Experience one of the world’s most exceptional sunsets during your next visit to Bali. A hallowed landmark in the region, the Hindu temple of Tanah Lot is set against a breathtaking panoramic backdrop that lights up with fiery reds, soft pinks and blazing oranges each evening at sunset. The ancient sea temple is perched majestically on an offshore rock that was carved by the ebb and flow of the sea over millennia. Created to worship the sea gods of Dewa Baruna and Bhatara Segara, the shrine is surrounded by legendary sea snakes, which are said to guard the site.
Locally known as Pura Luhur Uluwatu (with Luhur meaning “something of divine origin”), Uluwatu Temple is one of Bali's nine key directional temples and one of the most spectacular ones in the entire island.
Perched majestically on the edge of a steep cliff about 150 m above the sea level, it offers a breathtaking panoramic view overlooking Indian ...
Thousands of religious pilgrims, visitors and photographers crowd the area of the legendary Tanah Lot, the Hindu temple which floats over the sea, built on a rocky island which can only be reached at low tide.
Here, rests a magnificent statue of Garuda Wisnu Kencana, national emblem of Indonesia and, with a height of over 120 metres, one of the tallest monumental statues in the world.
One of six principal religious sites on the island, Pura Luhur Uluwatu is a temple from the X Century built overlooking the sea with a breathtaking view.