Prambanan Temple, YogyakartaCurrently Closed
- Address: Jl Raya Jogya - Solo Km 16 Prambanan, Sleman, Yogyakarta 55571, Indonesia
- Timings: 06:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +62-274496401
- Ticket Price: 18 USD
- Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Outdoors, Historical Site, Unesco Site
About Prambanan Temple, Yogyakarta
A 9th century Hindu temple complex in Central Java , the Prambanan temple is a UNESCO world heritage site and is largest Hindu temple sites in Indonesia and is one of the biggest in Southeast Asia. Dedicated to the Trimurti – Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh; it is located at a distance of 17 kilometres from the city of Yogyakarta.
The structure is characterised by its tall and pointed architecture with the central building towering 47 metres in height, the Prambanan temple attracts visitors from all over the world.
- 3 Trimurti temples
- 3 Vahana temples
- 2 Apit temples
- 4 Kelir temples
- 4 Patok temples
- 224 Pervara temples
The temple complex is pretty huge and requires an entire day or sometime even more to be explored. The Prambanan district has accommodations, restaurants and visitors can either plan a day trip to the complex or extend their stay in the complex area.
Prambanan Temple Information
- Guided tours are available.
- Restaurants like: Prambanan Garden Resto, Restoran Prambanan, Taman Prambanan Restoran are available.
- Accommodation is available.
- Carry lots of drinking water, wear a sunscreen and a hat to beat the heat.
- Online ticket booking is available. The temple complex is vast to explore, be there as early as possible.
Prambanan Temple Ticket Prices
- Ticket for children: USD 9
- BoroBudur and Prambanan package: adults: USD 30, Kids: USD 15
- Prambanan- Ratu Boko package: Adults: 25 USD, kids: 12.5 USD
- The ticket prices for the ballet are separate
Prambanan Temple Opening and Closing Hours
- Timings are subjected to change.
How To reach Prambanan Temple by Public Transport
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Things to Know Before Visiting Prambanan Temple
95% of people who visit Yogyakarta include Prambanan Temple in their plan
05 AM - 06 AM
93.04% of people start their Prambanan Temple visit around 05 AM - 06 AM
People usually take around 6 Hrs to see Prambanan Temple
92.46% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Prambanan Temple
Prambanan Temple, Yogyakarta Reviews
The biggest and the most beautiful Hindu temple in Indonesia located in Sleman, Special Region of Yogyakarta, with many good spots to take some pictures. The temple fully with beautiful stone carving. It's easy to access here especially by taxi or any. Reasonable ticket to enter and we'll get amazing panorama. The facilities are good enough such as: parking area, souvenir shops, and so on. Your trip to Yogyakarta is not complete yet before visiting this place.
The most beautiful Hindu temple in Indonesia. It is located near the central city of Yogyakarta (between Yogyakarta city and Solo city). The temple is stunning. But it is recommended if you visit this temple at the afternoon surround 4 pm due to the sun and the heat, but if you insist on visiting in the morning or afternoon, the umbrella is a must to bring.
Candi Hindu yang sangat cantik.Saya,suami dan keempat anak saya saat lebaran tahun lalu,tepatnya hari ke empat lebaran menyempatkan main kesana. Wuih,sampai sana sudah sekitar jam 11 siang.Cuaca terasa sudah cukup terik.Tapi jangan khawatir,banyak penyedia jasa sewa payung, dan kita bisa menyewa dan membayar 10 ribu rupiah per payungnya.Buat teman-teman yang berencana main kesana,kusarankan datang di pagi hari ya.Karena saat pagi kondisi belum terlalu ramai,jadi kita bisa leluasa naik keatas candi.Jangak lupa bawa air minum secukupnya ya.Happy Travelling.
Very well restored temple area. I'd recommend you spend a day here to see everything. There's a lot of walking so remember to wear comfy shoes and bring water as it can get really hot.
I've been here two times but my first visit was better because it wasn't too crowded. You'll definitely enjoy it more when there isn't so many people. Choose a weekday in a non-peak season.