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Best of Yogyakarta: Private Customized Full-Day Tour

1. Best of Yogyakarta: Private Customized Full-Day Tour

There’s much to see in Yogyakarta and the surrounding area. Book this private customized day tour and experience all the city has to offer including its local markets, food, Javanese culture, and the most important sights around Yogyakarta. Your guide will pick you up from your accommodation in a modern, air-conditioned SUV vehicle (Xenia or Avanza). Benefit from an itinerary that can be altered and adjusted according to your interests and go to wherever you’d like on this 10-hour program. If you love having the freedom to choose and have fun at your own pace, then this is the best way to discover Yogyakarta and the surrounding area.

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Borobudur Temple: 1.5-Hour Guided Tour With Admission Ticket

2. Borobudur Temple: 1.5-Hour Guided Tour With Admission Ticket

Encounter 504 life-sized Buddha statues, each carved from a single stone. Discover seated Buddha statues beneath each bell-shaped spire. Admire its grandeur, beauty, and uniqueness. See 2,672 relief panels and learn about Buddha’s teachings. Climb steep steps and be rewarded with a panoramic view. Marvel at the majestic sight of central Java and Mount Merapi. Explore the largest Buddhist temple in the world with your local guide who will explain more about the site. Alternatively, visit this impressive monument at sunrise and admire the incredible carvings in the first morning light. Pick the Sunrise Tour option upon check-out. Also, choose an optional shared transfer service from Yogyakarta.

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Prambanan Temple: 1-Hour Guided Tour With Admission Ticket

3. Prambanan Temple: 1-Hour Guided Tour With Admission Ticket

Before you set out for Prambanan, a UNESCO World Heritage site, ensure peace of mind by having your tickets in hand. Built between the 8th and 10th centuries, this mighty temple complex celebrates both Hindu and Buddhist beliefs, and the scale is so impressive there’s a small train to help you get around. The Prambanan Temple complex was build in the 9th century and is located in Central Java, about 17 kilometers from Yogyakarta. It was dedicated to the Trimurti, the expression of God as the Creator (Brahma), the Preserver (Vishnu), and the Destroyer (Shiva). It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest Hindu temple site in Indonesia and one of the largest ones in Southeast Asia. Explore the largest Hindu's temple in the world with your local guide who will teach you more about the site.

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What people are saying about Yogyakarta

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 19 reviews

The guide and driver were very flexible and accommodating. The driver often stopped en route for me to take photos of the surroundings. They both explained quite a bit about local customs and lore en route. The guide was very knowledgeable about the places we visited (Keraton, Taman Siri, Prambanan and Ratu Boko) and adapted to my pace, and also found a restaurant near Prambanan (Kali Opak) with good food. It was the guide who suggested waiting for the sunset at Ratu Boko when we were finished at Ratu Boko almost an hour early, even though it was still a long drive back as my hotel was close to Borobudur.

Awesome experience, must see when going to Java ^_^

We had a great day thanks to Yuni our driver! He's a very smart, funny, interested & enthusiatic guy! I ordered this trip only one day before and everything was confirmed right away, great service & communication!

Trekking in real bush with inches of a volcano awesome

Yoga was a great guide, fairly easy trail but lots of thick bush wear long clothes (arms/legs). Got a good glimpse of the very active volcano. We enjoyed the peace and exercise as a whole.

It was great and easy, the code given can just be scanned and enter at the gate! Everything make easy and simple!

An experience, really fantastic.

It is a pity that the gate opens at 6 am, so that I had missed the sunrise. Got up early for nothing.