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Borobudur-a Buddhist stupa in the Mahayana tradition

Day 10

We are going to the biggest Buddhist temple in the 9th century, we have found out that we can wear are beautiful sarongs again but we are going have to wear rubber shoes to protect the stone of the temple. Wearing these sarongs is respecting the actual Buddhists that pray there.

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After seeing this marvelous attraction we have stay in another hotel we are staying in the Manohara Resort
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GOOD NIGHT! SLEEP TIGHT!

Posted by Indonesia_ 12:08 Archived in Indonesia

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What was the dress code at the temple?

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