Tanah Lot Temple Half Day Tour

Trip Information


IDR 550,000/car

Max. Guests per car

6 Guests


Approx. 5 hours (Not including Kecak Dance and dinner)

Additional Notes

  • IDR 125,000/car per additional hour.

  • Tickets to attractions and meals are not provided.


Meeting Point

08:30 AM / 01:00 PM at the Resort Lobby



Mineral Water Bottle


  • Taman Ayun Temple

    Located in Mengwi subdistrict, this huge temple of Mengwi kingdom is surrounded by a wide man-made moat built in 1634. The outermost courtyard is embellished with open grassy expanse used for dance performances and cockfighting. The middle courtyard is marked high wooden split bell (Kulkul) tower. The outermost and the middle courtyard is separated by open gate while the middle courtyard and the innermost courtyard is separated by closed gate. The innermost courtyard has a lot of multi-tiered shrines (Meru). Visitors are only allowed to see the shrines from an outer pathway. Admission ticket: IDR 15,000/person.

  • Alas Kedaton / Monkey Forest

    Alas Kedaton is a protected forest area of approximately 12 hectares. Within the forest area, you will view lush tropical trees, grey monkeys and flying foxes. You can also find a temple called the Alas Kedaton temple within the forest. This forest is situated at Kukuh village, Marga, Tabanan. Admission ticket: IDR 20,000/person.

  • Tanah Lot Temple

    Tanah Lot is a Balinese Hindu Temple perched on the rock, and seawater encircles it during high tide. Here, you can view one of the most magnificent sunsets Bali has to offer in late afternoon. Several points of interest can be visited at the temple area. A sea snakes dwelling inside the cave , right in front of temple can be visited with a small donation. Locals believe that they are holy snakes that guards the temple. Admission ticket: IDR 30,000/person.

  • Kecak Dance at 18:30 PM

    A Kecak performance is very simple. The men’s chorus chants the words Cak ke-cak ke-cak ke-cak ke-cak ke-cak in a melodious rhythm, over and over again. For this reason, they are called the Kecak or Cak dance. The Kecak dance consists of about fifty men wearing only a loin-cloth and their upper bodies are left bare. They form concentric circles, encircling a coconut oil lamp. The Kecak dance is performed for a dance drama and the story is taken from the Ramayana epic. Admission ticket: IDR 100,000/person.

  • Dinner at Melasti Restaurant

    Enjoy one of the finest seafood restaurants in Tanah Lot.