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Reviewed yesterday

Took taxi to Temple from the hotel. Took about 45 minutes. As usual, had to pay for parking - no drop off area. Charges more for foreign tourist than local. We self toured and took photos. Long walk. Take water.

Thank rasmith
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Amazing place to visit big tip take the Golf buggies it a big walk in hot weather but it’s well worth the $2 cost lol 😂 so cheap

Thank DarrenAndrew
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This buddhist complex is beautiful despite many stupas having been destroyed during the 2006 earthquake. It is impressive to see all the stones laying down around the main temple. However, it is quieter than the other temples around and one can take pictures without hordes...More

Thank Petrus61
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

After view Parambanan temple we walked to this other one. Less crowded and smaller than the first, I must say I found it so fascinating with all those ruins around, almost more than the main temple.

Thank Andrea S
Reviewed 5 September 2018

It's only 10 minutes walk from Prambanan main temples and it's worth the walk. We were almost alone in here, and the temple is spectacular.

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Reviewed 3 September 2018 via mobile

Pretty big compound to walk around. It was pretty sad to see much debris laying around due to the earthquake that caused extensive damages.

Thank shun821
Reviewed 2 September 2018

Experience the look up or ruins city during Syailendra Kingdom periods in java.Best and great civilizations in java,the capital of ancient city in Indonesia archipelagos.Build in same period of Angkor Watt in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Thank OmarA7367
Reviewed 24 August 2018

Fantastic experience, don't loose if you have the opportunity. THese temples are not so famous but are awsome. See them all, but take a bottle of water and wear comfortable sneakers.

Thank Marcos V
Reviewed 24 August 2018

If you like temples this one is nice though priced very high for foreigners. On a sunny day I would bring water and cover because it gets hot.

Thank Paugh S
Reviewed 20 August 2018

Fascinating to see such a complex of so many temples. The main temple is surrounded by many small temples

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Response from Václav V | Reviewed this property |
Big shopping malls offer major brands, but it is not too much cheaper than Europe. Durian season starts in November.
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Response from LolaGo1 | Reviewed this property |
Hello! Being interested in visiting temples, museums and other attractions, I spent 3 days in Yogyakarta. I did not visit the Bromo Tengger National Park but learned that it could be visited either from Yogyakarta or... More
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