Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range

Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
Private Full-Day Bandung Tour from Jakarta
"A full day scenic sightseeing tour to Bandung the capital city of West Java province. A pleasant drive through mountain paddy fields and tea plantations gives you beautiful panorama. Visits will be made at Ciater Hot Spring the Tangkuban Perahu Creater (the only crater in Java accessible all the way by car as far as its rim) the handicrafts center and the famous Cihampelas street a commercial area which offers a huge jeans collection."
From $153.00
 
Sukuh and Cetho Temple Tour from Yogyakarta
"Your day will begin at 6:30am when you get picked up in an air conditioned minivan from your Yogyakarta hotel and taken on your journey to Solo City.It will take 1.5 hours to reach Radya Pustaka Museum. This is a Museum which has ancient antique your driver will take you to Mangkunegaran Palace which is part of Java kingdom’s history. Mangkunegaran Palace has great art and antique collections. After the Mangkunegaran Palace visit you will explore Triwindu antique market. You will then stop at a local restaurant for lunch.  Please note lunch is not included in the tour price. You will then be driven to Sukuh Temples. Sukuh temple has strange and unique statues includi you will be driven back to Yogyakarta at 4.00 pm and will be back at your accommodation at 07.30 pm."""Visit Sukuh and Cetho Temples on this full day small group tour from Yogyakarta. Sukuh and Cetho temples are the most recent temples built in Central Java. They were built by the last Hindu King before the conversion to Islam. Brawijaya V was the last Hintitle=Highlights&1=Full-day+tour+to+Sukuh+Temple+and+Cetho+Temple+from+Yogyakarta&2=Browse+the+extensive+antique+collection+of+Radya+Pustaka+Museum&3=Marvel+at+the+ancient+majesty+of+Sukuh+Temple+and+Cetho+Temple&4=Enjoy+personalized+attention+from+your+g
From $98.00
 
Private Tour of Prambanan Temple from Yogyakarta
"The Prambanan Temple Complex was build in the 9th-century and is located in Central Java around 17 kilometres from Yogyakarta and was dedicated to the Trimurti the expression of God as the Creator (Brahma) the Preserver (Vishnu) and the Destroyer (Shiva) and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest Hindu temple site in Indonesia and one of the largest in Southeast Asia.In 1811 during Britain’s short-lived occupation of the Dutch East Indies Colin Mackenzie a surveyor in the service of Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles came upon the temples by chance. Although Sir Thomas subsequently commissioned a full survey of the ruins they remained neglected for decades. Dutch residents carried off sculptures as garden ornaments and native villagers used the foundation stones for construction material.Around 7:30am
From $65.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Trowulan

Tips

The grave of a princess from Champa

Who was Putri Campa, when did she live and who did she marry? Having consulted several sources after visiting her supposed grave we remain confused.She was a princess from the kingdom Champa in...
View More
Tips

Siti Hinggil royal cemetery

Siti Hinggil meaning 'High Ground' was and is a sacred place where it is said that the first king of Majapahit used to rest and meditate. As both in life and in death Javanese kings were elevated...
View More
Tips

Minak Jinggo temple

Minak Jinggo (or Menakjinggo) temple was the only one in the Trowulan area built of andesit, not brick like the others. But only the foundations and loose stones are to be seen here. The most...
View More
Tips

The Kedaton site

In Kedaton village several brick structures have been uncovered, thought to have been a temple and a dwelling compound. During the excavation many pieces of statues and of Chines ceramics have been...
View More
Tips

Makam Panjang

At the Makam Panjang (long grave) site we found a cemetery which has nothing to do with the Majapahit kingdom. In particular the long grave is of more recent construction.According to the museum...
View More
Tips

Gentong temple

Candi Gentong or Gentong temple is thought to have been a Buddhist temple complex consisting of one central building surrounded by a number of smaller ones. It would have been one of a row of three...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings
Tips

Mbah Kasan's Cemetery

miraculously to meet up with mr kasan ulama or addressed politely with mbah kasan. i met him twice, when i was 9 year old [with my 'strange' bahasa indonesia since my dad was a navy and we move from...
View More

Top 5 Trowulan Writers

ukirsari's Profile Photo

ukirsari

"/the lost city of majapahit/"
View Member
theo1006's Profile Photo

theo1006

"Trowulan, former capital of Majapahit kingdom"
View Member
meiyergani's Profile Photo

meiyergani

"TROWULAN, A MAJAPAHIT ARCHEOLOGICAL HERITAGE"
View Member