What is the most famous places in Java as a tourism destination? It's definitely Borobudur Temple. The Borobudur Temple, Indonesia's spectacular site, allows you to the travel back in time to enjoy an unrivaled combination of history, culture, spiritually and natural beauty.
A huge 34,5 meter high and 123 meter square widely of rock was built by king of Ancient Mataram, King Samaratungga of Syailendra Dynasty. Borobudur located in Central Java, one hours away from Jogjakarta city. Approximately 40 kilometers northwest of Jogjakarta, Passing away to Borobudur, hundreds hectares of rice field being a beautiful landscape of Java Island.
Borobudur built as for Buddhists's ritual, there are 1460 reliefs carved from bottom to top about the way being a buddha. It's a mountain statue with 10 level of high that represent as 10 ways of Boddhisatwa wisdom or Hhumtcambharabudara. Rocks constructed temple, jointed each other from botom to the top. It's a massive rock building. First time founded in the soil, covered by a hill. The Hindia Colonial Government started to exvacated in A thousand years ago, sorrunded Bororbudur was a ancient big lake. It was being a settlement for human. Southern the temple usually founds some ancient equipment household in the deep of the earth.
The level of Borobudur divided into 3 main part. The bottom is Kamadhatu, a symbolization of passions that dominated the human live. Four level above is Rupadatu, a symbolization of human live that able to free from passion but still depends by from and shape. And tree levels above is Arupadatu, A symbolization of human who has released from passion, from and shape. According to Prasasti Kayumwungan informs that Borobudur finished build at 9th century. In 1991, Unesco establish Borobudur Teple as world heritage building. In Vesak Day, Borobudur becoming a sacred place for Buddhists. Thousands Buddhists come to the temple to commemorate Sidharta Gautama's birth.
Borobudur is located in an elevated area between two twin volcanoes, Sundoro-Sumbing and Merbabu-Merapi, and two rivers, the Progo and the Elo. According to local myth, the area known as Kedu Plain is a Javanese 'sacred' place and has been dubbed 'the garden of Java' due to its high agricultural fertility