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  • Liong Hok Bio Temple, Magelang

    Liong Hok Bio Temple, Magelang

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    A. Overview Chinese civilization is a picture of a great people with remarkable culture. The people always cherish their tradition. Their places of worship symbolize holiness and greatness of the prayers and the Gods. Liong Hok Bio Temple in Magelang reflects all of those characteristics. Liong Hok Bio is a historical temple. It ...Read more

  • Selagriya Temple

    Selagriya Temple

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    A. Overview Selagriya Temple is one of the historical as well as natural tourism objects located in Magelang Regency, Central Java. The temple, the archeological remains of the big time of the Hindu kingdom, is estimated to be as old as the temples found in Kedu and Dieng Plateau, built around the eighth century by the dynasty of ...Read more

  • Prambanan Temple

    Prambanan Temple

    Publish 23-03-2010 11:36:48 by Admin

    A. Overview Prambanan is the biggest Hindu temple complex in Indonesia and South East Asia. Prambanan is also known as Rara Jonggrang Temple. It was built at around 850 BC by Sanjaya Dynasty. Prambanan occupies as wide as 39,8 acres of land. In 1991 it was contended by the UNESCO World Wonder Heritage. Soaring to 47 meters or 5 ...Read more

  • Ratu Boko Temple

    Ratu Boko Temple

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    A. Overview Tourists who visit Yogyakarta have been more familiar with Prambanan Temple as the worth visiting destination. Whereas, at three kilometers south of Prambanan Temple there is another remnant of the ancient Mataram Kingdom called Ratu Boko Temple complex. The temple was built in the time of Rakai Panangkaran, a descendant ...Read more

  • Sambisari Temple

    Sambisari Temple

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    A. Overview Sambisari is one of the remaining temples from Javanese Hindu period which is administratively situated in Sleman Regency, the Province of Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY). The Shivaistic temple was built in the 10th century by Syailendra Dynasty and found unintentionally in 1966 by Karyoniangun, a farmer from Sambisari ...Read more

  • Ijo Temple

    Ijo Temple

    Publish 15-02-2010 08:18:41 by Admin

    A. Overview Ijo Temple is a name of a temple complex at Bukit Ijo. The name derived from the location of the temple which people call ‘Gumuk Ijo’ (gumuk = hill). Bukit Ijo is the highest hills at Kecamatan Prambanan, Kabupaten Sleman, with its highest peak of 410 meters above the sea level. Ijo Temple itself is at 357,402 m – ...Read more

  • Barong Temple

    Barong Temple

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    A. Overview If you are interested on visiting a temple for your holiday, we suggest you enjoy some beautiful temples other than Prambanan or Borobudur. Visit Barong Temple, a unique temple situated at the southern part of Prambanan Temple, at the hills of Desa Bokoharjo, Kecamatan Prambanan, Kabupaten Sleman. Unlike other Hindu ...Read more

  • Borobudur Temple

    Borobudur Temple

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    A. Brief Information Borobudur Temple is one of the most prestigious historical properties that can be found in Indonesia. It is noted as one of the World Wonder Heritage by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The existence of Borobudur was discovered by General Governor Sir Thomas Raffles around 800 ...Read more

  • Besakih Temple

    Besakih Temple

    Publish 31-12-2008 10:33:19 by Admin

    A. Brief Information The island of Bali is famous for a number of temples, about11.000 temples; thus people call it as the “Island of Thousands Temples.” One of the biggest temples and the mother temple called Besakih is located on the foothill of Mount Agung, the highest mount in Bali. The mount is a sacred place for people settling around ...Read more

  • Singasari Temple

    Singasari Temple

    Publish 30-12-2008 09:39:32 by Admin

    A. Brief Information One of the witnesses and the remaining traces of Singasari Kingdom‘s existence is Singasari Temple that was built in 1304 A.D. as a tribute to King Kertanegara (1292 A.D.), the last ruler of Singasari Kingdom. The temple is situated at an altitude of 512 meters, in the highland of Malang Distrct, East Java ...Read more

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