Bali, part 3: Visiting Tanah Lot

I had been recommended that Pura Tanah Lot was a “must see” while visiting Bali, so I decided that was something I wanted to do. Via someone I know, I got in touch with a private driver, Dodi (he asked me to mention him on my blog!), who drove me there. Dodi was a funny guy, who had been to Norway and described it a freezingly cold country. Which is understandable, knowing how warm Bali is.

Pura Tahah Lot is a temple built on a rock formation in the sea, and is one of seven sea temples around the Balinese coast. On the coast before it there’s a sort of village, and you have to pay to get into this village. You then have to go through a market before finally arriving at the temple.

The temple is fascinating and beautiful, and I’m really glad I went!

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The entrance of Tanah Lot.
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Inside Tanah Lot.
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Entrance to the temple site.
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Pura Tanah Lot.
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Temple stairs…
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Photo: Hidden in a Book © 2017

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