Intertwined closely with Balinese culture and its tradition, Tanah Lot is one of the most photographed places because of its mesmerising backdrop. Dating back to the 16th century, the temple is perched atop a coastal volcanic rock at the tip of Bukit Peninsula. Being a constant amidst the crashing waves, Tanah Lot is an architectural wonder. It honours the sea God – Baruna through which the temple was originally named as Tengah Lod. Another additional trivia of why this place is also famous is for its crimson Bali sunsets. This place unlocks nature’s most scenic beauty which welcomes all its visitors the satisfying sounds of golden waves crashing against the rocks.