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Borobudur/ Prambanan

After exploring Yogyakarta City mostly on foot, we had an equally packed itinerary the next day going out to see the ancient temples of Borobudur, Prambanan and drive up the active Mt Merapi.  Thankfully, we had booked a private car to bring us around for the day so it was relatively more relaxing.

 

Day 6: Day Trip to Prambanan, Mt Merapi, Borobudur, Ramayana Ballet

 

Rp 500,000 (excluding entrance fees) to bring the 4 of us from our hotel to Prambanan (Rp160,000/pax), Mount Merapi (Rp500,000/4WD ’round the volcano plains), Borobudur (Rp190,000/pax) and the Ramayana Ballet at Purawista (Rp250,000 /pax w/ buffet dinner).

 

Chilling on the steps at Prambanan

Chilling on the steps at Prambanan

 

It's us and the ancient hindu temples on the green grass against the blue skies

It’s us and the ancient hindu temples on the green grass against the blue skies

 

Our 4WD

Our 4WD up the rocky trails of Mt Merapi

 

"Everything is finished" - at the volcanic museum displaying melted TV sets, burned guitars and destroyed households

“Everything is finished” – at the volcanic museum displaying melted TV sets, burned guitars and destroyed households

 

Borobudur overlooking the surrounding mountains

Borobudur overlooking the surrounding mountains

 

Did you know that each of these 72 Borobudur stupas has a buddha statue inside?

Did you know that each of these 72 Borobudur stupas has a buddha statue inside?

 


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