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Offering a selection of Indonesian breakfast and 24-hour front desk, Rumah Desa Homestay is located in Yogyakarta. Free WiFi access and complimentary parking are available. I received excellent service with finding the best massager ever Very knowledgable information and transportation available of all possible sights around and further away Lovely mangos Spacious rooms
Located in Prambanan, an 8-minute walk from Prambanan Temple, Star Homestay Prambanan has accommodations with free bikes, free WiFi, a shared kitchen, and a shared lounge. Star homestay is a home away from home. I will surely visit again. I will give 5 stars to star homestay.
Herman Homestay Prambanan offers air-conditioned accommodations in Sleman. There is a terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. Great place to stay in Prambanan Yogyakarta. Just a few minutes to Prambanan Temple. Very clean and provided all facilities including Kitchen stuff, Praying veil, Hot and Cool water, Fridge and more! Owner is kind and very helpful to us. Will definitely to stay here again.
I know there are many people who just comes from city to visit Prambanan, but I really recommend to stay near the temple for one night and go there at 6am start. The air is cool, not many people, the local area are peaceful and calm, the morning sun shines on temple are beautiful, ... and the sunset not from the Boko hill, but from the Ijo temple!
Beautiful temples very worthwhile. However, site around the temples was like a theme park and a bit too noisy. Also the museum was a beautiful building but nothing in English except for an uninformative video.
prambanan were so beautiful and i much enjoyed the temples tour, also you can walk to some temples that located near it they are also beautiful, some people said it will be more good at the sunset but unfortunately it was cloudy when i was there
If you have been to Ankor Wat, don't bother with Prambanan. For the expensive ticket, there is not much to see, especially with Sewu temple closed off (Oct 2016). Definitely do not pay $17 for Boko Ratu. Either sneak in via the back or skip it altogether. Nothing but a nice plateau with some remaining foundational structures. To get more out of the stay in the area, definitely take a bicycles and bike around. There is some nice country side with the volcano in the background and smaller temples to see.
Prambanam is a fabulously impressive monument. One of the greats. However the guide books don't explain that it's set in a huge pleasure park with plenty of stuff for kids to do, and expansive shady walkways amidst huge tropical trees. So if we were doing it again we'd take a picnic and plan to make a whole day of it.
Prambanan was built 1150 years ago by Hindu kings and architects to honour Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu, the trinity of Gods. Finest work of architecture that has survived centuries of vandalism by Islamic invaders and European (Dutch) colonists. Indonesian people are proud of their ancient heritage and achievements, irrespective of the religious lineage. They have rightly taken steps to preserve this temple. It would take two full days to have a good look at the temple, its premises, surroundings, etc. Actually there are other temples nearby which we did not visit. The star attraction is the Ramayana Ballet show held every Tue, Thu and Sat. It is a 2 hr dance show delivered with Javanese songs and music. A fantastic show of ancient legends and culture. Indonesia is rightly proud of such fine arts.