Sunset at Tanah Lot Temple, Bali
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Sunset at Tanah Lot Temple, Bali

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The Tanah Lot Temple in Bali, Tabanan District, is Bali's most visited tourist attraction. The Temple sits on a small rock 30m off the coast. But visitors are not allowed to enter. Instead you will be blessed by a Balinese priest at the entrance stairs to the Temple.  Tanah Lot has a spectacular view on sunsets.

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A: Tanah Lot : Bali Temple On The Rock

by Gregory Panayotou, 10 meters away

Tanah Lot : Bali Temple On The Rock

B: Sunset at Tanah Lot

by Andrey Ilyin, 30 meters away

Sunset at Tanah Lot

C: Pura Tanah Lot

by Gregory Panayotou, 30 meters away

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D: Tanah lot. After the ceremony.

by Andrey Ilyin, 40 meters away

Tanah lot. After the ceremony.

E: Promenade at Tanah Lot

by Gregory Panayotou, 120 meters away

Promenade at Tanah Lot

F: Pura Tanah Lot Cliffs

by Gregory Panayotou, 130 meters away

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G: Tanah Lot Beach Bali

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Tanah Lot Temple Beach, one of many must visited place in Bali. Perfect place to enjoy the sunset.

Tanah Lot Beach Bali

H: A small temple on Tanah Lot Cliffs

by Gregory Panayotou, 270 meters away

A small temple on Tanah Lot Cliffs

I: Ago Ago

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J: Sunset at Tanah Lot, BALI

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