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It is easy to find this candi as it is on the main road. The candi itself looks like relatively well preserved. But the whole Singosari complex has been separated. This candi was built to keep the ash of Kertanegara, the last king of Singosari....More
It isn't close or cheap to get there, so if you're not a big religion or temple buff, I might suggest not making the trek. The big statue guys are about 200 meters down the street from the main part of the temple. Make sure...More
It's a small temple if compared to Borobudur Temple. The temple is clean. It is bordered with fence. There is some cheap food stall in front of the temple. You can find the temple in the right side of Surabaya-Malang road of Singosari. If you...More
Just wondering that all the priceless statues were only a tiny part of the Indonesian history. There MUST be millions more out there, and we fail to conserve them well.
This site can be better with more written information about each things there.
it is really ashamed that they didn't take a good care of a history heritage site. it is pretty nice actually and important so we could learn more about history.
it is a cultural heritage, so we have to take a good care of it.
Lovely temple tucked in amongst the hustle and bustle of Malang. You would never know it was there! Really beautifully kept within a walled enclosure with neatly manicured garden and sympathetically placed ruins of what was once a grand temple. Some relics are well preserved...More
This ruin isn't very large, but it has a few impressive statues with some nice detail, and the temple itself is fun to climb and explore. It's worth the trip out from Malang or Surabaya if you're at all interested in the temples or art...More
Get a good guide via a local tour operator. The history and cultural relevance are truly amazing. Visiting here helps one understand how the world was once connected via trade routs of more that just merchandise; the result was the spreading of ideas, religions, and...More