Saturday, May 30, 2009

Tanah Lot

The 16th century Hindu temple locates on a huge rock sorrounded by water during the high tide, beautifull as well during low tide as we can walk around the temple. The temple was used by a holy saint from Java to teach the local people Hinduism, underneath the temple, there is a fountain considered holy by the people and in the cave across the temple, a sea snake shelter considered as the protector of the temple. Best time to come is during the sunset time as one the nicest places to see it

 
 
 


3 comments:

  1. Hi Yandeardana,

    Thank you for posting this blog about Tanah Lot. It's a beautiful place in Bali, one of my favourites.

    I have been couple times in Bali and I am just curious to know the name of that 'snack' or 'dessert' sold at the walk way from car park to Pura Tanah Lot. It is steamed greenish and brownish rice-flour ball, thumb size, hand-mix with shredded fresh coconut when sold and inside is melted coconut sugar which I think is very nice.

    I have tried to find its name on Google but not succeed.

    Thank you in advance for your reply and if you can post a story about it would be very appreciated.

    Tony

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  2. The Balinese name it "KLEPON", famous cake made of rice, pandan leave for the colour, brown sugar, a litle bit salt and grated coconut

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