Prambanan Boko Sunset Ramayana

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Prambanan Boko Sunset Ramayana

Best time to start this tour is in the afternoon. Enjoy a leisurely drive through countryside to reach Sambisari- an underground temple was ever buried by volcanic ashes from Merapi volcano eruptions for a century before it was found by a farmer ploughing his field in 1976. Then Lorojonggrang temple or main Prambanan temples complex of which the biggest dedicated to the god of destroyer, Ciwa in Hindu mythology flanked by temples to Vhisnu and Brahma temple with reliefs depict Ramayana and Kresnayana story. Continued to Plaosan and Sewu temple, the first one was said to have been built by a Hindu king for his Budhist queen. Onward drive up to the hill side where the king Boko’s palace ruins situated. It is a mixed Hindu and Budhist style massive structure. Afternoon visit to Boko will reward off a spectacular sunset.
Next, experience dinner at a restaurant besides Prambanan temples and continued to watch Ramayana performance. It is a popular performance of which story taken from Hindhu epic depicting a man's struggle againts the evils. Rama, Shinta and Hanoman symbolize goodness, honesty and wisdom. Wjile Rahwana a s an iconof evil resides every human's life aspect. The two hours spectacle held on an open stage (May - October) with shadow of 47 m Ciwa temple as the background. supported by more than 100 professional artisans and dancers, accompanied by the impressive Gmelan music, this attraction serves audiences one of othersides that is so typical to the Javanese culture.

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