The bali tanah lot and uluwatu tour is a full-day excursion to the tanah lot temple and the uluwatu temple to witness the sunset.
Two ancient holy temples, Tanah Lot and Uluwatu, are included in the Bali Tanah Lot and Uluwatu Tour, which is part of the island's full-day tour packages. You can also see other tourist attractions in the same day that are just as intriguing. Spending time in Bali and visiting the Tanah Lot Temple, as well as taking in the splendor of the Uluwatu Temple sunset, was a really memorable experience. The trip ended with watching the fabled Kecak dance.
The journey begins in the morning when our tour guide picks you up from your hotel. First, you'll visit Taman Ayun Temple, which is surrounded by a lovely garden and fish pond. Next, you'll visit Tanah Lot Temple, which is very charming and distinctive with all of its natural beauty. It can be seen if the sea water is deep, making the temple appear to be floating in the ocean. Then, head to a restaurant for a delicious Indonesian lunch; the Tanah Lot and Uluwatu excursion will follow.
Continue this tour by going to the Padang-Padang beach to admire the beauty of the beach, which is well-known for its white sand, crystal-clear water, and excellent waves for surfing. Here, you can unwind on the beach while admiring the beauty of the beach scenery. Then, go to the Uluwatu temple, which is perched on a rock cliff up to 70 meters from the ground. Finally, take in the stunning sunset over the Indian Ocean.
Continue to the Kecak dance theater to watch a traditional Kecak and fire dance performance for one hour with a plot derived from a section of the Ramayana, which is presented beautifully and will make you happy carried away by the plot. After watching the Kecak dance, we will return to the hotel with a very impressive experience in Bali Tanah Lot and Uluwatu Tour, with a comfortable car and an experienced and friendly tour driver will. This trip will always stand out in my mind.
Taman Ayun Temple, a revered temple with historical significance that was added to the UNESCO cultural heritage in 2002, is situated in the town of Mengwi. I Gusti Agung Putu, the Mengwi ruler, constructed Taman Ayun Temple in 1556 with the intention of worshiping the gods and their various manifestations.
The layout of the temple building, which follows the Tri Mandala concept and consists of three pages, namely the outside courtyard, the middle courtyard, and the inner courtyard, has a significant historical value in terms of the sporadic growth of Badung Regency.
Being able to explore the Taman Ayun temple and its surrounding gardens and temples on this one-day trip of Tanah Lot and Uluwatu was a truly special experience.
A Hindu temple built on a rock in the middle of the sea is called Tanah Lot Temple in Bali. Tanah Lot Temple is the final stop on the Bedugul and Tanah Lot Tour. When the sun is setting, this temple is really lovely. From a number of vantage points, we can see this temple and enjoy stunning ocean and sunset views. When the tide is out, we will find the temple floating on the water since the sea will be all around it. The name Tanah Lot is made up of two syllables, Tanah, which can mean either an island or a reef that resembles a gili. The word lot, or lod, means the sea. As a result, Tanah Lot refers to a small island that floats in the sea. If the sea is particularly deep, this small island will be visible, and it will look as though the Tanah Lot temple is floating in the water—a stunning and quite uncommon sight. Tanah Lot temple is the best option to watch the performance of the wonderful sunset.
Padang Padang Beach is a famous beach vacation spot for both domestic and international tourists because of its white sand and crystal-clear water.
Here, you may unwind while taking in the lovely beach scenery and white sand, and you can also go swimming in the clear water to further enhance the ambience.
Due to its location in the community of Labuan Sait, Padang - Padang beach is sometimes referred to as Labuan Sait. White sand, clean sea, and excellent surfing waves are what make this Padang beach special.
In the Tanah Lot and Uluwatu tours, we will stop by the Padang-Padang beach to view the breathtaking beach panorama.
While you wait for the appropriate time to visit the Uluwatu temple, take in the magnificent view of the sea and a long stretch of white beach.
The Uluwatu Temple is perched atop a rock that rises 70 meters above the Indonesian Ocean. Visiting this temple is Uluwatu Tours' primary destination. Numerous monkeys are running loose along the pathway outside the shrine. At the front is a small forest where hundreds of monkeys live. They are thought to protect the temple from negative forces. On the cliff side, concrete walls fortify the serpentine road to the shrine. There are various fenced locations along the route to stop, so it takes roughly an hour to travel from one end to the other. Amazing views of the ocean's horizon and the bottom of the waves crashing up against rocks may be seen from there. Seeing the splendor of the sunset at the oldest and holiest Hindu temple, Uluwatu Temple, is a remarkable experience. The Indian Ocean in the background creates a relaxing environment.
The stunning traditional dance known as Kecak and Fire Dance, which is based on a passage from the Ramayana, a Hindu epic that finds expression in a variety of ways, was performed close to Uluwatu Temple. On Uluwatu Tours, we will see this dance. In a kecak dance, the gamelan suara, a choir of at least 100 men seated in concentric circles, swaying, standing up, and lying flat as the drama develops, plays the accompanying music.The voices of the storytellers may be heard narrating the unfolding tale among the swaying crowd. All of the members of Cak will contribute sounds to the music created by Akapela. Watch the Uluwatu Kecak dance, a colorful traditional Balinese dance with an intriguing and well-presented plot that will make you feel at home. The show is perfectly timed just in time for this when sunset time. There is no doubt that it will be a memorable trip to the island.
|PICK UP TIME