On this 6 TEMPLE TOUR + PRAMBANAN & RICEFIELD TOUR 2 DAYS / 1 NIGHT you will experienced Indonesian hospitality by visiting : Borobudur, Pawon, Mendut, Kalasan, Sari, Sambisari, Prambanan & Sewu, Ricefield and Farmer,s Activities, Prambanan Temple
Duration : 2 days / 1 night
Required participant : minimum 2 (two) persons
for different number of participant(s) please see our different offer at Jogja Central Java Tour Package section
a. Transfer and tours as per the itinerary.
b. Meals as indicated in the itinerary
c. 1 nigth stay in accommodation (twin/double/triple share) at specified Hotels/guesthouse/home stay
d. Entrance and Donation fees
e Mineral water
f. Friendly English speaking tour guide (other language are on request)
Price not inclusive of
a. Airfare, Travel insurance
b. Any personal expenses, such as: laundry services, phone call, tipping, soft and alcohol drink
Travel Itinerary :
Day 1. 6 TEMPLE TOUR [8 HOURS]
Visit : Borobudur, Pawon, Mendut, Kalasan, Sari and Sambisari
At 0800 you’ll be picked up by our tour guide to start today’s exploration to visit the top 8 (eight) temples in Yogyakarta and surrounding.
Our first stop will be started with visiting the magnificent Borobudur buddhist temple dated back from 800AD, without forgeting to visit Pawon and Mendut Temple to complete your story about Borobudur and Syailendra dynasty.
Afterwards our journey continue to visit Kalasan temple which also known as Candi Kalibening, then head to Sari Temple which is situated only 130 meter from Kalasan temple.
After lunch at local restaurant we still continue our tour to visit Sambisari Temple which was accidentally discovered in July 1966 by a farmer when working on the land.
Upon completion of the tour we drive back to Yogyakarta city center to check-in and overnight.
Day 2. PRAMBANAN & RICEFIELD TOUR [4 HOURS]
Visit : Ricefield and Farmer,s Activities, Prambanan Temple
After breakfast at hotel again we drive to Prambanan for exploring Prambanan Temple.
Prambanan Temple Compounds is the largest Hindu temple complex in Indonesia and one of the largest Hindu temples in south-east Asia. It is characterised by its tall and pointed architecture, typical of Hindu temple architecture, and by the 47m high central building inside a large complex of individual temples. The temple complex dates from the 9th century, and is dedicated to Shiva.
Next to the main complex (called Loro Joggrang), the Buddhist Candi Sewu and the temples of Lumbumg, Burah and Asu also are part of the World Heritage Site.
Afterwards we will also explore the rice fields surrounding the temple. This easy walk explores the route follow old pathways amongst shady bamboo groves and village gardens before entering a wide, open landscape of rice terraces and palms.
Along the way, discover tropical plants as your guide explains how the local people make practical use of them. From June to August there will be an opportunity to experience the traditional way of harvesting rice. End of services