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The Tikus temple ruins are very nicely landscaped, and it's really neat to be able to climb down the stairs to near the actual pool itself. I had a relaxing and peaceful time here, and would recommend these ruins to others.
If you come here in the morning, it'll be fine. But if you come here in the noon or afternoon, the temperature is too hot and there's only one or two places to take shelter there. The rest is fine, only the temperature that disturbs...More
After the museum we stopped at Candi Tikus, a nice but small Majapahit royal bathhouse of terracotta dated to the 13th or 14th century.
The temple is located in a beautiful little garden / park. During our stay, our teenage daughter was heartily greeted by...More
Being a historical traveller, I am astonished with this complex structure during those days. The Candi Tikus appeared on Indonesian TV channel Trans 7 , "Dua Dunia" as one of the place with paranormal activities.
The most convenient and cheapest way to get to the site is by Uber. Costs about Rp190,000 from Surabaya city centre. I hung out about 1 hour at the museum, paid the entrance fee of Rp5,000 and then spent about an hour more at Candi...More
Once used as a place for performing ritual cleansing/bathing before entering a long destroyed temple complex, the sunken pools with center structure are still stunning. Discovered by the Dutch it's name is a reference to the Titus (rats) that had over run the site. Still...More
This was once a bathing pool and you could imagine how it was. with a well in the middle.It was a peaceful setting and very interesting. It has been well restored. There were lots of school children there but they did not stay long. Worth...More