Guam’s famous Lover’s Cliff, also known as the Lover’s Beg, is a coastal cliff in the northern part of Guam. Legend has it that lovers from Chamorro are here on the cliff, and it is very beautiful. The water beneath the cliffs is crystal clear, and the viewing platform built on the cliffs is a great place to enjoy Tumon Bay. It is one of the best places to watch the Pacific Ocean at sunset. Couples can buy love locks and lock them here, representing the "never separate" and very romantic gestures. The Lovers Cliff Scenic Area consists of a park and a viewing platform. The park is completely free. The viewing requires a $6 ticket. Although it is not cheap, it is still worthwhile. Standing on the double-deck observation, you can get unobstructed views of the magnificent seascape of Tumon Bay.
Lover's Cliff, located in the southern part of Bali, is like a craftsman using a giant axe to slash on the rocks of the sea in Uluwatu. It is said that a pair of young men and women who are in love are obstructed by their parents. Famous lovers cliff.
There is a temple on the top of the cliff, the Uluwatu Temple. The Uluwatu Temple is located on the cliff of the Lover's Cliff. Below the cliff is the choppy Indian Ocean. Built in the 11th century, all built with hard granite facing the rough sea.
Standing on the lover's cliff, listening to the waves hitting the coast, watching the sea blue and deep, the sea breeze rushing in, as if the heavens are about to be one.
Bali's Lover's Cliff, when you listen to the name, feels poetic and artistic, but there is a beautiful love story behind it.
Legend has it that a pair of young men and women fell in love, but they were strongly opposed by their parents. The two men threw themselves in despair.
Slowly, people use this place as a place of faith in love. Couples come here to pray and wish, so that feelings can last forever.
Uluwatu has a sea temple, located on a cliff facing the sea.
When you want to enter the Tanah Lot, you must wear a sarong and a yellow belt. And don't shout loudly
There are many cute little monkeys here, although they look very cute, but they are very naughty, like to grab visitors' hair accessories, glasses and small things,
even slightly Note that the phone case will be snatched away by them.
Tourists love and hate them. In order to take this picture on the observation deck,
sister is risking his life standing next to two monkeys
Fortunately, the monkey gave the face, and actually cooperated with the entire shooting process.
Guam's Lover's Cliff, in fact, has a less cheesy name. Lovers are jealous. It is said to be the name of the Taiwanese? Whose name does not matter, what kind of name does not matter. As long as you know, this scenery is really good. The whole of Guam is dominated by calcareous coral reefs, which are easy to form cliffs. The cliff landscape of Lovers Cliff is the most typical. Why is it called Lovers Cliff, or is it a lover? There must be such a love story. As for how this love story twists and turns, I am not Baidu. Anyway, now it has become a honeymoon holy place. Just like the Chinese Valentine's Day, it is the same as the Chinese Valentine's Day. The content is not important, the important thing is the market demand. . . . Its not important to have a beautiful story. Whats important is that its really beautiful. Just like when I went there, I saw the rainbow without seeing the rain, and there was a bright moon at the top of my head. At this time, the sun is still on the West Coast and will not leave. I thought this cloud, this curved rainbow is so beautiful. Anyway, at sunset on this cliff at an altitude of 123 meters (which I think would have been wonderful), you will never be disappointed.
Located in the northern part of Guam, Lover's Cliff is a geological landscape with cliffs and cliffs due to the steepness of the calcareous coral reefs into the sea. The beautiful double-decker gazebo on the cliff has a good viewing angle and stands on the observation deck to enjoy the beauty of the Philippine Sea and Tumon Bay. There is also a lover's clock on the lover's cliff, which was given by Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan. It is said that couples only need to ring the clock three times together, and when they are three, they can break all the curses that hold the marriage.