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Once upon a time, in the era of glorious Hindu - Buddhist, Muaro Jambi was famous for its civilization. It reflected in the rest of mega largest complex, with the path of tunnel as part of trading and acculturation...
The uniqueness of these shrines are...More
If java island has borobudur temples, jambi province has muaro jambi temples. A wide area of budhis ancient heritages. There are about 80 to 90 temples around the area. But only 9 temples have been restored.. So still most of the temples are unrestored.. In...More
Many temples inside, large enough to explore and each of them has own historical background from the Srivijaya Kingdom era. Trees are planted surrounding the area and make the weather not too hot at the sunny day. Really recommended to take photos here for who...More
Most reviewers already talked about the temples, the bikes, and the location itself. I like this site because it is unique. A bit different with other sites, and now as of 2018 they have Boat ride at super reasonably cheap price (0.5$). Imagine combining the...More
The site is the lesser known ancient Indonesian temple, located just outside city of Jambi. The temple believed was built during Sriwijayan Era by Sriwijaya empire which was a great and influential empire from its time.
You can rent bike to circle around the complex,...More
The site even bigger than Borobudur Temple in Java. It has around 80 ancient temples, however there are only 8 temples that have been restored. The local visitors didn't respect this place as one of the national heritage, they litter anywhere and make noise. It's...More
We enjoyed strolling around the complex. It is unusual in Indonesia to be able to walk without lots of traffic. You can rent bikes but the distances are not that great. Good atmosphere. We had delicious banana fritters at small cafe just before the Candi...More
Fascinating site. Tranquil and thought-provoking. It's like you can feel the collective stories of countless individuals now lost to history. The restored temples are regal, but what isn't there is even more striking than what is. I found myself oddly emotional standing on top of...More
Visited Muaro Jambi Temple as am interested in the various old Candis around Indonesia, with most in Java and this one in Riau Sumatra being a very unusual survivor location wise from past history. Not really a great spot, but gave it four dots on...More
Response from Wulan_Dewi | Reviewed this property |
Hi salam kenal. Saya jawab dalam Bahasa Indonesia ya. Lokasi candi ini di area perkampungan jadi aman. Jarak dari pusat kota Jambi ke sini sekitar 45 menit, melewati jalan yg bagus. Dengan pemandangan perumahan dan beberapa... More
Hi salam kenal. Saya jawab dalam Bahasa Indonesia ya. Lokasi candi ini di area perkampungan jadi aman. Jarak dari pusat kota Jambi ke sini sekitar 45 menit, melewati jalan yg bagus. Dengan pemandangan perumahan dan beberapa kebun kosong. Perjalanan saya bilang sangat anat, jauh dari bayangan Sumatera.
Anda bisa carter mobil dari Jambi. Untuk kendaraan umum saya kurang tau tapi seharusnya ada karena area candi adalah daerah perkampungan.
Response from TravelbookOTG | Reviewed this property |
Jambi is not a big city. You might have trouble finding a tour guide, but may be able to utilize the taxi. There is nothing interesting in this city. The condition of the temple looked unkempt. I think jambi still... More
Jambi is not a big city. You might have trouble finding a tour guide, but may be able to utilize the taxi. There is nothing interesting in this city. The condition of the temple looked unkempt. I think jambi still undeveloped.