Photograph of the week: Borobudur, Indonesia

Borobudur Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the largest Buddhist Temple in the world containing more Buddha sculptures than any other site in the world; 504 Buddhas to be exact. There is a lot of mystery and uncertainty about exactly when and why the temple was built. One thing is certain though; Borobudur is the most visited tourist site in all of Indonesia. This site isn’t on the popular Indonesian island of Bali. You’ll have to go to the province of Yogyakarta in central Java for this adventure. If you’re vacationing in Bali or Jakarta, a flight of less than 1.5 hours to Yogyakarta International (YIA airport code) will get you here from either location.

Upon arriving, it is possible to rent a car and drive yourself. If you’re not accustomed to driving on the left side of the road, Indonesia is probably not the best place

Keep reading this article on A Luxury Travel Blog.

Leave a Reply