Tanah Lot One in a chain seven sea temples along the south-western Bali coast--each established within eyesight of the next--this expansive temple complex is always spectacular, but morning light provides the best photos. Sunset is good, but bus-loads of tourists arrive then and the rock is in shadow. If you’re here then, perhaps the best way to watch the sunset is fortified by a cold beer or refreshing fresh coconut water in one of the bluff-top cafes. Souvenir stalls are plentiful, and hawkers offer interesting items as you walk around. The temple name translates as “small island floating on the sea.”
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