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Idul Fitri at Tanah Lot - Second Day PDF Print E-mail

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Located at the Beraban village, Tabanan regency, Bali 's southwestern coast, Tanah Lot is famous as the place of holiest temples on the island and the sunset above the Indian Ocean. The spectacularly placed Tanah Lot is possibly the best known and most photographed temple in Bali. Every day, Tanah Lot Tourism Object always fulfilled by visitor like domestic tourist and also foreigner. Yesterday is second day of Idul Fitri. Yesterday Tanah Lot Tourism Object visited by 16.866 visitor both domestic and foreigner. If they visiting Tanah Lot Tourism Object, they will doing some activities like taking photograph, sitting down while enjoying the panorama, shoping in art market and any other. If they want to take the picture, there are some best angle in Tanah Lot area such as, from Enjung Galuh, Sunset Terrace, Tanah Lot Temple area, and Batu Bolong area. But tourist usually like to take the picture from Enjung Galuh area. Because from it place, you have seen Tanah Lot Temple so clearly.

 

Every visitor  which visit Tanah Lot Tourism Object usually doing different activities every day. From morning until evening before sunset time. When sunset not happened yet, visitor usually sitting on the rocks in front of Tanah Lot Temple while waiting the sunset. The rocks are favorite place for visitors to having sit while enjoying the panorama or taking the temple photograps. This place also nice location to take photographs with various style with your friend or family. But if sea water is high, this place not recommended by lifeguard team because can be dangerous for visitors.

 

 

 

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Tanah Lot For Idul Fitri Holiday 1435 H PDF Print E-mail

lebaran1Happy Eid Mubarak 1435 H. Idul Fitri is the Islamic holiday that marks the end of the month long fasting of Ramadan. Many Indonesians from Java are return home for the holiday and a large number of domestic tourists are visit Tanah Lot for the holiday. On first day, Monday 28 July , 2014, there are 14.461 visitor in Tanah Lot. Police will be monitoring the massive movement of people leaving and entering Bali through the port of Gilimanuk where ferries connect Bali with Java. Not only there be a high chance of traffic accidents, police fear terrorists might target the holiday period to enter the island of Bali. Generally a good time to avoid travel if possible and many government offices, including immigration, are closed during the period.

In anticipation of Idul Fitri holidays, security officer have tightened security at Tanah Lot to prevent the place from any possible disturbances, including terrorist attacks. The security always keeping everyday, but for Idul Fitri and other holiday are more improved than the ordinary day. Start from entrance ticket gate, checking ticket, along of main road go to the temple, until Tanah Lot temple.

 "We want to ensure the safety and comfort of people who want to travel home for Idul Fitri holidays," said the operational manager of Tanah Lot, Toya Adnyana. Thousands of people return home for Idul Fitri holidays, locally known as the mudik tradition. They usually flock to bus stations, airports and harbors a few days before the holidays.

About 50 personnel include those from the security staff of Tanah Lot operational management,  Tanah Lot police officer, and the Pecalang. "Tanah Lot plays an important role in the Bali island as one of major tourist destination. We have to carry out extra measures to anticipate any security problems, from petty crimes to terrorism," he added.

 
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