Day 1 Transfer – Magelang / Graharu or Rumah Dharma
Upon arrival at Yogyakarta airport or train station, we are ready to meet you. Then transfer to your accommodation in Magelang area.
Day 2 Borobudur Sunrise – Salatiga / Kayu Arum
Early morning at about 04.00, we pick you up from your accommodation, then we will drive to Borobudur area. Arriving there we will slowly climb up to the temple and waiting the sunrise going up from the east. Accompanied by song of birds, cocks, the cool and fresh air make the morning a nice moment during your holiday (weather condition).
After the day break, we will explore the temple and its magnificence
After breakfast in your hotel then we proceed to Ambarawa train museum. It has old collection of locomotives.
Afternoon, visiting Gedong Songo temple complex. These temple complex is suppoed to be built in around 8th – 9th century and reperesent also the old hindust temple in Java.
Day 3 Semarang Tour / Kayu Arum
This morning, you go to Semarang town with first visiting the oldest temple in Semarang town called Sam Po Kong.
This temple was built by Chinese emperor called Zheng He or also known as Sanbo.
Continue the trip to Semarang Landmar, Lawang Sewu. Built as the headquarters of the Dutch Indies Railway Company, this building played an important role in the Dutch era.
Go further to Kota Lama where you can find a octagonal protestan church called gereja blenduk which was built on a stone foundation and with single-layer brick walls, has its ground floor at street leve
Day 4 Salatiga – Yogyakarta / Puri Artha
Leaving from Salatiga town, then we proceed to Yogyakarta with first sop at Losari where you will make a walk in round coffee plantation and see the process of making coffee
Continue the trip to Prambanan Prambanan temple complex which is supposed to be the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia, and is the most beautiful Hindus temples in Southeast Asia.
It is characterized by its tall and pointed architecture, typical of Hindu temple architecture, and by the towering 47m high central building inside a large complex of individual temples