- Prambanan Temple - Sultan Palace Kraton - Borobudur Temple - Pavon Temple - Mendut Temple
- Entrance tickets
- Meals (lunch)
- Professional guide
- Private air-conditioning car
- Mineral water
- Parking and toll fee
This tour, guided by our professional guide, starts from visiting one of the world's largest Hindu temples - Prambanan, built in IX century. This temple complex, that is consists of 224 shrines, is also one of the biggest in Southeast Asia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main three temples of Prambanan are dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma.
The next site to visit is a Sultan Palace Kraton that is in the center of Yogyakarta city. At this place tourists can experience how the Javanese culture lives nowadays and be preserved. Sultan Palace Kraton was built in 1790 and until now represents the walled city with it`s own shops, market, schools, mosques and also batik and silver industries. There are 25,000 people live here and around 1000 people are employed by the Sultan. Kraton is "must see" site in Yogyakarta to understand how the real, authentic life of Central Jawa is going now.
Your next destination is the world's largest Buddhist Temple and a UNESCO World Heritage Site - Borobudur Temple, that was built in IX century. Borobudur Temple Compounds is an example of Indonesia’s art and architecture and consists of three monuments - the Borobudur Temple and two smaller temples located to the east on a straight axis to Borobudur - Mendut and Pavon Temples. All of them together represent phases in the attainment of Nirvana.
We highly recommend to choose this tour if you have only one day for exploring Yogyakarta area and want to see the most famous sites of it - Borobudur and Prambanan temples.