Tanah Lot is one of unique temples in Bali, where it was built on big rock formation in coastal of Beraban Village, Kediri District, Tabanan Regency.
Most of visitors prefer to visit the temple when low tide so that they can get a chance to explore around the rock formation.
Otherwise, the visitors don’t want to visit the temple in high tide time because they don’t get an access to explore around it.
The following are some facts about high tide time in Tanah Lot that you should know.
Looks like a Small Island in the Sea
When high tide, the temple on the rock formation will look like a small island in the sea. Whole of the sea water really covers coral rock around the side.
You maybe just see sea waves which come to crash the rock formation. The waves are big and high, sometimes also small.
No Access to The Temple Area
As above, the visitors will not get an access to the temple area if the sea water is high tide because of covered by the sea water.
The prayers must even wait for sea water becomes receded so that they can cross from coastal to rock formation.
Sea Water Usually Recede in Late Afternoon
The situation of the sea water in Tanah Lot is uncertain. In a few observations, the sea water usually starts to recede in late afternoon.
The access usually looks appearing and opened for the visitors so that many peoples prefer to visit in the late afternoon for low tide.
Meanwhile, Tanah Lot also offers the best scenery in late afternoon as a sunrise view that appear and may impress eyes.