9th-century UNESCO World Heritage Site, the world's largest Buddhist temple, featuring intricate stone carvings and stupas, symbolizing Indonesia.
Hindu temple complex in Central Java, UNESCO World Heritage Site near Yogyakarta, showcasing towering spires and exquisite carved reliefs reflecting ancient Hindu culture in Java.
Iconic sea temple in Bali, perched on a rock formation in the Indian Ocean, a popular tourist destination and significant pilgrimage site.
Situated on Bali's southern cliffs, known for stunning ocean views and traditional Kecak dance performances during sunset, dedicated to the spirits of the sea.
Referred to as Bali's "Mother Temple," Besakih is the largest and holiest temple complex on the island, located on the slopes of Mount Agung, Bali's highest volcano.
In East Java, near Trowulan, one of the few remnants of the Majapahit Kingdom, dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, known for its unique architectural style.
15th-century Javanese-Hindu temple in Central Java, with a distinctive stepped pyramid structure, renowned for carvings with erotic themes, considered a sacred place.
This archaeological complex on the island of Bali consists of rock-cut shrines dedicated to King Anak Wungsu and his queens.