Hotel Prambanon Indah

Address: Jl. Candi Sewu No.8 Prambanan , Java, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Jl. Candi Sewu No.8 Prambanan , Java, is near Tangkuban Perahu, Sumur Gumuling, and Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument.
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Travel Blogs from Java

The rest of Jogja and Solo

A travel blog entry by maddyaw on Nov 07, 2014

On the 5th we woke at 4.45am ready for our transport to Borobudur Temple. It had rained in the early hours of the night and was quite a chilly morning! Borobudur Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in the world. It is now very well kept and very impressive with over 2500 reliefs depicting different stories running along the walls. It was completed in 825, but in the 1300s when Java converted to Islam the temple was abandoned. The temple was ...

Miss England

A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale on May 02, 2014

1 comment, 47 photos

... jungle to a good viewpoint of Mt Merapi, the recent eruption wouldn't permit going too near it as it was still pretty active and the park rangers wouldn't allow it. However we went as close as we could and walked up a steep hill in the jungle together (amazingly enough I was much fitter than him!) Until we reached the lookout tower on the top. The view was lovely over the jungle below but unfortunately there was no volcano to be seen, it was too cloudy! Ah ...

Volcano hiking and ancient temples of Java

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Apr 30, 2014

59 photos

... just started so we saw a few of the men on our way back out of the crater. They moved so slowly under the weight of their loads, probably made harder by having to dodge all the tourists on the narrow path. The BBC featured some of them in a programme about the toughest jobs on earth and having seen the literally hellish conditions they work in you can understand why, although with seemingly very few working on the day we went perhaps tourism has meant that ...

Violent Volcano

A travel blog entry by bronwyn.donovan on Feb 15, 2014

... a shocking two hours later we were told that the temple was now closed, as the ash was too dangerous so we turned around and began the terribly long drive back.

Sitting in the car looking out the window to the ‘snow’ ridden street was like a dream. There was no comprehension from any of my group member as to what was actually going on. It is to **********cept to understand. We all took videos and photos staring in wonder at ...

Palaces and Temples

A travel blog entry by ablo on Nov 06, 2013

... a westerner and we spent a long time posing for pictures! Got ridiculous in the end! Spent the morning at Borobudur and then took scooter back to Yogyakarta, stopping at Candi Mendut, a small temple down the road, en route. Busy drive back with a brief stop on the main shopping street of Malioboro in town. Then spent the late afternoon resting in and appreciating our lovely hotel after a tiring couple of days. Back to 'scumming it' on the ...