Kalasan Temple in Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta Special Region Province

Interesting culture, delicious foods, and stunning beaches are some allures that tourists can find in Yogyakarta Special Region. Moreover, visitors can find some historical and religious sites like temples there. Here is the reference. The name is Kalasan Temple and it is located in Tirtomartani Village. In terms of function, the temple was built for worshipping Tara Goddesses. Here is the fact. Kalasan is the oldest as compared to other temples in Yogyakarta. Both the architecture and history lure more tourists over time, therefore. Visitors usually come for photography, sightseeing, and learning the history.

The Nuance
When it comes to the architecture, Kalasan Temple has a rectangular shape and has the same length on all sides. According to the locals, each has a length of about 45 meters. As for the height, the temple is 34 meters. It also consists of several parts, including the feet, body, and roof. Overall, the temple looks majestic! In the midst of it, tourists may find stairs ornamented with Makara! Not to mention beautiful carvings beauty all parts of the body. What about the nuance? It feels comfy due to the presence of many trees that grow in that area!

Exploring Kalasan Temple
Some people come to Kalasan Temple for its history. They can either ask villagers or a local guide who often comes to the site, actually. It is said the temple was built as the marriage present between Dyah Pramudya and King Pancapana. It is true that Kalasan is a Buddhist temple, but it was built by Hindu people. This explains why tourists are interested to learn the history. Aside from that, the appearance is considered unique too.

In the past, people call it Tarahbawana! The name changed as the time went by, though. For tourists, the temple has become an interesting spot for photography and exploration. They would drop by before continuing their trip, therefore. The temple is located in a complex, surrounded by 52 Stupa! No wonder, tourists have lots of interesting objects to capture while enjoying photography. Even though the temple comes with a chamber, tourists are not allowed to enter it due to the sacredness.

During the exploration, tourists should also visit the east part of the mosque where a big banyan tree resides. Usually, people would enjoy relaxation and photography under this tree. For the information, tourists must not litter or cause harms in that area. Everyone must respect both sacredness and cleanliness of the site, after all.

Nearby Attractions

  • Wisata Kelinci
  • Prambanan Temple
  • Ratu Boko Temple

How to Get There
The prime destination is indeed Yogyakarta City and tourists can get there by either land or air transportation. For a faster trip, though, it is recommended to take an airplane. A flight from Soekarno – Hatta International Airport to Adisucipto International Airport would take around 1 hour and 10 minutes. Once tourists arrive at Yogyakarta, they must find a local transportation service and head to Kalasan Temple right away, which is located in Danurejan Village. Have no worries. The distance is only 4.8 km, so the trip takes approximately 10 minutes. As for the best route, it is Raya Solo – Yogyakarta Street.

Where to Stay

  • Edotel
  • Pak Ukuh Homestay
  • Canting Prodo Hotel

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