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A Travel Blog by venoth
This trip is to visit the ancient temples in Central Java province. Although I am not able to cover all the temples, I am glad to be able to cover all the prominent temples in this province.
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Explore all about Semarang City, Central Java, Indonesia, from Culinary, Leisure Spot, Shopping Mall and of course Architectural Building :D
A Travel Blog by edow
location: yogyakarta(YK), near klaten(central java). Loro Jonggrang Temple usually called Prambanan Temple, because it placed in prambanan area- 17KMs to east from YK. it was build in 9th century build by hindist sanjaya dinasty in 1 night only. am i ...
A Travel Blog by joel_b_king
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A Travel Blog entry by travelezeuk from Java, Indonesia
... else it would be incredibly famous and well known as an emblem of the country. But Prambanan, like so many other delightful places in Central Java, is overshadowed by the wonders of Borobudur and Yogyakarta. Central Java is, it has to be said, a bit of a ...
A Travel Blog entry by venoth from Semarang, Java, Indonesia
... Port City, was originally concentrated towards this area which is closer to the sea. This small township was once the capitol of Central Java province. This little area is also known as Outstadt by the Dutch. This township was built by the Dutch in ...
A Travel Blog entry by devcgw1 from Yogyakarta, Special District of Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Most people come to Central Java to see Prambanan, Merapi Volcano, and Borobudur. The first sight of Prambanan is striking. In fact, I would say that Borobudor was somewhat disappointing because there is no good view of it except from very far away. ...
A Travel Blog entry by keithb6 from Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia
... 15,000 rupiah a pop. Mind you we did have to suffer a troupe of Elvis impersonators ( how unlikely is that in Central Java ? ) and a rambling conversation with a bloke who makes trumpets and had once visited Somerset in the UK as a guest ...
A Travel Blog entry by mindmaker from Salatiga, Central Java, Indonesia
... about the excessive self-satisfaction it has, and perhaps also takes pride in. It is so similar to other typical small towns in Central Java I am familiar with. Not until the following morning that I was able to observe more. I woke up with a fresh ...
A Travel Blog entry by bowz from Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia
... If you're even remotely geographically astute, you've noticed that I've travelled several hundred kilometers west from Lombok to central Java. To accomplish this apparently mundane task, I've had to utilize several different forms of transport, each of ...
A Travel Blog entry by disgolf from Yoyagkarta, Indonesia
... too much, if there is any current activity it will be canceled) for sunrise from the top. i start at 10pm and will get back at about 10 am. then rest for a day and go hike Bromo - another volcano in East Java, then on to Bali, but more on that ...
A Travel Blog entry by fredtrip from Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia
... sit 2 historic temples: Buddhist Borodubur and Hindu Prambanan. Borodubur: Buddhist temple from the 9th century - during Java's Buddhist days. Prambanan: Hindu temple complex from the 9th century that has been damaged by an earthquake ...
A Travel Blog entry by jon_and_liz from Prambanan, ID.07, Indonesia
To finish our Javanese adventure, we made our last stop at the temples at Prambanan. Here the best examples of Java's Hindu period architecture can be seen with incredible detail. The temples were built between the 8th and 10th century ...
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