Sit back and relax as you enjoy a transfer from Yogyakarta International Airport to your hotel Hotel (your Accommodation in YOGYAKARTA, BOROBUDUR, SOLO, WONOSOBO, LOSARI, SEMARANG). You will be picked up by your driver/guide depending on your flight's arrival time. You will then enjoy City scenery while traveling to your hotel, worry free. The transfer length will be based on your drop-off location and is available year-round, 24 hours a day. • One-way, door-to-door service in an air-conditioned vehicle • Transfer service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week • Avoid the hassle of arranging a car after a long flight
• 1.5 hours
Join this tour to Mangkunegaran Palace with interesting Sukuh & Cetho temples. Explore this palace of Javanese legacy at your own pace or hire a local guide to learn about the history of this city. Next, pass by the slope of Mount Lawu, the surrounding area provides an impressive view of the expansive tea plantations and rice fields against the backdrop of hills and towering mountains. Sit back and relax as your driver escorts you back to you accommodation to end this tour.Highlights: • Visit Mangkunegaran Palace at the heart of Solo sister city of Yogyakarta • Explore the controversial Sukuh Temple • Discover the pyramid Cetho Temple
• 12 hours
Spend today to trek through the mountainous village and visit its beautiful temples. Travel around 1h30 minutes from Solo or 3h30mnts from Yogya to the lush tea plantations of Mt Lawu at around 910m. You’ll ascend scenic mountain roads to reach the isolated 15th century Cetho Temple, unlike the other Hindu temples, this temple seems mysterious and has a strong spiritual aura. Beside its calm, quite and beautiful scenery, a trip to Cetho temple is challenging and arouses adrenaline. Then 2 hours trek to Ndoro Donker – tea plantation near Cetho – with a stretch of green tea and charming, really a creation god masterpiece. This trek is inclusive tea taste. Then another 2 hours to Sukuh Cottage for having Lunch.15 mnts walk up /drive up for Sukuh temple, a temple decorated with wayang stone carving of Hindu origin. This temple is the only erotic temple in Java.
• 12 hours
Ceto and Sukuh temples are located on the slopes of mount Lawu and surrounded by tea plantation and pine forest. After visiting the temples exploring the area by trekking through some villages, pine forest, valley and have a chance to meet the local people before your reach the waterfall in the Tawangmangu resort.
• 10 hours
This Luxury Private Shore Excursion picks you up from Newcastle Cruise Terminal or Accommodation and takes you beyond the usual tourist destinations to visit the beautiful Australian Central Coastal holiday region. The tour is fully inclusive of all attraction entry fee's - all you have to do is relax and enjoy the luxury of private touring with your own professional, friendly local driver / guide! • Visit the Australian Reptile and Wildlife Park & hand feed Kangaroo's! • Take in the Spectacular scenery of Newcastle & NSW Central Coast • Stop at the historic Norah Head Lighthouse - you can climb to the top or simply enjoy the views from the base • Visit beautiful beaches and enjoy the Australian bushland • Discover many of the attractions of Newcastle region • We guarantee to have you back at you cruise ship on time after enjoying a wonderful day ashore!
• 8 hours
Pick up from your hotel to the railway station, Tugu. Enjoy the 75 minute-train trip offering a scereny of urban village, rural traffic of motorbikes, old bikes, cow carts, rice fields and mountains.Visit Mangkunegaran, an intimate complex blending European elegance with Javanese architecture and with a fascinating display of gold plated dance ornaments, jewelry and wooden masks. Ngarsopuro Flea Market located in front of the Mangkunegaran temple is the place to search for antiques including wayang puppets, old batik and ceramics, as well as clocks, vinyl records, coins and vintage cameras. Hunt for a bargain . Visit Radya Pustaka museum occupies a grand old Javanese building. Danar Hadi Batik Museum, established by the owner of Danar Hadi batik company, houses an exquisite collection of antique batik. Note: - Museum is closed on Mondays - As we are using public transportation, the guide has the right to change the program to meet the return train to Yogya
• 10 hours
Our guide will meet you at the hotel lobby or other meeting point in Yogyakarta and drive in private car to Solo Mangkunegaran Palace, built in 1757, the in the centre of Solo is still a royal residencevisit Ngarsopuro flea market, is the place to search for antiques including wayang puppets, old batik and ceramics, as well as clocks, vinyl records, coins and vintage cameras. Hunt for a bargain Radya Pustaka, museum occupies a grand old Javanese building. Dating back to 1890, it is the second-oldest museum in the whole of Indonesia and comprises a valuable collection of local and Dutch literature. Visit Danar Hadi Batik Museum, established by the owner of Danar Hadi batik company, houses an exquisite collection of antique batik. Note: Museum is closed on Mondays
• 10 hours
Our guide will meet you at the meeting point and drive in private car to explore the city. Mangkunegaran Palace, built in 1757, the in the centre of Solo is still a royal residence. Visit Ngarsopuro flea market, is the place to search for antiques including wayang puppets, old batik and ceramics, as well as clocks, vinyl records, coins and vintage cameras. Hunt for a bargain Radya Pustaka, museum occupies a grand old Javanese building. Dating back to 1890, it is the second-oldest museum in the whole of Indonesia and comprises a valuable collection of local and Dutch literature. Danar Hadi Batik Museum, established by the owner of Danar Hadi batik company, houses an exquisite collection of antique batik. Note: Museum is closed on Mondays
• 5 hours
Our guide will meet you at the meeting point and drive in private car. Mangkunegaran Palace, built in 1757 in the centre of Solo is still a royal residence. On display are gold-plated dresses for royal dances, a superb mask collection, jewellery and a few oddities, including huge Buddhist rings, a stuffed Javanese leopard and tiger, and gold genital covers. Leaving Solo city heading east to Lawu mountain Sukuh Temple is a rare relic from the period of time when the local Hindus embraced influences from Javanese traditions and distanced themselves from more classical Indian art. Erotic art adorns the walls of this 15th-century Javanese-Hindu temple at 900m location above Solo plain.Cetho Temple, built in 1350, it closely resembles a Balinese temple in appearance as it rises spectacularly through six tiers of narrow gateways and processional steps. The location is spread over terraces rising up the misty hillside, on the northern face of Gunung Lawu at around 1400m
• 8 hours
It's time to discovery the perfect historical culture! If you already knew the history of Yogyakarta through its historical places, why don’t you go to Solo City and find out more about the untold history? Solo has been known as the city that will give you a better understanding of the local’s life, culture, and history. You will have a chance to explore the royal palaces and sacred temples in Solo. Start from Mangkunegaran, Kasunanan, Ceto Temple, and Sukuh Temple, your adventure to reveal the untold history begins. Firstly, you will visiting Mangkunegaran Palace, after that let’s move to the highland area where the sacred temples nestled. The first temple is Sukuh Temple. This temple is quite popular with its distinctive reliefs and sculptures that depict sexual and early life before birth. The next is Ceto Temple. Unlike the previous temple, Ceto will make you feel like entering another realm.
• 12 hours