An hour’s drive from Yogyakarta, Borobudur sat relatively undisturbed for a millennium, until when Sir Stamford Raffles, the British lieutenant governor of Java, heard rumors of an ancient temple buried beneath volcanic ash and overgrown jungle.
Taman Sari (Indonesia).Taman Sari is one of the most beautiful Jogjakarta heritage. It was built by Sultan Hamengku bowono I in 1757. One of its function is for the bathing place of Sultan and his mistress. Taman sari itself means a beatiful garden and it's indeed a beatiful place to visit. One of the greatest point of Taman Sari is the architecture that mix the Javanese and Portuguese style