From Bali: Borobudur And Prambanan With Flight

Price is 285 USD / person
Prices can change according to the availability of the Airplane tickets

Explore Yogyakarta from Bali in just one day. Relax with door-to-door transportation and discover incredible Buddhist and Hindu temples including Borobudur and Prambanan which are crowned as UNESCO world heritage and learn about the history of the ancient city.

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The journey starts from your hotel, goes to the airport and takes a sit in a plane for a full day adventure in Yogyakarta, Central Java.

After landing, you will meet your professional guide and head to the largest and most beautiful Hindu temple in Indonesia which known as Prambanan Temple. Learn about the history and ninth-century temple folklore before going to Kraton Sultan Palace. Built in 1790, the Sultan Palace remained the center of a walled city with shops, markets, schools, mosques and the batik and silver coloring industry in the city.

Your next destination is the largest Buddhist temple in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site which known as Borobudur Temple. As an example of classical Indonesian art and architecture, this temple consists of three monuments, which all of the monuments is represent the phase in achieving nirvana. Enjoy the beautiful view of Mount Merapi through this temple. After there, you will visit the Mendut temple and the Pawon temple, which only takes 10 minutes to travel.

You can visit all the famous temples in Java in just one full day!

Upon returning to Bali, we will bring you back to your hotel.

This is the perfect tour if you only have one day to explore all the famous place and want to see the most famous UNESCO world heritage sites in Yogyakarta area.

 

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