Tanah Lot temple is breathtaking. It’s an art of building. The beautiful temple against the splashing of the waves was really a sight to behold. This is one of the more popular tourist destinations in Bali and for good reasons. The entrance fee is a lot more here, it’s 30,000 Indonesian Rupiah. This is also the place to shop for souvenirs.
On our way to the temple, you’ll find a lot of stores left and right. There’s even a Billabong and Crocs store on site. You can bargain for goods here. We bought a few sarongs here for only 80 pesos, that’s the lowest we can bargain. I also bought a sando for 80 pesos or 20,000 Indonesian Rupiah. This and the Sukuwati market are the only place I would recommend to buy souvenirs.
You walk a bit to get to the beach. When you can smell the ocean, you know it’s near.
The traditional Bali gate.
The waves splashing through the rocks. This was the calm before the waves. The majestic temple against the waves.
There are even a couple who braved the waves to take pictures of her bride.
My friend was hungry so she ate at one of the stands and we did a little more shopping. ^