Legend has it that in 1546 a roving priest by the name of Danghyang Nirartha arrived in Bali from neighbouring Java. Obviously ferry-adverse, it is said he crossed the water between the two islands on the leaf of a keluwih tree and landed near Negara. From Negara he travelled over much of Bali, having temples and shrines built along the way. In the case of Tanah Lot, he spied the small rock ... Read more about Tanah Lot .
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