Travel to Borobudur Temple, One of the World’s Wonders from Indonesia

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Borobudur Temple

Borobudur Temple was constructed in the 9th century and is the world’s largest Buddhist temple. Now, Borobudur Temple can become a magnet that attracts millions of local and foreign tourists. Borobudur temple tour becomes an exciting and enjoyable holiday activity.

Borobudur Temple seems to be a tourist place that must be visited, especially by the people of Indonesia. It is located in Magelang and is close to the city of Jogja because the travel time from downtown Jogja to Borobudur is only about 1.5 hours.

Borobudur Temple Tour

Not only travel to Borobudur Temple, but you can also stay at the Borobudur Hotel, who located surrounds the temple area, so that your vacation becomes more satisfying. Check out more information about Borobudur Temple below:

1. Borobudur Temple Opening Hours

The temple’s opening hours, known worldwide, are every day from 08.00 am to 3.00 pm. However, visitors are not allowed to enter the temple courtyard on Mondays.

The price of admission for adults is 50,000 IDR and for children 25,000 IDR. If you want to save even more, there is another ticket which is valid for 2 days, the price for adults is 75,000 IDR and for children 35,000 IDR.

2. The Latest Rules at Borobudur Temple

The following are the new rules for 2022 at Borobudur Temple:

  • Visitors must have Peduli Lindungi App.
  • Children under 12 years old may enter the temple.
  • Visitors cannot go to the temple, only to the courtyard area.
  • The courtyard has to be vacated by visitors every 12.00 pm – 01.00 pm.
  • Especially on Mondays, visitors cannot enter the temple grounds, only up to the fence.
  • You are not allowed to bring food or drinks from outside.

3. Amazing Facts of Borobudur Temple

There are some fantastic facts about this Borobudur Temple, including:

  • Borobudur Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in the world, with an area of ​​123 m x 123 m.
  • Borobudur Temple has 2672 relief panels which, if arranged in a row, will reach 6 m in length. UNESCO also praised this temple as the world’s largest and most complete Buddhist relief ensemble.
  • Borobudur Temple is a giant puzzle composed of 2 million volcanic stone blocks carved, and the block locks each other.
  • Building this largest temple takes about 55000 cubic m of volcanic rock.
  • It took up to 75 years to build Borobudur Temple.

In addition, UNESCO also mentions that Borobudur Temple is a monument and the most magnificent, largest, and most stunning stupa complex in the world. On Vesak Day, visitors can visit the temple area at night with its stunning beauty.

If you want to travel and stay around the temple, you can also use attractive tour packages at affordable prices and complete facilities.