The temple is located at Tabanan Regency which is a 15-kilometer drive west of Bali’s capital, Denpasar.
A unique fact about this Bali temple is that it is situated above the coral reefs of Beraban Beach thus travelers can easily explore the site while gazing at the sunset.
The Tanah Lot Temple is at an idyllic beachfront location which is another reason why tourists love to flock to this tourist destination in Indonesia.
2. Besakih Temple
The second Bali temple you should not miss is the Besakih Temple which is also known as the “Mother of Temples.”
Being situated on a plateau with one side facing Mount Agung gives it its interesting characteristic.
The best time to visit this temple in Bali is in March or April where colorful religious ceremonies are performed during those months.
The entry fee for domestic travelers is $2.73 (Rp 40,000) while foreign tourists pay a fee of $4.10 (Rp 60,000).