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Explore the Cultural Heritage of Bali: Tanah Lot & Uluwatu Tour

Tanah Lot

Duration

10 hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

5 people

Languages

English

Overview

Interesting Tanah Lot and Uluwatu

The Bali Tanah Lot and Uluwatu Tour is an interesting combination of tourist attractions that allows visitors to explore the western and southern areas of the island of Bali. The tour includes visits to some of the most popular tourist spots, such as Taman Ayun Temple, Tanah Lot Temple, Uluwatu Temple, and a performance of the Kecak and Fire Dance.

The beauty of the Taman Ayun Temple

The journey will start from visiting Taman Ayun Temple, you will see the temple area with unique Balinese architecture. This temple architecture is the main attraction of the Taman Ayun tourist spot. The meaning of the word Taman Ayun when translated into Indonesian, means a beautiful garden. It is true, around the Taman Ayun temple area is surrounded by neat and beautiful gardens. In addition to gardens, at Taman Ayun temple there is also a pond and in some ponds there are lotus flowers and ponds surrounding all areas around the temple. Therefore, to be able to enter the temple area from the vehicle parking lot, visitors will pass a bridge to get to the temple entrance. The royal family used the pond surrounding the temple area for recreation with small boats during the royal era. However, a fence now surrounds the pool area and visitors cannot access it.

Incredible Tanah Lot Temple

The next stop on the tour will be the Tanah Lot Temple, which is one of the most important temples for Balinese Hindus. The location of the temple is on a large rock off the coast. This beauty makes it a popular tourist icon on the island of Bali and a must-visit tourist attraction. Tourists often visit the Tanah Lot Temple for walks, photos, or relaxation. However, entry to the area inside the temple, reserved for Hindu prayers, is prohibited.

The Tanah Lot Temple belongs to the Kahyangan Jagat Temple complex in Bali and serves as a place to worship the guardian deity of the sea. Visitors can also see the Pura Batu Bolong temple, which is visible from the Tanah Lot beach. It’s located on a cliff jutting into the sea, similar to the tourist attraction of Pura Luhur Uluwatu Bali. The coral cliff connects Batu Bolong temple to the mainland and its shape is like a curved bridge. There is also a hole under the cliff area.

After enjoying the view of Tanah Lot, the tour driver will take you for a lunch break at a nearby restaurant. If needed, the driver can recommend good local restaurants to enjoy the lunch. Once lunch has been finished, the visiting of Uluwatu Temple will continue.

Experience the best sunset view at Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple in Bali holds the status as a Sad Kahyangan Jagat Temple, acting as a support for the wind axis of the island of Bali. The distance is 43 km from Tanah Lot Temple. A coral hill located about 97 meters above sea level houses Uluwatu, meaning “the peak of the rock” in Sanskrit because of its location on a rock cliff.

The Luhur Uluwatu temple offers both sacred atmosphere and beautiful scenery for visitors. In contrast to the scenery at the Tanah Lot temple attraction, visitors to the Luhur Uluwatu temple will see the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean with waves hitting the foot of the cliff. In addition, visitors can also enjoy the beautiful sunset view without any obstacles blocking the view.

Tourists who don’t bring food or drinks don’t need to worry as there are many stalls selling food and drinks around this holiday area. Visitors can also easily find many restaurants that serve a variety of food or drink menus at varying prices. For those who want to stay around the Uluwatu tourist sites, there are also many accommodations available with various types, ranging from jasmine classes, villas, to five-star hotels.

The traditional performance of the Kecak and Fire Dance

Enjoy the Kecak and Fire Dance near Uluwatu temple at sunset. The Uluwatu Kecak Dance is performed by 50-100 dancers, and the performers sit in a circle while wearing black and white sarongs. Most of the Kecak dancers are men and the performances usually tell stories from the Ramayana. Male dancers shouting to each other produce the Kecak dance hallmark, the repetition of the sound “cak, cak, cak.” The Uluwatu Kecak dance perfomance takes place in the afternoon, prior to sunset, specifically between 18.10 and 19.00 Bali time. An outdoor stage holds the dance show with a stunning sunset as the backdrop, resulting in a breathtaking performance.

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10.00 - Pick-Up at the Hotel

Please meet your tour driver at the lobby Hotel

11.00 - Visit Taman Ayun Temple
11.00 - Visit Taman Ayun Temple

Taman Ayun Temple is a beautiful temple complex located in Mengwi, in the Badung Regency of Bali, Indonesia. The temple is surrounded by a large moat and lush gardens, creating a serene and peaceful atmosphere.

The temple was built in the 17th century by the King of Mengwi and was originally used as a family temple. The complex consists of several courtyards, each with its own unique features and structures.

The first courtyard is the largest and is home to the main temple and several smaller shrines. The temple is beautifully decorated with intricate carvings and sculptures that depict scenes from Hindu mythology. The second courtyard is a smaller, more intimate space that is surrounded by a small moat and features several smaller shrines and pavilions.

One of the highlights of Taman Ayun Temple is the central courtyard, which is home to a beautiful lotus pond and several large meru towers. The meru towers are multi-tiered structures that are used for religious ceremonies and offerings.

Visitors to Taman Ayun Temple can take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful gardens and explore the various structures and courtyards. It is a great spot for photographers and anyone interested in Balinese culture and architecture.

Overall, Taman Ayun Temple is a must-visit destination for anyone exploring Bali. It offers visitors a chance to experience Bali's rich cultural heritage in a beautiful and serene setting.

13.00 - Visit Tanah Lot Temple
13.00 - Visit Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali's most famous landmarks and is located in the Tabanan Regency of Bali, Indonesia. The temple is perched on a rocky outcrop in the middle of the sea, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.

The temple was built in the 16th century and is dedicated to the Balinese sea gods. The main shrine of the temple is located on top of the rocky outcrop, and visitors can only access it during low tide.

Aside from the main temple, the Tanah Lot complex also includes several other smaller shrines, gardens, and pavilions. The temple complex is surrounded by a beautiful beach and stunning views of the ocean, making it a popular spot for photographers and nature lovers.

Visitors to Tanah Lot Temple can take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful gardens and explore the various structures and shrines. The temple also hosts several cultural events and ceremonies throughout the year, giving visitors a chance to experience Bali's rich cultural heritage.

Tanah Lot Temple is best visited during sunset when the temple is bathed in a golden glow. It is a great spot to watch the sunset and take in the stunning views of the ocean and surrounding landscape.

Overall, Tanah Lot Temple is a must-visit destination for anyone exploring Bali. It offers visitors a chance to experience Bali's unique blend of religion, culture, and natural beauty in a stunning and memorable setting.

14.30 - Having Lunch

Having Lunch at local restaurant, feel the local food taste

16.30 - Visit Uluwatu Temple
16.30 - Visit Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple is a beautiful Hindu temple located on a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean in the Bukit Peninsula of Bali, Indonesia. It is one of the six key temples in Bali, and its stunning location makes it one of the most popular tourist destinations on the island.

The temple was built in the 11th century and is dedicated to the god of the sea, Dewa Baruna. The temple complex includes several shrines and pavilions, all of which are intricately decorated with carvings and sculptures depicting scenes from Hindu mythology.

One of the highlights of Uluwatu Temple is its stunning location. Perched atop a 70-meter high cliff, the temple offers visitors breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and the surrounding coastline. The temple is also home to a large colony of monkeys, which are considered sacred and are believed to protect the temple from evil spirits.

Visitors to Uluwatu Temple can take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful temple complex and enjoy the stunning ocean views. In the evenings, traditional Balinese dance performances are held at the temple, providing visitors with a unique and memorable cultural experience.

As with many temples in Bali, visitors to Uluwatu Temple are required to wear a sarong and sash as a sign of respect. Sarongs and sashes are available for rent at the temple entrance.

Overall, Uluwatu Temple is a must-visit destination for anyone exploring Bali. It offers visitors a chance to experience Bali's rich culture and natural beauty in a stunning and unforgettable setting.

18.00 - Watching Kecak and Fire Dance
18.00 - Watching Kecak and Fire Dance

The Kecak and Fire Dance is a traditional Balinese dance performance that is held in the Uluwatu Temple complex in Bali, Indonesia. The dance is performed by a group of over 50 men, who chant "cak" and wave their arms in synchronized movements, while telling the story of the Ramayana through dance.

The performance takes place at sunset and is set against the stunning backdrop of the Indian Ocean. As the sun sets, the dance becomes more intense and the chanting grows louder, creating a dramatic and mesmerizing atmosphere.

Towards the end of the performance, a large wooden structure is set alight, symbolizing the battle between good and evil. The flames from the fire dance against the darkening sky, creating a stunning visual spectacle.

The Kecak and Fire Dance is one of Bali's most popular cultural performances and is a must-see for anyone visiting the island. It offers visitors a chance to experience Bali's rich cultural heritage and witness a unique and unforgettable performance in a stunning and dramatic setting.

The dance is held daily at the Uluwatu Temple complex and can be combined with a visit to the temple itself, making for a memorable and culturally rich day trip.

19.00 - Back To The Hotel

20.00 - Arrive at the Hotel

Included/Excluded

  • Private car with Airconditioned
  • English speaking driver
  • Patrol/Gasoline
  • Parking fee
  • A Bottle of Mineral Water
  • Entrance fee
  • Lunch
  • Soft Drink

Tour's Location

Tanah Lot

Notes


  • The tour price does not include lunch and entrance fee

  • Private Tours means no other participants will be sharing the car/minibus, just you and your companion

  • The Tour will assisted by English Speaking Tours Driver

  • Please let us know if you need a private tour guide

  • The price already includes 21% Government tax and services

  • Payment in cash can be made when you start, or at the end of the trip each day to our driver

  • Bank transfer/credit card payment must be done in advance

  • Payment with other currencies will be converted based on daily exchange rate

Area Cover For Pick-Up


  • Ngurah Rai Airport, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu, Jimbaran, Nusadua, Benoa, Pecatu, Sanur, Denpasar, Ubud.

  • Please contact us, if you stay in different area covered for pick up

How To Book Our Tour


  • Please fill up the Tour Inquiry form provided

  • We will reply as soon as possible after receiving your Tour Inquiry

  • If there is a problem with our booking system, we provide alternative contact for reservations or bookings to our email at info@balitourvoyage.com or WhatsApp Us : +6281805671909

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