During your stay at a family friendly resort in Bali, you can go on a day tour to Tanah Lot, which would offer spectacular vistas that would take your breath away. Located approximately 3 kilometres away from properties such as Nirjhara, it is a journey that would expose the almost-magical ambience of Bali.
One of the most picturesque temples you will come across on your way to Tanah Lot is Taman Ayun, which belongs to the Royal Mengwi Dynasty. It might not be the most kid-friendly location as there is little to no shade from the intense sunlight; however, one cannot neglect the photo-worthy aspects of this beautiful site.
A condensed version of the Ubud Monkey Forest, Alas Kedaton is a unique temple complex with a massive monkey figure that is located in the centre. Here, you will find troupes of monkeys much friendlier than those at the Ubud Monkey Forest.
On your way towards the ocean, you will have to walk through a bust street fringed with restaurants and other vendors. Propped majestically among the crashing waves is a splendid rock formation; it is home to the popular worship site, Pura Tana Lot.
History of Tanah Lot
Tanah Lot is dated back to the 16th century and it contributes to an integral part of Balinese mythology. It is also one of the seven sea temples scattered across the Balinese shoreline.