attraction.
Tanah Lot Bali
- Tanah Lot is a Hindu temple 1 hour ( 22km ) away from Kuta or 1 hour and a half from Ubud (33 km away).
- Meaning the “Land in the Sea” in the Balinese language, the Tanah Lot Sea Temple is one of Bali’s 6 key temples, believed to protect the island from evil spirit.
- The temple (or Pura) is also Bali’s most picturesque, a photographic icon and is in the bucket list of most first time travellers to the island.
- Locals believed that venomous sea snakes and a giant snake live in the base of the rocky island, to guard the temple from evil spirits and intruders.
- A third of Tanah Lot’s rock is actually man-made artificial rocks, created using a Japanese government fund.
- During this tour, you’ll arrive in the Tanah Lot before sunset, which is around 5:30 pm. You’ll stay here until the end of your trip (around 8 pm) before a return transfer to your hotel.
Pura Taman Ayun Temple
- Pura Taman Ayun Temple is a Hindu royal temple 1 hour ( 25km ) north of Kuta.
- Means beautiful garden in Balinese language, the Taman Ayun temple is opened daily and has better facilities for travellers.
- This Balinese temple was built in the 1634 by the then ruler of the Mengwi kingdom and is famous for its Chinese architectural inspirations, garden with water features.
- The temple was once only accessible for the royals in the 17th century.
- This is your first pit stop during your Tanah Lot sunset tour.
From Kuta City Center