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13 Jul 2018
“An impressive ancient two story building”
13 Jun 2018
Dusun Bendan, Desa Tirtamartani, Kalasan 55571, Indonesia
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Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

It is an ancient Budhist monastery of the 8-9 century in Central Java. It is used to be a two story building, but the wood flooring has been long gone. The carving on the walls are also beautiful. The place is easy to get. It...More

Thank Amitantri
Reviewed 13 June 2018

The location was in the middle of village, it fenced by gate without ticket provided, just collect the fund from donation by people visit the place. The statues were some broken by the age. Every sides told us stories of how the life of society...More

Thank CenturyAlpha
Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

Sari is a Buddhist temple that was built in the 8th century. It is definately worth visiting. Many beautiful architectural details on the building.

Thank Ramadama
Reviewed 23 August 2017

you should visit here because compare the Borobudur Temple,here is not the tourist place at all! you can enjoy the quiet and enjoy the great atmosphere, you can take a great picture.

1  Thank ARTEMIS S
Reviewed 6 May 2017

The temple is good to check especially if you're an ancient temple buff. Few details remain visible but it's understandable considering it's age. It's surrounded by houses of local people, it's a very peaceful place to sit for a few minutes and get away from...More

Thank Maria C
Reviewed 28 November 2016

Sari Temple is a Buddhist temple and is located about 3 km from Kalasan Temple. It is estimated to be built at the same time as Kalasan Temple around 8th century AD. Candi Sari means beautiful temple. It is now being restored and should look...More

1  Thank nellielim
Reviewed 6 April 2016

Built during the same era of Kalasan temple, another majestic temple in Jogja. Although it is small compare to other temples but still very beautiful and full of historical information. Cant remember how much for the entrance fee but it should be around IDR3000 for...More

2  Thank Ragu88
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Just a few kilometers outside of Jogja, maybe 100 meters left from the road (but not visible), is this ancient Buddhist building - maybe a temple, maybe a monastery. Scholars disagree, but I find the monastery argument unconvincing - this is not how they looked....More

3  Thank Aethelred
Reviewed 16 August 2015

Based on history and ancient script, Sari temple was main building of monastery compound. The temple has connection to Kalasan temple. There are 3 rooms and have some holder for floor woods. It is mean the room has some place to keep book in upstairs....More

1  Thank Sigitpramono
Reviewed 10 August 2015

Lovely small temple built for Buddhist worship, worth it to visit and see the sculptures and workmanship

1  Thank Rebecca M
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