The Glory Morning for Sunrise at Borobudur Temple

there are many places to see for the sunrise, but in this time, its pretty special, I have chosed borobudur sunrise. Yepp, Well known as the 9th-century Buddhist sanctuary of Borobudur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Borobudur Temple was built by Sailendra dynasty between 750 and 842 AD. In terms of world wide religious structures, it was very early, it would be 300 years before Cambodia’s Angkor Wat was constructed, 400 years before work began on the great European cathedrals. Uppssss…By the way, It’s really hard to explain what is Borobudur here.  you can search by google engine…hehehee.

well, at that time I woke up really early at 3.00 am to prepare all things before I go hunt for sunrise. I depart from Jogja at 3.30 in the morning by motorbike. it was really cold but really eager to capture new sunrise. then, I arrived at Manohara hotel at 4.30am. For me the price is expensive but its worthed to see what I want to see. and I get what I want to see.  you only will get coffee or tea and fried banana and also you got a flash light from the manohara hotel. Borobudur  has a beautifull view for the sunrise. check this out below

waiting for the Sunrise from Borobudur Stupa looking towards Mt Merapi & Mt Merbabu. it’s really good to wait for the sunrise in the second level. But in this time I couldn’t see for the Merapi volcano, because of my camera’s baterry is low batt, so I’ve just got 3 pictures only.  I know it’s silly reason but it’s happened. so, before you go there you have to make sure your battery is fully charge already. 

Then the mysterious mist enveloped the temple. It was foggy when I want to take a picture from the foot of Borobudur. At least there was still light. and getting bright by the sun. Anyway,enjoy your travel guys with your own way.




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The world is too big to only know one place, we can learn so much more if we ask, observe and participate. There is no meaning to life, to know this well will liberate us, and allow us to do whatever makes us happy
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