Hotel Mambruk Anyer

Address: P.O. Box 10, Serang, Java, 42466, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 10, Serang, is near National Monument (MONAS), Sultan Palace, National Museum, and Karimunjawa.
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      Borobudur Temple and Ramayana Ballet

      A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 08, 2014

      1 comment, 57 photos

      ... and all the details in their costumes. It was amazing to see how well they portrayed the different emotions with just a gesture or facial expression. At one point, there were almost 60 dancers on stage as well as the gamelan instrument players and singers. At one point, they actually light a thatch-like roof on fire as part of the act and you could feel the heat from the flames. After that, we had a very short intermission with just enough time to pick up our ...

      Sunrise zen at Borobudur

      A travel blog entry by junglebelle on Aug 11, 2013

      23 photos

      ... The chanting was the perfect soundtrack. Standing on top of this temple, with mist hanging from the trees and the hills in the distance, surrounded by the ancient architecture of little 'stupas' that looked like giant bells, with a continually changing sky - it might not have been as spiritual as Tikal in Guatemala where we sat in silence and listened to the rainforest waking up on top of the tallest temple at the ...


      A travel blog entry by handytravels on Jun 23, 2013

      1 comment, 93 photos

      ... horses lunged for her. One minute she was dilly-dallying along, the next, pure horse. Her jumped back screams were mocked with Indonesians cheers of “whey” – something we thought only English people uttered when a plate gets broken.

      After checking out of “Yoshi’s”, another long scary minibus journey awaited before we reached our next room for the evening – Arabica. We walked up to the reception area where ...

      Borobudur Temple

      A travel blog entry by engielle on Apr 09, 2013

      181 photos

      ... and other ravages of nature. The temple was not rediscovered until the 19th century. A first restoration campaign, supervised by Theodor van Erp, was undertaken shortly after the turn of the century. A second one was led more recently (1973-82).

      The main temple is a stupa built in three tiers around a hill which was a natural centre: a pyramidal base with five concentric square terraces, the trunk of a cone with three circular platforms and, ...

      Borobudur, Mendut and Prambanan Temple

      A travel blog entry by rachmatusadiah on Dec 29, 2012

      67 photos

      ... a hilltop overlooking lush green fields and distant hills. It covers an enormous area, measuring 123 x 123 meters. The monument is a marvel of design, decorated with 2,672 relief panels and 504 Buddha statues. The architecture and stonework of this temple has no comparison. And it was built without using any kind of cement or mortar. The structure is like a set of massive interlocking Lego blocks held together without any glue. The temple ...