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It's not so big as its sister temples of Borobudur and Prambanan, but certainly worth the visit. If it were only for the fact that it's less touristic than the other two.
The scenic walk through the rice paddies definitely is part of the fun...More
From the Borobudur vicinity, it's an hour's drive thru the countryside to the village of Selogriyo, from which you walk a paved trail along the top of terraces growing rice, beans, corn, etc. The temple itself is very small but charming and its site affords...More
A good hour away from Borobudur, we were thrilled with the drive through villages, until we arrived at our destination at the end of a steep track and dismounted. There are two routes up to the temple - we chose the one via the paddy...More
This is a must see. It is an hours drive from Borobodur and then a quick walk through paddy fields, on a paved road. Considered the oldest Hindu temple on the island, and some say, used as a focal point for future temple construction including...More
45 min's on the back of a motor-bike plus a short walk to the temple. Views along the way are magical. Temple itself is in a fantastic position but sadly has been damaged by thoughtless people scratching their names into a piece of our history....More
The highlight of the 40min hike up to this lesser known Hindu Temple is the gorgeous view of the rice paddies & meeting the local folks working in the fields. You don't see this large expanse of rice paddies in Bali anymore. The path up...More
Ruins of a small Hindu temple. One gets there via a delightful walk through beautiful terraced rice paddies. The temple isn't much, but the walk was spectacular. Our visit was arranged by our hotel, Villa Borobudur.
The temple at the end your 30-45 minute walk is small but pretty. The highlight is the journey to and from there. The little village, the people working in the rice paddies, the chillies and other plants growing on the borders, the boys racing their...More