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  • Borobudur Sunrise Jomblang Cave Tours

    Posted on Sep 16, 2017

    Be a witness the stunning sunrise over Borobudur, the largest Buddhist monument in the world. Constructed in the 8th and 9th centuries and abandoned around the 14th century, Borobudur was largely forgotten until it was rediscovered in 1814. The UNESCO-protected Borobudur Temple Compound is situated in central Java, an approximate 45 minutes to one hour drive from Yogyakarta. Get an early start and beat the crowds with a pre-dawn departure 04.00am pick service from your hotel on private tour with or without guide then continued to Jomblang Cave Semanu Wonosari at 07.00am leaving from Manohara R...

  • Jomblang Cave Tour

    Posted on Sep 16, 2017

    This is the most unique cave was caused by a geological shift that created a massive sinkhole that stretches some 300 vertical feet below the surface. Travelers who wish to explore the rocky crags and impressive natural light shows this destination is famous for must navigate a well-worn path using a single rope line, which may prove challenging for some. Not for the faint of heart, visitors must wear coveralls, boots, a helmet and headlamp on their journey into Jomblang Cave. While vegetation above ground is mostly barren and dotted with hardwood trees, adventurers will find lush green lands...

  • Great Java Rail Tour 2018 is coming !

    Posted on Sep 13, 2017

    Dear Traveller, We have great pleasure in presenting the 2018 Great Java Rail Tour with Kevin Pearce Tours Since I first conducted the tour in 1985, hundreds of happy travellers have returned with glowing reports — in fact it’s flattering to note, several travellers have even repeated the tour not just once, but three times! The journey through Java encompasses train travel in a comfortable, reclining seat carriage together with a special lounge car, both for our exclusive use. These are attached to daylight trains and traverse Java’s spectacular tropical scenery. Spectacular landscapes rarely...

  • Star Clippers call Semarang Port for Borobudur Sunrise

    Posted on May 08, 2017

    Borobudur Sunrise for Star Clipper's passengers ! Wake up early and get the special experience earlier than others !

  • Open Borobudur tour Insignia Ship Semarang Port

    Posted on Mar 09, 2017

    Open booking Borobudur tour Insignia Ship Semarang Port on 19 March 2017 !

  • Semarang Port, Things to See & Do

    Posted on Feb 04, 2017

    From Semarang Port to Borobudur Temple, Tanjung Emas in Semarang. Semarang is a city on the north coast of the island of Java, Indonesia. It is the capital of the province of Central Java. Semarang is a bustling city and an important port. Semarang is very much a mixture of old and new Java, with a modern southerly 'new town' area and a more historical 'Outstadt' area on its northerly coastal plain, next to the Banjir canals and Yos Sudarso Bay.

  • The Great Java Rail Tour, Culture in comfort in Asia’s best kept secret

    Posted on Dec 13, 2016

    This nostalgic excursion is one of many highlights of the Great Java Rail Tour, conducted each year since the 1980s by train buff and Indonesian enthusiast Kevin Pearce. It covers more than 1800 kilometres by rail through some of the most spectacular scenery you will find anywhere in Asia.

  • Borobudur Sunrise from Punthuk Setumbu

    Posted on Dec 01, 2016

    To see the sunrise from Punthuk Setumbu Hill, a hill located about 5 km from Borobudur temple when you can see the sun coming behind Merapi, with Borobudur gracefully fell asleep surrounded by mountain ranges and mighty hills.

  • Borobudur Tour for Holland America Line‘s ms VOLENDAM 14-Day Indonesian Discovery Holiday

    Posted on Nov 21, 2016

    Borobudur Tours from cruise ship of Holland America Volendam on December 23 to Semarang Port

  • Welcome to Semarang Port and forward to Borobudur Temple

    Posted on Nov 17, 2016

    After days on cruise ship with all the certainly forget the name of the day of today....go land and we will tell you briefly that you are now in Semarang Port, Indonesia !

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