TANAH LOT

ONE DAY TRIP TO TANAH LOT

TANAH LOT & ULUNDANU PRIVATE TOUR
08.00AM – 5PM BACK TO HOTEL

PRICES
* USD 30/ person (booking min.2 person)
* USD 25/person 3 person ++

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INCLUDE:TOUR NOT INCLUDED
Pickup n drop hotel
Private Car/Driver as Guide
AC
Petrol
English Speaking Driver
mineral water
Parking Fee
Breakfest
Lunch ( Driver only bring you to the restaurant )
Entrance Ticket Destination ( Payment on the spot )
Personal Expenses (shopping, etc)

INQUIRY ACTIVITIES
– Ulundanu Temple
– Jatiluwih Rice Terrace
– Bali Coffee Plantation
– Taman Ayun Temple
– Tanah Lot Temple sunset

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Cash Payment

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  • Payment is on the day itself with our driver
  • Payment with other currency will convert based on daily exchange rate

Confirmation:
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Terms & Conditions:
Full refunds will be issued for cancelations made at least 24 hours prior to the activity.

Hotel pick up and drop

Seminyak, Canggu, Kuta, Legian, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Denpasar, Jimbaran, Tabanan and Ubud. Pick up services from locations not mentioned above (such as Lovina, Candidasa, Amed, etc.,) are not available due to the distance
Kindly wait at the hotel lobby 5 minutes before the pick up time and present your confirmation voucher to your driver before departure

TANAH LOT

anah Lot means “Land [in the] Sea” in the Balinese language. Located in Tabanan, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Denpasar, the temple sits on a large offshore rock which has been shaped continuously over the years by the ocean tide.

Tanah Lot is claimed to be the work of the 16th-century Dang Hyang Nirartha. During his travels along the south coast he saw the rock-island’s beautiful setting and decided to rest there. Some fishermen saw him, and bought him gifts. Nirartha then spent the night on the little island. Later he spoke to the fishermen and told them to build a shrine on the rock, for he felt it to be a holy place to worship the Balinese sea gods.[3] The main deity of the temple is Dewa Baruna or Bhatara Segara, who is the sea god or sea power and these days, Nirartha is also worshipped here.

The Tanah Lot temple was built and has been a part of Balinese mythology for centuries. The temple is one of seven sea temples around the Balinese coast. Each of the sea temples was established within eyesight of the next to form a chain along the south-western coast. In addition to Balinese mythology, the temple was significantly influenced by Hinduism.

At the base of the rocky island, venomous sea snakes are believed to guard the temple from evil spirits and intruders. The temple is purportedly protected by a giant snake, which was created from Nirartha’s selendang (a type of sash) when he established the island.

TAMAN AYUN TEMPLE

Taman Ayun Temple is a landmark in the village of Mengwi, Badung regency, located 17km northwest of Denpasar. This temple complex boasts magnificent traditional architectural features throughout its courtyards and enclosures as well as expansive garden landscapes comprised of lotus and fish ponds. The temple was built circa 1634 by the then ruler of the Mengwi kingdom, Tjokerda Sakti Blambangan, with Chinese architectural inspirations, and underwent a significant restoration project in 1937. Towering tiers from the temple shrines make up most of the profile of Taman Ayun and are a gesture of the people of Mengwi’s reverence to their deified noble ancestors, for the temple complex is considered the ‘mother temple’ of Mengwi. The Taman Ayun Temple was to serve as a main site of worship among the Mengwi people who need not travel too far to the main large temples, the likes of the Besakih ‘mother temple’ in Karangasem, Batukaru Temple in Tabanan, or Batur Temple in Kintamani. It also served as a unifying symbol among the Mengwi royalty and the people.

ALAS KEDATON

Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest and Sanctuary (‘Obyek Wisata Alam Alas Kedaton’ in its local designation) is located in the village of Kutuh in the district of Marga, Tabanan, approximately 25km northeast of Denpasar, the island’s provincial capital city, and 4.5km from Tabanan. The small forest of 12ha is inhabited by hundreds of grey long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis). Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest is easily regarded as the island’s ‘other monkey forest’ after the most prominent and often visited Ubud Monkey Forest with its band of monkeys. Kedaton is rather off the beaten track as it is located quite far from the main tourist destinations of the island.