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Descubra la magnificencia de la hermosa provincia de Yogyakarta con este recorrido cultural, histórico y natural. Recorrerá todos los lugares de mayor interés turístico, una presentación perfecta para que pueda orientarse en la ciudad.

Cuando vayan a recogerlo a su hotel para iniciar esta reveladora visita, conocerá al guía que lo acompañará durante todo el día. Su guía, bien versado en la historia de la ciudad, lo llevará en volandas de un lugar a otro y le contará, además de la historia de la ciudad, cotilleos y hechos divertidos.

Visite el impresionante castillo de agua de Tamansari, una voluminosa construcción de piedra repleta de piscinas decorativas de agua cristalina. También podrá ver otro espléndido edificio, el "Kraton", el suntuoso palacio real del sultán.

Después de estas lujosas edificaciones, la visita se hace más humilde y lo conduce hasta el pintoresco mercado de aves de Yogyakarta, donde se mezclan armoniosamente en el aire los trinos de innumerables pájaros. Más tarde dará un reconfortante paseo hasta la fábrica de Batik, donde podrá observar el proceso de elaboración de batik, que es una psicodélica técnica de teñido. La visita llegará a su punto final con un paseo por Kota Gede, el peculiar centro de la artesanía en plata.

Sin duda alguna, con esta visita adquirirá un conocimiento real de Yogyakarta y gracias a ello disfrutará mucho más de su estancia.

Déjese fascinar por la belleza de Borobudur, uno de los grandes monumentos budistas del mundo. Este monumento declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco presume nada menos que de 432 estatuas del dios Buda en una pirámide de cinco niveles. Complete este fascinante recorrido viendo los dos templos más pequeños de Pawon y Mendut.

Tranquilamente sentado en lo alto de una colina rodeada de volcanes en activo en el centro de la exuberante isla tropical de Java, se sentirá maravillado simplemente por el tamaño y el detalle de su construcción. El diseño de este templo, finalizado alrededor del año 825 de nuestra era, muestra influencias del estilo gupta de la India y es un ejemplo de los estilos budista e hindú.

A medida que asciende por el templo, de plataforma en plataforma, el guía local le contará la singular historia de Borobudur, que pasó siglos abandonado bajo capas de cenizas volcánicas antes de su restauración. Su peculiar diseño representa tres "mundos": el nivel inferior describe el mundo de los deseos, el segundo nivel es una esfera de transición o "mundo de formas", y por último el tercer nivel representa el ascenso al ámbito de los dioses. Cuando alcance la cumbre, se quedará atónito ante el magnífico panorama del valle que lo circunda.

Siga camino hasta el templo de Pawon, situado en medio de una típica aldea javanesa, y el templo de Mendut, con sus impresionantes estatuas monolíticas de tres metros de Buda Sakiamuni. Los tres templos están situados en línea recta, con Borobudur en el centro, y son de una arquitectura similar, lo que sin duda no es accidental. Déjese inspirar por la joya de la corona de Indonesia y sumérjase en el rico patrimonio cultural de este destino turístico imprescindible.

En este impresionante tour de Menoreh, Borobudur y Candirejo abundan antiguas maravillas del mundo y tesoros arqueológicos. Podrás descubrir la belleza de Menoreh, Borobudur y Candirejo en la deslumbrante isla de Java.

Comienza el día con una fácil caminata por las verdes plantaciones de Pandanus hacia las brumosas colinas de Menoreh. Cuando observes el tímido destello de la aurora te llevaremos a un lugar con las vistas más privilegiadas para que disfrutes de la luz dorada mientras se extiende por Borobudur, el monumento budista más grande del mundo. Rodeados de volcanes activos y de un exuberante paisaje tropical, los espectadores nunca dejan de asombrarse por la magnitud y el gran detalle de su construcción. Este espectacular monumento considerado Patrimonio de la Humanidad data del siglo IX y cuenta con cientos de estatuas de Buda.

Continuaremos hasta el pueblo de Candirejo, donde tendrás tiempo de dar una vuelta por los coloridos mercados.

A medida que progresa el día visitaremos la joya de la rica corona cultural de Indonesia, el templo de Borobudur. El diseño recibió influencias del estilo gupta de la India y muestra estilos tanto budistas como hindús. Mientras vas escalando las terrazas tu experto guía compartirá contigo la historia única de Borobudur y te contará cómo estuvo abandonado bajo capas y capas de ceniza volcánica durante siglos antes de ser restaurado de forma meticulosa. El inusual diseño de tres niveles representa tres mundos: el mundo de los deseos, la transición y la esfera de los dioses. Cuando llegues a lo más alto quedarás estupefacto con las increíbles vistas del valle y te llevaras unos recuerdos duraderos que podrás guardar para siempre.

En el tour del santuario hindú de Prambanan te sentirás como Indiana Jones mientras descubres uno de los templos hindús más hermosos. Puedes escoger entre realizar un tour por la mañana o por la tarde para visitar este espectacular santuario hindú de Java que ha sido declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad.

El templo hindú de Prambanan es el mayor templo dedicado a Shiva de Indonesia y uno de los mayores de todo el sudeste asiático. Esta obra maestra de la arquitectura data del siglo IX y se encuentra rodeada de un exuberante paisaje tropical. Es una fascinante mezcla de elegancia y belleza que muestra el rico patrimonio cultural de Indonesia. También se le conoce como Rorojongrang (o "el templo de la virgen delgada"). En este tour aprenderás todo sobre esta historia legendaria. Debido a su ubicación cerca del famoso templo hindú de Borobudur podrás observar cómo las dos religiones continúan viviendo juntas de forma pacífica.

Tu guía te llevará por un gran complejo formado por templos singulares. Entre ellos podrás ver los templos del Brahma (Dios Creador), Vishnu (Dios Preservador) y Shiva (Dios Destructor) mientras descubres los encantadores secretos del pasado de Prambanan.

Podrías regresar a última hora de la tarde a presenciar los más de 200 cautivadores bailarines y músicos practicando ballet al aire libre con el telón de fondo de los templos de Prambanan. Estos artistas ataviados con vivos colores te traen las tradiciones y cultura auténticas de Java, y verles es una oportunidad que no te puedes perder.

Tour starting by visiting Borobudur for then proceed to Candirejo which is Just about 7 minutes’ drive from the temple, Village, for experiencing and exploring the rural village life. This village offers us traditional Javanese hospitality, unspoiled village and serenity. By Dokar horse carriage exploring the richness of Candirejo village to gain insight of old houses with its Javanese typical architecture daily local community either in customs, traditions, art and handy craft as well playing gamelan music.

The spectacular lofty volcanic plateau of Dieng is home to some of the oldest Hindu architecture in Java which stand around a crater floor amidst sulphurous fumes and rugged natural surroundings.

More than 400 temples, most dating from the 8th and 9th centuries. These squat, simple temples, while of great archaeological importance can be slightly underwhelming for non-experts. Rather, Dieng's beautiful landscape ins the main reason to make the long journey to this isolated region.

The temples and the main natural sights can be seen in one day on foot.

After breakfast at hotel, our guide will be pick up you at lobby hotel, 1h30 drive to Solo or Surakarta for Mangkunegaran Palace, a classical repository of classical Javanese art and culture, the Mangkunegara Palace is in better condition than the kraton and is the home of the second house of Solo.

Next we will visit Triwindu Market is a traditional flea market that sell antique items, visitor can find coins, radio, keris, lamps, leather puppet, kid toys, wodden or bronze statue, and also reproduction of antiques. And then we will visit Keraton Kasunanan, Kasunanan surakarta sultanate was a kingdom in Central Java that was built in 1755. Back to Yogyakarta we will stop over at The Spectacular temples of Prambanan, are the best remaining examples of Java's extended period of Hindu culture.

After breakfast at hotel, our guide will be pick up you at lobby hotel, 1h30 drive to Solo or Surakarta for Mangkunegaran Palace, a classical repository of classical Javanese art and culture, the Mangkunegara Palace is in better condition than the kraton and is the home of the second house of Solo, Proceed to Sukuh temple which is decorated with wayang stone carving of Hindu origin. This temple is the only erotic temple in Java. Return to Yogyakarta with stop and visit The Spectacular temples of Prambanan, are the best remaining examples of Java's extended period of Hindu culture.

Wake up early this morning to reach Borobudur for the sunrise leaving your hotel and then explore this massive Buddhist Temple- the largest in the world- and discover the incredible history behind its construction.

Comprised of thousands of volcanic and river stone blocks, the temple was assembled entirely by human labor and took more than 75 years to complete. These days, the UNESCO Heritage site is still visible in its full glory- with magnificent carvings and an unusual, yet surprisingly beautiful bulk structure.

Coffee/tea and a light snack will be provided in a local restaurant. Continue to nearby Buddhist temple, Pawon and Mendut, afterward transfer back to your hotel in Jogjakarta.

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Temple- the largest in the world- and discover the incredible history behind its construction. Comprised of thousands of volcanic and river stone blocks, the temple was assembled entirely by human labor and took more than 75 years to complete.

These days, the UNESCO Heritage site is still visible in its full glory- with magnificent carvings and an unusual, yet surprisingly beautiful bulk structure. Continue with a visit to nearby Mendut temple. Older than Borobudur, this pyramid-shaped temple houses three impressively carved stone statues. You’ll also visit Pawon temple, a simple yet beautiful monument known for its precise symmetry.

Following the temple touring, stop for lunch at a restaurant set amid the rice fields. Next, you’ll get a taste for local life with a horse cart ride through Candirejo village. Known as a dokar, the local horse cart will take you through this peaceful, charming village.

You’ll travel along small lanes lined with traditional houses and stop to see village activities such as making cassava crackers, playing the gamelan and harvesting and drying of vanilla and chili. Back to Jogja.

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As you start the day in the morning, you will be on your way very close to the proximity of the city, yet still well preserved in the original traditional way. The starting point will be in the villages nearby the temple of Prambanan, and that is when you will explore the real life of Javanese people in the area. You will be shown the various types of traditional dishes, such as the making of tofu, temple, local chips called melinjo, and their respective unique way of processing from since the sorting up to the finishing. Later on, you will have the chance to play traditional musical instruments, such as gamelan and Angklung directly from the local expert. You will be surprised to know how beautiful yet dramatic the music that can be created with these.

Stroll around the village and the guide will gladly show you the rice field area of the village, where you will discover the traditional way of making of bricks from clay, in a very simple yet unique way. Later on you can proceed to the actual site of the Prambanan Temple and start exploring this 9th century temple and learn more about the history of its creation, discovery, and reconstruction as you enjoy the sunset cast over the beautiful cultural city of Yogyakarta for a pleasant memory before you transfer back to the hotel.

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Really get to grips with the deep religious roots of Jogjakarta which is also known as Jogya and Yogyakarta on this all-encompassing day out which endeavours to let you see religion from ample angles. Trek around the temples and get to know the ins and outs of these harmonious heritage sites that live so dearly in the hearts of the millions.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Venture round the regal Sultan Palace and the terrific Taman Sari Castle
* Explore the biggest Buddhist Temple in the world: Borobudur
* Peruse the prestigious Hindu temples of Prambanan

In the morning, explore the old city of Jogjakarta by visiting the Sultan palace and Taman Sari castle. You will learn all about how the royal family impacted the Javanese people. This is deemed as the cultural core in the vicinity. Many an amazing artefact can be found in the museum which is situated right inside the palace. Whilst walking around the grounds of the Taman Sari castle you shall learn about how this castle was the jack of all trades as it was the hub for a whole host of activities including meditation, defence, relaxation and even hiding.

We cruise down to Borobudur which is set 42 kilometres west of Jogjakarta. Saunter and sashay your way around this beautiful Buddhist temple. This temple is made up of thousands upon thousands of volcanic and river stone blocks and took over 75 years to build from start to finish. Built solely by human hands, it really is a marvel! It stands in all its glory with its delicate and exquisite carvings whilst simultaneously being so big you will have your breath taken away by it all. Slip inside and be wowed by more than 500 Buddha statues!

You shall get the chance to sit back and relax as you devour a late lunch at a traditional local restaurant set in the heart of some recherché rice fields. You get to taste some local cuisine whilst breathing in that rich ambience that is ever so abundant in this serene and pretty place.

Once you’re full up, it’s time to head to the ancient Hindu temples at Prambanan which are located a little out of town; you’ll make your way 17 kilometres away from Jogjakarta. Named as a Heritage Site by UNESCO way back in 1991, these 9th century pointed and jagged looking temples are comprised of three main inner shrines which pay homage to the Hindu trinity: Brahma, Vishnu and last but by no means least: Shiva. You’ll be filled in on everything important there is to know from the humble beginnings all the way up to the present day.

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Get ready for an early morning departure. Before you know it, you will reach the famous Borobudur temple. Enjoy the area and take a lot of good pictures in the ancient structure as you wish.

After the sunrise, you will be treated for a coffee break with banana fritter while you still be able to enjoy the view of the temple from the distance. Next, a bicycle is ready for you to let you enjoy the traditional Javanese village atmosphere and discover the real Javanese life alongside a pleasant view of the rice field and plantation.

By lunchtime, we will take you to Stupa restaurant for your Indonesian set menu lunch. Selogriyo temple is your next stop, a desolate temple on the hill that can be reached through a gentle walk with lovely mountains and rice paddies view, and climbing about 200 hundred steps. It is located about 30km away from Borobudur, an hour journey through paved and winding country lanes. In the late afternoon back to Jogjakarta.

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In the morning meet with your local guide and then directly transfer to Beringharjo Traditional Market, to discover the daily routine of the local people. This market is the biggest and noisiest market that dates back to the 18th century. It is an excellent place to buy batiks, sarongs, keris, antiques and other souvenirs.

Then continue to the Sultan’s Palace, also known as ‘Kraton’. This building, built between 1756 –1790, is a fine example of traditional Javanese sultanate architecture. As you walk through the various rooms and chambers, you will learn more about this aspect of Javanese heritage and culture. At the Keraton exit point, a pedicab or known as Becak wait for you for your short transfer to Taman Sari or Water palace. This palace was built by the first Sultan of Jogjakarta especially dedicated for his harem as a bathing pool.

Next, exploring the art and handicrafts of Jogjakarta. Visit Indonesia's most popular craft, a traditional Batik factory. Here you will have a chance to create your own batik, start from scratch, making a design, applying wax and then continue mixing your own dye. Afterward, return to your hotel in Yogyakarta.

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Back the entry point, a traditional horse cart, locally known as Dokar has waiting for you short transfer through traditional Javanese village to Prambanan. Explore the ancient Hindu temples at Prambanan, located 17 kilometers from Jogjakarta. Built in the 9th century, this collection of sharp, jagged temple features three main inner shrines dedicated to the Hindu trinity: Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. UNESCO named Prambanan a Heritage Site in 1991. Your guide will explain the history and symbolism of the temples as you walk around.

Afterward, drive through a winding and hilly road to reach Ratu Boko, standing proudly on 200m above sea level overlooking the magnificent Prambanan temples, and mystical Mount Merapi as its far background. Ratu Boko Palace is the remnants of the glorious golden age of the ancient Javanese kingdoms. From this mystic temple you will witness a beautiful scenery when the sun is setting in the west. Back to hotel.

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