Tanah Lot is a temple located in the south of Tabanan, exactly in Beraban
village, distric of Kediri. Approximately 13 kilometres from Tabanan and 30
kilometres from Denpasar city. Tanah Lot was built in the 16th century by
Danghyang Nirartha, who came from East Java.
This awesome and inspiring temple believed to be the most photographed sights
in Bali. Tanah Lot looks like a floating island if the tide is high, but when
the tide is low, people can walk to the temple. The Tanah Lot temple is guarded
by holy snakes that live in the underground caves nearby. People can not disturb
these snakes because according to the belief, they belong to the God in the
temple of Tanah Lot.
Here in Tanah Lot, at the meeting point of land and sea, Balinese from all
over Bali come to worship. The temple festifal of Tanah Lot is held every
Wednesday Wage Langkir.
(Source : Tabanan Government Tourism and Culture