15 December 2017 | 1 Guests
One of the temples in Bali that will make you chuckle in amazement is Pura Tanah Lot. This temple perched on the rocks that jutted into the open sea is very beautiful when you capture it with camera when sunset.
People who say they’ve been to Bali, but have never visited the Tanah Lot Temple, have never truly been to Bali. The Tanah Lot Temple is situated on a cliff by the sea within Tabanan Regency, specifically in Beraban Village. Beautifully decorated with a white and yellow cloth, the atmosphere of the temple is rather solemn.
After a visit to Tanah Lot, you will be invited to lunch, enjoying an Indonesian traditional food at the Subak restaurant. Then, we will visit the Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK), a giant statue that sits on the Bukit Ungasan Uluwatu area. This statue is a masterpiece from the famous Balinese sculptor, I Nyoman The
supporting facilities around the GWK area is very comprehensive, from a shopping center, an amphitheater, a street theater, a beautiful Garden to relax, a restaurant, an art gallery and a gift shop. In addition to the facilities, at certain hours, you will be served by a variety of dance performances and Balinese music, such as Barong dance, Kecak Dance, ballet, and traditional Balinese music performances.
By the end of the day, we will visit Pandawa Beach, a place with beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters. You can enjoy paddling a canoe and feast on local stalls that serve local cuisines. There are also sculptures carved out of limestones, which are exceptionally gorgeous, making the place a must-visit before you leave. You will enjoy a seafood dinner at Jimbaran Beach.
English speaking guide.
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