Bubrah Temple is a name given to reflect the conditions of this temple. Bubrah means broken, as it has been a state of ruins for many years. Bubrah temple were originally part of four vanguard temples placed around 300 meters from the central rectangle of Sewu Temple.
February 25, 2017
Tuksongo VillageFebruary 24, 2017
The Tuksongo Village is well known as Digital Heritage Village and located about 2 km from Borobudur Temple. Here, digital technology and uniqueness of rural atmosphere combined as one […]
Kebonsari VillageFebruary 24, 2017
Kebonsari Village is well known for the local food made from palm sugar like gethuk. It is located about 5 km from Borobudur. The villagers are mostly farmer […]
Ramayana BalletApril 27, 2017
Based on an epic Hindu poem, the story of model king Rama was adapted to become an important local dance, encompassing the Javanese style, culture and music. Whilst […]