A Private Shore Excursion Visiting Borobudur Temple of Java
This private shore excursion tour will provide you with the opportunity to get close and personal with the beauty of Central Java's landscape and hospitality. The visit to the biggest Buddhist Temple, built in 9th century, will amaze you as this biggest temple will tell you a story of the glory of ancient kingdom.
But the other most important thing is the fine relief on the volcanic stone along the walls of the temple. It tells us about the teaching of Buddhism but also show us the common event in our community.
Never miss your opportunity to see this important landmark of the world. Let's explore it together. . .
09:00 Meet at the International Arrivals Hall of Port of Semarang, transfer to Borobudur Temple
12:00 Visit the Temple
13:30 Transfer to local restaurant for lunch
13:45 Lunch at local restaurant (set menu)
14:30 Heading back to Semarang
17:30 Estimated time of arrival at Port of Semarang
End of Tour
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Port of Semarang.
I will be waiting for you at south side of the Arrivals Hall.
End location: Port of Semarang
Duration: 8 hours 30 min.
The vehicle used for this tour is 2018 All New Suzuki Ertiga GX (MPV) that can accommodate up to 4 people.
The car is guaranteed in a clean and good condition with comfortable seat, spacious leg room, soft suspension, powerful engine and air-conditioner, and equipped with Wi-Fi/internet connection.
For a group of more than 4 people, I will use a bigger vehicle with a little additional cost.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100000 IDR - Additional drinks or meals during lunch
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All four of us really enjoyed the tour to Borobudur with Gagat. He took extra time to help us buy local fruit and coffee. He introduced us to salak, a fruit we had never before tasted. That always enriches our experience. I have one suggestion: it would have been helpful if Gagat had provided us some written information, maybe a pamphlet, so that we could have read about Borobudur on the long drive there. It would also have come in handy as reference material later. It's so hard to retain info in the heat