Start your morning with a fantastic drive via Magelang and Wonosobo to explore Dieng Plateau with interesting sceneries of dramatic mountain views along the journey. The excursion will take you to Pendawa Lima Temples and Sikidang Crater with its breathtaking landscape within the huge marshy caldera of a volcano that erupted a long time ago. After a tasty lunch, the journey will be continued to the magnificent Borobudur nicknamed "The Buddhist Monastery on the Hill". Borobudur is one of the world's most famous temples. It stands majestically on a hill overlooking lush green fields and distant hills and rises in seven terraces, each smaller than the one below it. The top is the Great Stupa, standing forty meters above the ground. Built in the eighth century, and 'discovered' by Raffles in 1817, the monument has now been completely restored. Dieng Plateau is the site of some of the oldest Hindu temples in Java, some two thousand meters above sea level with a very cool climate. While the temples themselves cannot compare to those near or around Yogyakarta, their extraordinary setting amidst intense volcanic activity makes it easy to understand why the Javanese consider this area to be a focal point of supernatural power.
Visit one of the most fascinating and undiscovered regions in Eastern Europe, with an outstanding history and culture. Transylvania, or the “Land behind the forests”, has preserved some of the most beautiful medieval towns in Eastern Europe. Experience the thrill of walking in Dracula’s footsteps, with an itinerary that will take you through all the places that carry the memory of the bloodthirsty Count.
Enjoy this unique blend of ancient and modern architecture in the beautiful city of Muscat, which lies in the middle of a maze of brown pleated mountains, lulled by the Arabian Sea.The tour will start with a visit to the Grand Mosque, and continue with a drive through the ministries area where you can see a number of modern buildings with touches of Islamic architecture. You will then visit the fish market and the Muttrah Souq (market), followed by a visit to Bait Al Zubair Museum. Finally, you will stop at the magnificent Al Aalam Palace, the official residence of Sultan Qaboos, for a photo opportunity.
Visit the city of Malang and the antiquities of Singosari dynasty dating back to 14th A.D. The visit will take you to Singosari Temple and Jago Temple and inside the city where you'll be passing through the old colonial retirement area with its interesting places like Ijen Boulevard.
This fun excursion will be visiting Prambanan; the temple of the “Slender Virgin” which is also well known as complex of Loro Jonggrang, generally considered to be Java's most elegant and the spring temple, noted for the graceful proportions of its 47-meter central Siva Temple. This magnificent Hindu temple derives its name from the village where it is located, 17 kilometers east of Yogyakarta. It is the most magnificent and beautiful Hindu temple in Indonesia dating back to the middle of the ninth century. It has eight shrines; the three main ones are dedicated to Vishnu, Brahma, and Shiva, which rises to a height of 130 feet and houses the magnificent statue of Shiva's consort, Durga. The Ramayana ballet is performed here on an open-air stage during nights of the full moon period!