nDalem Gamelan Hotel

Jl. Gamelan No. 18 (Jero Benteng), Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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Temple Land and Temple World

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... us all together.

We next explored Taman Sari, the royal water gardens of the sultanate, built by Hamengkubuwono I during the late 18th century. Most of the complex has been damaged by war and earthquake, but the center bathing pools have been restored. After leaving Taman Sari, we wandered through the streets within the kraton for an hour or so. There are several neighborhoods within the walls of the kraton, and it was fascinating to see all of the ...

The Angkor Wat You've Never Heard Of.....

A travel blog entry by welovemondays


... platforms and over 500 statues, this rivals Angkor Wat in terms of magnificence. It is the largest Buddhist site in the world, you could spend days trampling around and still not do it justice. We've been fortunate enough to see many amazing sites around the world and this is up there with the best of them. Oddly, the local tourists seemed more interested in taking photos of sweaty foreigners rather than the site itself!

Hot steamy days of temple climbing meant ...

Trips from Yogya

A travel blog entry by ironinkent


... route. The pot-bellied dwarfs pouring riches over the entrance also suggest that it was dedicated to Kuvera, the Buddhist god of fortune.

From here we moved a further kilometre east on to Candi Mendut, or Venu Vana Mandira, (Temple in the Bamboo Grove), which unlike most other central Javanese monuments which face east, opens to the north-west, and was discovered in 1836. The base and both sides of the staircase are decorated with ...

Enchanted Island

A travel blog entry by mdarvill


... mercurial element that draws people back to Bali again and again. Sister island Lombok has a clearer and entirely different character call for me. How wonderful then that her unique neighbour allowed me into a few of her secrets too. The attractive thought is that the culture and beauties of these two pieces of Indonesia can be shared at one time.

Maybe I Gusti is right and this is just the beginning....?


Borobodur & Yogyakarta

A travel blog entry by georgg


... in 2006 killed more than 6000 people here, and in 2010 nearby Merapi volcano erupted killing over 300 and covering the area around Yogya in a thick layer of ash.

We see the Sultan's palace (or Kraton), which isn't very impressive, a few rooms with old photographs and furniture. There still is a Sultan, who lives in the palace with his family, so only some outside rooms are accessible to tourists. There are also several dance and music performances going on ...

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This hotel, located on Jl. Gamelan No. 18 (Jero Benteng), Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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