Grow Spiritually in Borobudur


Located on the Indonesian island of Java, Borobudur is a masterpiece built to represent the journey to Nirvana. The structure was built in the ninth century and is made up of an incredible two million stone blocks, which form the shape of a mandala.

Indonesia’s most popular tourist attraction, Borobudur ranks among Southeast Asia’s great archeological sites, along with Bagan in Myanmar and Angkor in Cambodia. The design is typical of Javanese Buddhist architecture but also incorporates Indonesian ancestor worship.

Borobudur holds the record for being the largest Buddhist temple in the world. Climb the steps clockwise on a symbolic pilgrimage to reach Nirvana, feel the energy of this special place, and enjoy the epic jungle views from the top.

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