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Singosari Temple

112 Reviews

Singosari Temple

112 Reviews
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Malang Historical and Natural Wonders Tour
$86.24 per adult
Singhasari Historical Temple
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Desa Candirenggo, Malang Indonesia
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1 Day - Amazing Bromo Sunrise tour with 7 spots // 00.30 -13.00
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1 Day - Amazing Bromo Sunrise tour with 7 spots // 00.30 -13.00
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- Watch a scenic sunrise over Mount Bromo from the view point.<br>- Explore breathtaking landscapes surronding the mountain, including: Love hill, Widodaren (Dinosaur valley), Pura Luhur Poten temple, Mount Bromo's crater, the black-sand desert, savannah and also Rainbow waterfall (option with additional charge).<br>- Take a beautiful picture with stunning views of nature.<br>- Enjoy the convenience of transfer service to and from your hotel in Malang
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Not really far from Malang and the location is just next to the road. I decided not to enter the temple as it can be seen outside.
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the location are very easy to find and it's a small temple. They have 2 big statues but unfortunately the information and history related with Singosari temple + statues are limited.
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Probably not worth to get there just to visit the temple, but if you're on a tour from Malang going to Madakaripura and later to Bromo, there's a good chance you'll drop there on the road. It's a 13th-century Hindu-Buddhist temple - funeral place of one of the kings. Visit is
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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. While the gate is now separated,
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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 you go to see them, as well. One is each side of the
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