CANDI BANYUNIBO, The Stillness TempleCategory : Heritage
Sited as a solitary complex in the middle of the farmland, Banyunibo Temple is one of Buddhist temples that is located in the southeast of King Boko's Palace or some 3 kilometers from Prambanan temple to the south.
Banyunibo Temple which means water falling-drip (in Javanese). Built around the 9th century during the time of the Ancient Mataram Kingdom. Built for worship Hariti, goddess of fertility in Buddha.
The temple is surrounded by various kinds of ornaments and relieves. This temple consists of one main temple facing west and is surrounded by 6 Perwara temples in form of stupa.
The situation of this temple is still quite small. Curved-roof functions as the top of the stupa and gives the temple a unique charm. The view of its exotic scenery makes this temple offer great and enjoyable sight.
Teks & Photo : Stevan MandagiCANDI BANYUNIBOLocation.
Cepit Village, Bokoharjo, Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.Opening Hours.
Monday - Sunday at 6.00 am - 5.30 pm.Entrance Ticket.
International / Domestic, IDR 2.000Note.