Borobudur Tourism & Travel Guide

3 Days
Borobudur Temple: Historical and Cultural Tour in Largest Temple

Indonesia is a country with many tourist destinations in it. The one that makes tourists are inte...

Arland
Borobudur – The world’s biggest Buddhist monument

It’s been a month since we came back from Indonesia, I was struggling hard to write about t...

Rohit Reddy
8 Days
Indonesia: Facing My Travel Fears

I didn’t want to leave the comfort of my beloved Europe. Yet I longed to tick Asia off some...

Kirsten Alana
44 Days
Are We There Yet? To Indonesia And Back

6 weeks (technically 5, we got 1 week off, to travel) that changed my life. I happened to come ac...

Sruchi Kewalramani
6 Days
One Week in Yogjakarta & Solo, Indonesia

Yogjakarta is so much more than Borobudur. This is my second trip to the city and I got to see so...

Dianne Goh
Solo Tripping @Yogyakarta

It started with a business trip to Indonesia. But that is not always how I look at every single t...

Kanika

Borobudur Temple
Taman Wisata Candi Borobudur, Borobudur, Magelang 56553
Candi Mendut (Temple)
Mendut Village, Mendut
Javanava Travelcafe
Jl. Pramudya Wardhani GG Janan II no. 1, Dusun Janan Rt02 Rw04 Borobudur, Magelang, Borobudur, Magelang 56553
Selogriyo Temple
Borobudur, Magelang
Sukmojoyo Hill
Ds. Krinjing - Gedangsambu, Giritengah, Borobudur, Magelang 56000


Surabaya
Surabaya means – The courage to face the any danger or any difficulties. This spirit makes the city what it is today. Wi...
Malang
(One usually does not find a lot of information on Mount Semeru on the internet and one reason I chose to write this blo...
Surakarta
We flew into Solo the night before, and started the first day's activities first thing in the morning. The candis (templ...
Karimunjawa
Lots of wild beaches, small islands. If you were ever interested to live on an uninhabited island, then this is the rig...

About Borobudur

Borobudur was a moment in which I was able to be still and not just learn but actually apply, in the moment, the lesson of peace and stillness; which brought about joy. It must be no coincidence that the t-shirt I put on to wear the morning we rose before the sun, was from the #FindYours campaign I did with Expedia. It says, “Find Your Joy.” And in the moment that this photo was taken, that — and more — is what I had found. et, at Borobudur, sitting in wait for the sunrise to blind me and thrill me, having nothing else to do but wait, amongst a place of physical beauty (a characteristic that always excites me) — peace, stillness and joy are exactly what filled all the rooms I had for rent.

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