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It is one of oldest candi in East Java built in the 7th century to give respect to Risi Agastya. There is not much left now, but the energy is rather strong here. Badut comes from Sanskrit word Bya-dhut, which is connected to the Canopus...More
That said, this temple is located pretty close to Malang's city centre, only 5 km away. I used Waze app to get there, but somehow the temple was quite difficult to find. I had to go back and forth on the same street only to...More
I enjoyed the way there from Malang. I used my iPhone/ 3g/ google map. Nice ride and nice to see little places where people live. It was a very colorful ride. I went there as a first step on my Hindu ruins exploration.The driving is...More
Candi Badut, situated - just like most Indonesian candi around Malang - in a built-up suburban area surrounded by houses, and in this case, a warehouse; is an odd-ball out of the temples surrounding Malang. It harks back to an earlier style more typical of...More
this was one of my playground when i was a child. as i remember at that time this temple sorrounded by small forest and big empty land around it. now everything is totally different, the temple stay at it is but not it sourounded by...More
Although tourists enjoy visiting the Indonesian temples that are still monuments of former religious-royal splendour, the Candi Badut is not worth planning within a schedule. Visitors to Java will probably see other and much better preserved examples of both Hindu and Buddhist temples elsewhere, either...More