Bali’s Temple in the Sea

TRANSKRIP
This small three-acre island is home to one of the most cherished sea temples in Bali.
Tanah Lot translates to Land in the Sea in the Balinese language, which perfectly describes this rock formation and the temple that sits atop it.
It can be found along the southwest coast of Bali and is one of seven ocean temples each of which was built within eye line of the next.
Tanah Lot was built around the 16th century to honor the sea spirits.
It is believed that it is protected by sea serpents.
The rock base that the temple sits on has been reconstructed over time as the original rock had begun crumbling into the ocean.
Visitors are able to access the island via foot during low tide.
However, non Balinese people are not permitted to enter the temple.
This is one of the most visited and photographed temples in Bali, and it is especially busy at sunrise and sunset.
Although, if you intend to visit, don’t bring a date.
It is believed there is a curse on unmarried couples who visit the temple.
Their relationship is doomed.
But this view might just be worth the risk.

TERJEMAHAN
This small three-acre island is home to one of the most cherished sea temples in Bali.
Pulau kecil berukuran sekitar satu setengah hektar ini adalah rumah bagi satu dari candi laut yang paling disukai di Bali.

Tanah Lot translates to Land in the Sea in the Balinese language, which perfectly describes this rock formation and the temple that sits atop it.
Tanah Lot berarti Daratan di Laut dalam bahasa Bali, yang secara tepat menggambarkan formasi batu ini dan candi yang berada di atasnya.

It can be found along the southwest coast of Bali and is one of seven ocean temples each of which was built within eye line of the next.
Tanah Lot bisa ditemukan di pantai barat daya di Bali dan adalah satu dari tujuh candi laut, di mana masing-masing candi dibangun dalam garis mata candi berikutnya.

Tanah Lot was built around the 16th century to honor the sea spirits.
Tanah Lot dibangung sekitar abad ke-16 untuk menghormati roh-roh lautan.

It is believed that it is protected by sea serpents.
Diyakini bahwa Tanah Lot dilindungi oleh ular naga.

The rock base that the temple sits on has been reconstructed over time as the original rock had begun crumbling into the ocean.
Dasar batu tempat candi bertumpu telah direkonstruksi seiring waktu karena batu asalnya telah runtuh ke lautan.

Visitors are able to access the island via foot during low tide.
Pengunjung bisa mengakses pulau ini dengan berjalan kaki ketika laut sedang surut.

However, non Balinese people are not permitted to enter the temple.
Tetapi, warga luar Bali tidak diijinkan untuk memasuki candi.

This is one of the most visited and photographed temples in Bali, and it is especially busy at sunrise and sunset.
Ini adalah satu dari candi yang paling banyak dikunjungi dan difoto di Bali, dan ramai terutama pada saat matahari terbit dan terbenam.

Although, if you intend to visit, don’t bring a date.
Meskipun demikian, jika kamu berniat untuk berkunjung, jangan bawa pacar.

It is believed there is a curse on unmarried couples who visit the temple.
Diyakini akan ada kutukan bagi pasangan yang belum menikah yang mengunjungi candinya.

Their relationship is doomed.
Hubungan mereka akan berakhir.

But this view might just be worth the risk.
Tapi pemandangan ini mungkin sepadan dengan resikonya.