Tanah Lot Sunset Tour

Tanah Lot Sunset Tour is one of the most popular Bali Half Day Tour Packages where trips will explore the western part of the island of Bali. The tour will start at 2:00 a.m. from your hotel, we will direct you to visit Taman Ayun Temple, this temple complex offers exceptional traditional architectural features throughout the courtyard and its cover and a vast garden landscape consisting of lotus ponds and fish ponds. Then the next goal is to visit the Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest, it is one of the most famous sacred monkey forest sanctuaries in Bali. This forest includes 6.4 hectares inhabited by monkeys, large bats and temples in the forest. Then our last trip was to visit Tanah Lot Temple, this Balinese Hindu temple has incredible natural beauty, standing on solid sea stones and Tanah Lot at sunset is the best view that can be enjoyed when visiting this famous tourist attraction in Bali. Before returning to your hotel, we will serve your dinner at a local restaurant near the temple, the tour will be very convenient by transferring our personal AC car and to maintain your comfort and pleasant trip, our professional tour drivers who always offer excellent service with information you need.

Places of Interest will be visiting during Tanah Lot Sunset Tour :

Taman Ayun Temple

Taman Ayun Temple is one of the most popular places in Bali to become the main place of worship among Mengwi people. It also functions as a unifying symbol among the Mengwi nobles and the people. The high level of the temple makes most of the profile of the temple and is a signal from the Mengwi people to their noble ancestors, because the temple complex is considered as the temple of Mengwi's mother. Taman Ayun Temple complex consists of four different divisions, one rank higher than the other. The first is called Jaba or the outer division, only accessible through one entrance and footpath above the pool. Inside, near the entrance there is a small guard temple and on the right is a large wantilan hall where communal meetings take place. To the east of the courtyard is a small temple called Pura Dalem Bekak, while in its western corner there is an eight meter high wooden bell tower known to the locals as Bale Kulkul. The fourth and final court is considered the most sacred, so it occupies the highest ranking. This is referred to as the Main Mandala. The intricately ornamented central gate is only open during the ceremony, as an entrance for sanctified heirlooms and other ceremonial equipment. The other gate located east is for daily access. Several levels with different lines and sizes rise to the skyline of the temple. The three temple bases show three cosmological levels known by Balinese Hinduism, namely the human world, the world of the gods and the gods, and the highest divine level. The name Taman Ayun translates as a beautiful garden. Swirling pools were once a royal recreation area for palace servants who would sail small boats. Now the pond and pond are fenced off and visitors are refused entry.

Alas Kedaton

Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest is one of the most popular places of interest in Bali located in Kutuh Village in Marga district, Tabanan, about 25 km northeast of Denpasar and 4.5 kilometers from Tabanan Regency. So theoretically, it must be considered part of Mengwi, but in reality the Tabanan royal family has developed the greatest influence on this temple. In the forest there is a namesake temple, usually referred to as Pura Dalem Kahyangan Kedaton. This vast complex is located in the middle of a dense forest. The path that surrounds the moss-lined temple walls provides a pleasant tour, while many places to stop and see high-waisted obstacles that provide views of the temple courtyard. This temple was built by the Hindu high priest, Mpu Kuturan, to unite the islands of the Hindu sect, combining them into the Balinese Hindu we know today. The concept of the high priest allows anyone from any caste or sect to pray at the Alas Kedaton temple. Long-tailed monkeys in Bali are considered sacred. Likewise the pile of flying foxes enlarged through the misty forest attic. Thus, villagers, shop owners, village guides and visitors are forbidden to hurt them, no matter how bad or aggressive they are. Large open spaces, dense forests and interesting temples make Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest a valuable visit, without even having to see wildlife. Pura Dalem Kahyangan commemorates piodalan for every Anggara Kasih on Tuesday on the Pawukon Bali calendar, or about 20 days after the Galungan celebration.

Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali's Hindu temples on a rock located in the middle of the sea. This temple is very beautiful especially at sunset. We can see this temple from several spot spots with spectacular sea and sunset views. We will find temples floating above sea water when the water rises because this temple will be surrounded by sea water. The word Tanah Lot consists of two words, namely the word Tanah is defined as a coral that resembles a gili or island. Dang Hyang Nirartha, a high priest from the Majapahit Kingdom in East Java who traveled to Bali in 1489 to spread Hinduism, arrived in a beautiful area and set up a site in honor of the sea god, Baruna. Here, he shared his teachings with the villagers of Beraban, only to face opposition from the village head who immediately gathered loyal followers to drive Nirartha away. The priest refused, greatly shifting the large stone he was contemplating into the sea while turning his belt into a sea snake to be kept at the bottom. The original name of the rocks, Tengah Lod, means at sea. Acknowledging Nirartha's strength, the humble head swore loyalty. Before leaving, Nirartha gave him the dagger of the holy kris, which is now among the sacred heirs of the royal palace of Kediri. Pilgrims bring these relics every day in Kuningan on foot with a pilgrimage of 11 km to the Luhur Pakendungan temple, where former pastors meditate.