I know I have the propensity to cram a gazillion photographs into my posts but at times a single shot (or two) suffice to convey the full experience.
Located on the coastal side of the Beraban countryside in Bali, Tanah Lot is a picture-perfect rock formation and home to a quaint Hindu temple that’s a popular Balinese worship and pilgrimage site. It boasts some of Southeast Asia‘s most spectacular sunsets and is one of Bali’s most archetypal sacred sites.
It was only a few 5-minute ride from my home in Canggu Beach (lucky me 😉 so I needed no coaxing to make a temporary leave of absence from my paradise hideaway to take a meditative walk along this stunning coastline and bask in the shimmering light of one Bali’s trademark blazing sunsets.
9 thoughts on “Sunset at Tanah Lot”
I hope it’s cool to snorkel there, would love that.
Judgin from your other picture, there seems to be some tourists there. Were there a lot? Or was it because of the holidays? Hope to be there when there are less people.
I’m not rich, but I would definitely go there off season. Thanks for the tip!
If only I could afford it, I would quit my job and travel the world with you Ndoema.. would be fun!
I’ve never been to Indonesia, but I have been to Malaysia. You make me want to go back to the tropics again 🙁
Is it affordable traveling to Bali? I’m on a student budget 😛
I will definitely remember Tanah Lot the next time my sister and I think of going on vacation. Thanks for sharing! I love reading about your travels.
Did you happen to go swimming too?