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Java Village and Temple Tour from Borobudur
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Borobudur, Magelang, Indonesia
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Reviewed 13 July 2014

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

2  Thank AngiePx
Reviewed 24 June 2014

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

Thank RickFun35
Reviewed 19 June 2014

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.

Thank Peter S
Reviewed 26 April 2014

Amazing views of the rice paddies... Cute little temple at the end of the walk. We enjoyed walking back via the river.

Thank TravellingYan
Reviewed 3 April 2014

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

3  Thank Trunkix4
Reviewed 3 December 2013

It is a small Hindu temple, also not in great condition. However, the trail to the temple is breathtaking! It is surrounded by rice paddies, which makes it a well-worth visit. It is about a 45 minutes walk to the temple from a village in...More

Thank Annique91
Reviewed 7 November 2013

in middle of 2005, i was told by a friend that a hidden sites of Hindu temple inclusive Java paradise still kept well by rural community, that was great my first touched down at Selogriyo Green paddies, a sang birds all day, charm friendly smile...More

Thank travis_tour
Reviewed 1 August 2013

beautifulwalk through the padi fields to this charming hindu temple. Well worth doing. Go along the path across the stream going and come back on the main path if youre reasonably fit

1  Thank Carolio15
Reviewed 7 July 2013

The walk to the temple is half the experience. You walk up a steep path winding through fields of rice,vegetables and chillies.The views of the sloping terraces are just amazing. The temple itself is small but as you look up at the mist clad hills...More

Thank UluruAustralia
Reviewed 26 June 2013

We walked through the village and saw children playing, chickens roaming the streets and local folks going about their business. On the walk through the rice paddies, we saw rice being dried in baskets, workers hand-rolling cigarettes from locally grown tobacco, enormous spiders spinning webs,...More

Thank ChamoisMountKisco
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Response from ellieruslim | Reviewed this property |
this trek is very easy, basically there is only one trek to go up. so yes, you can actually do it on your own. To reach the entrace there you might need to check with local map or just ask people around. but once you are at... More
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