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Tanah Lot Temple

Pura Tanah Lot is a Dang Kahyangan temple complex in Beraban village, Kediri district, Tabanan regency, Bali, where a temple is situated on top of a boulder coral beach and the other on cliff. A Hindu temple as a "temple floating in the ocean" to worship the gods guard the sea and be a wonderful place to see the sunset.

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Tanah Lot temple standing on the reef flat angled regularly and only had a space as the interior. The temple was built on the rock of 3 hectares and can be reached within a few minutes' walk, as it is only 20 meters from the beach. In some corners of the reef habitats black and white snake is believed to be sacred and holy beings as property of gods and the guardian of temple from the bad influence.

Temple built by Dang Hyang Nirartha in the 16th century which managed to strengthen the confidence of the people in Bali to Hindu teachings. The complex has a main building to worship the god Varuna or Bhatara Segara as ruler of the sea. Media worship is a five-story building of temple, while the three-storey building in the north to worship Dang Hyang Nirartha.

Odalan is a holy day in the Pura Tanah Lot is celebrated every 210 days, a ritual or ceremony is usually done before the Galungan and Kuningan holy day. The Hindus who came from all over Bali to pray here.

Location: Beraban village, Kediri istrict, Tabanan, Bali.

Activity: Explore ethnography, archeology, architecture, culture and culinary. Seeing sunset and sunrise, hunting photography and videography, and others.

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Complementary facilities: Car parking, restrooms, restaurants, hotels and resorts.

Reach access: 11 km from Tabanan city, 20 km from Denpasar city.

Routes and public transport: All flights to Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar city. Then use the car to Pura Tanah Lot.

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