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10 day journey - Prampanan - Borobudur - Mount Bromo - Bali

Java, Borobudur, Volcanoes and Bali Beach

Fly to Yogyakarta via Singapore where yon arrival you will be greeted by our guides who will show you some highlights of the area before transferring to your hotel. Visit the 9th century Hindu temple compound of Prambanan Temple. This impressive collection of temples is dedicated to the Trimurti, a concept of Hinduism where by Brahma is the Creator, Vishnu is the Preserver and Shiva is the Destroyer, which is often referred to as the ‘Great Trinity’ or ‘Hindu Triad’. Identifiable by its towering and pointed architectural design, Prambanan was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 1991 and is the largest, as well the finest, Hindu temple complex in the country. Also visit Ratu Boko archaeological site. This former royal palace is situated on a plateau 196 metres above sea level and is noted for its fine views of the temples at Prambanan (which are located just 3km away) and also Mount Merapi, the most active volcano in Indonesia.

Transfer to Magelang for check in and overnight at either Plataran Borobudur Resort or Amanjiwo.

Stay: 2 nights at Plataran Borobudur in a Garden Plunge Pool Villa or at Amanjiwo in a Garden Suite, both including breakfast

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£2,925 per person
Of course you can extend your time in Bali, perhaps with a few nights in Ubud or hop over to quieter Lombok. Otherwise transfer to the airport for your overnight flight back to the UK. Prices start from £2,925 including international flights with Singapore Airlines, domestic flights from Java to Bali with Garuda, all transfers and touring as shown and accommodation as indicated. Upgrade from Plataran to Amanjiwo from £595 per person.
Borobudur Temple in Indonesia, Java
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“Across Indonesia you will be immersed in lush green jungles, sweeping rice paddy fields, buzzing towns, colourful artwork and fascinating history, while on the coast you can indulge in the ultimate luxury of a private pool villa and evening strolls along the beach enjoying beautiful sunsets.” Fiona Sutherland, Indonesia travel specialist
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