Borobudur temple has 72 magical bell-shaped stupas, the largest Stupa is located at the top of the temple while the other surrounds the stufa. When scientists draw a schematic of Borobudur temple, they find a strange pattern that leads to Borobudur function like the sun, the needle is a big shadow of the stupa and falls right in the stupa on the lower floor but it is not yet known exactly how the division of time is done. By using Borobudur temple there is said the clock at Borobudur Temple shows signs of when the time of cultivation or harvest.
The Sailendra dynasty built the largest Buddhist relic in the world between 780-840 AD The Sailendra dynasty was the ruling dynasty of the time. This relic was built as a place of worship of the Buddha and the place of pilgrimage. This place contains a guide for people to abstain from the lust of the world and the enlightenment and wisdom of the Buddha. This legacy was discovered by British troops in 1814 under Sir Thomas Stanford Raffles. The temple area was cleared in 1835. Borobudur is built in a Mandala style that reflects the universe in Buddhist belief. The structure of this building is box-shaped with four entrances and a circular center point. When viewed from the outside into the division into two parts of the natural world that is divided into three zones on the outside, and the nature of Nirvana in the middle. Location of Borobudur Temple Borobudur Temple is located in Muntilan District, Magelang, Central Java. This temple was built on a hill and surrounded by hills stretching from east to west. Mount Merapi and Merbabu lie to the east, and Mount Sumbing and Sindoro lie to the west. Borobudur Temple consists of ten levels that can be divided into several parts. The parts of this temple symbolize the level that human must go through to nirvana (heaven). Borobudur temple building is a giant stupa-shaped building. The building consists of five square terraces and four round terraces, with the main stupa at its peak. The specialty of this building is its wall full of carved carvings depicting the history of Buddhism and people's lives
Borobudur Temple Ticket Price:A. General (Age 6 Years per Person)
Domestic / Nusantara Tourist Borobudur Temple: Rp. 30.000, - Prambanan Temple: Rp. 30.000, - Ratu Boko: Rp. 25. 000, -
B. Children (Age below 6 Th.) & Student / Student Groups Borobudur Temple: Rp. 12. 500, - Prambanan Temple: Rp. 12. 500, - Ratu Boko: Rp. 10. 000, -
C. Ticket Price Borobudur Foreign Temple / Travelers Abroad Borobudur Temple: USD 20 Prambanan Temple: USD 18 Queen Boko: USD 13