Early in the morning, we'll take you to witness breathtaking sunrise scenery from the top of Borobudur Temple. Borobudur is a Buddhist temple which built by Sailendra Dynasty of Mataram Kingdom in the 9th century. Also enlisted as the world's largest Buddhist archaeological site in the Guinness Book of World Records, you definitely don’t want to miss it. There's no better time to appreciate the magnificent Borobudur temple together with the surrounding nature than in the morning, when you can savor its beauty in tranquility.
In the afternoon, you'll visit Sendangsono, the Lourdes of Indonesia, in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta. The shrine complex, which covers bearly an acre, is consisted of small chapels, the Cross Path, the cave of Maria, shelters, and small markets selling religious merchandise. Historically speaking, this area was once used by Buddhist monks to take a rest on their journey from Boro (Kulon Progo) to Borobudur or the other way around. Even a long time before that, this place had been assumed sacred and inhabited by spirits. However, it's undisputable that Sendangsono can't be separated from the Catholic Church history in Java. The natural surrounding and its serenity are there to cease your fatigue, but the design of the church will amaze you even more. The award winning design has the combination of Javanese, Chinese, and European architecture by using the ecological approach. It's such a beauty you definitely don't want to miss.
Overnight at the Adhistana Hotel (Superior Room – Mid Floor)