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We will leave from Semarang early in the morning to catch the sunrise from the biggest Buddhist temple in the world. We will also have breakfast at the temple as the sun begins to rise. We will move to Prambanan right away because it will take another couple of hours to reach the temple. After visiting the temple we will return to have dinner in Semarang.

One day trip to see Borobudur and Prambanan. Starting from Semarang and return back to Semarang. We can also drop you to your hotel in Yogyakarta.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Sunrise
  • Borobudur Temple
  • Prambanan Temple
  • Authentic Traditional Javanese Dishes

 

PACKAGE

Minimum for 2 person

2 person – USD 170

3-5 person – USD 130

6-8 person – USD 120

9-12 person – USD 110

  • Air conditioned, comfortable minibus. Gas, driver and other expenses are also included
  • Breakfast & Lunch
  • Entrance Tickets
  • Story Teller
  • Travel Insurance
  • Souvenir from us
  • Tips for the driver and the storyteller
  • Hotel (But we can also help you to book)
  • Personal Expenses
  • Personal Medicine
  • The damage cost caused by the customer at the restaurants, hotels, minibus, and on sites.
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  • Pricing Name 2 Person
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    Available Seats: 2

    Adult ( 2 - 2 Pax ) Rp170 /Person

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    3 - 5 Pax
     
    Available Seats: 5

    Adult ( 3 - 5 Pax ) Rp130 /Person

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    6 - 8 Pax
     
    Available Seats: 8

    Adult ( 6 - 8 Pax ) Rp120 /Person

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    9 - 12 Pax
     
    Available Seats: 12

    Adult ( 9 - 12 Pax ) Rp110 /Person

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We strongly recommend you to depart maximum at 4am in the morning, so prepare your simple meals the night before although actually the Borobudur Sunrise package is include breakfast.

There is no specific dress code to visit these temples. However, as this is a religious place, modest dress code is expected. The temple management provided sarong rent for free to visitor as symbol of respect to enter the temple.

Yes, as most of the Javanese traditional dishes has plenty of vegetables menus, so its easy for the vegetarian to follow suit.